Brickell City Centre Releases a List of the Newest Tenants to the Upcoming Mall
by Sep Niakan | February 05, 2016
After several years of anticipation, the Brickell City Centre will be opening later on this year. In the meantime, they have released a list of the tenants that will be opening their doors there.
Five towers over the mall are delayed a bit, but will be opening soon, over the next few months.
The 500,000 square-foot, open-air shopping center is home to many luxury brands, international names, local shops, and flagships, featuring many new and old retailers and restaurants. The Brickell City Centre itself will cost $1.05 billion in development, and its developers, Swire Properties, has teamed up with Whitman Family Development and Simon Property Group to release parts of the megaproject.
The newest announced tenants are as follows:
o Armani Collezioni
o Koko & Palenki
o Orlebar Brown
o Rhythm of Grace
o 120% Lino
· Fashion and Personal Accessories
o Audemars Piguet
o Designer Eyes
o Italia Independent
o Kendra Scott
o Leetal Kalmanson
o Richard Mille
o American Harvest
o Big Easy Winebar & Grill
o Calissons du Roy René
o Dr Smood
o Luke’s Lobster
o Santa Fe
o Taco Chic
· Arts and Services
o Bojanini Art Gallery
o Brickell Nail Bar
o Sean Donaldson Hair
Construction for the mall of the megaproject is coming together nicely. Some of the tenants should be able to put together their stores soon. The condo, office, and hotel components of the Brickell City Centre are close to completion, and all five towers are set to open sometime in 2016.
Photo credit: thenextmiami.com
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