03 Nov 2016
Brickell City Centre's Shops officially opens today Featured
Written by |
Published in Life style- Miami
 
font size decrease font size increase font size
Rate this item
0(0 votes)

After long years of waiting, the ultimate project Brickell City Centre is finally set to opens their retail shops. Today, Nov 3rd at 10 AM the shops at Brickell City Centre will finally be opened. This highly anticipated mall spans three city blocks and features more than 100 global and local retail brands. Here is more information about the opening :

 

According to Real Deal :

"Yet due to construction delays, only anchor tenant Saks Fifth Avenue and about a dozen of the 120 planned stores will open initially, as the rest of the shops and eateries rush to complete their space in time for the holiday season. Swire and retail co-developers Simon Property Group and Whitman Family Development have 92 percent of the retail space committed and 88 stores under construction, Swire Properties President Stephen Owens told The Real Deal." written by Ina Cordle and Katherine Kallergis.

 

According to Miami.com :

"Four looooong years in the making, the highly anticipated mall spans three city blocks and features more than 100 global and local retail brands. A larger-than-life Saks Fifth Avenue serves as an anchor while shops by Audemars Piguet, Armani, All Saints, Ted Baker, Chopard, Diptyque, Hugo Boss, Intermix, Kendra Scott, Lafayette 148 New York, NARS, Nest Casa, Ted Baker London, Tommy Bahama, Victoria’s Secret and more are in the retail mix." written by Maria Tettamanti.

 

According to Herald :

"The shopping center, cooled by an innovative climate ribbon that shades shoppers from the sun and fans them with sea breezes, stretches across three city blocks linked by elevated pedestrian bridges. It offers 1,700 underground parking spaces and also connects to Miami’s Metromover. Public transit will be crucial to the project’s success as navigating the area by car can be tricky, due to Brickell congestion and several active construction sites in the area. It is located at 701 S. Miami Ave."

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

Read 1757 times |

Tagged under
Follow Patrick Jeary on Google Plus

 

Connect with other fashion enthusiasts
Contact the webmaster with questions
FAQ Answers to most common questions
Would you like to write for us
Bookmark us and come back often