Brickell City Centre announced a two-story Zara and MAC Cosmetics, stores are set to open fall 2017.Brickell City Centre, Miami’s mixed-use development, announced its luxury retail center in November of 2016. Following four years of extensive planning and development, the three-level, vertically-integrated, open-air luxury retail center revealed 500,000 square feet of high-end retail, fine dining and entertainment space. The retail center is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue as well as the first CMX luxury dine-in movie theater location in the U.S. and Miami’s first three-level Italian food hall, which are both soon to open.
A handful of acclaimed, chef-driven restaurants are currently operating in the center, including Luke’s Lobster, Pubbelly Sushi, American Harvest, Tacology, Santa Fe, Big Easy Wine Bar & Grill, Dr Smood and Haagen-Dazs, with some restaurants soon to open in the coming weeks.
The diverse mix features international cuisine, restaurant groups exclusive to Miami, and both fast-casual and contemporary experiences. The restaurants serve Brickell’s record-breaking daytime population (with it being the main financial district of the Southeast), its international tourists as well as the dense and affluent surrounding neighborhoods of Miami. CMX from Mexico, a luxury dine-in movie theater, will soon join the mix.
The shopping center connects with BCC’s five towers, including two 390-unit luxury condominiums REACH and RISE, both with limited inventory available, two class-A mid-rise office towers currently leased by Akerman LLP, WeWork, and McKinsey & Company, and Brickell City Centre’s flagship hotel, EAST, Miami.