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New Nike Store Coming to Miami Beach with the Approval of the Historic Preservation Board

New Nike Store Coming to Miami Beach with the Approval of the Historic Preservation Board

by Sep Niakan | May 19, 2015

Mid-April marks the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board’s approval of the new Nike store that will open up on Lincoln Road.

The current building at 1035 Lincoln Road, which used to be a Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn, will now be destroyed and replaced with a Nike store. The original building was built back in 1999, and some have been waiting for it to be removed.

Coincidentally, the new Nike store will be on the same block where the Apple Store is being finished soon.

Touzet Studio will be the design architect of the new store, which will include a basketball court and running track on the roof of the building. On the outside, the style will be clad in ductal concrete, with a trendy LED lighting system. On the inside, it will have about 30,000 square-feet over several floors, and also has potential for event space if needed.

 

Source: thenextmiami.com

Photo credit: Nike Store - thenextmiami.com

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