Neiman Marcus opened its first store outside of Texas at Bal Harbour.

Years ago, Bal Harbour Shops reached a point where demand for space far outreached supply, so the Whitmans began closely examining each tenant and analyzing monthly and rolling 12-month volumes and sales per square foot, comparing how each brand stacked up against trends in their category as a whole. Those performing renewed leases, those underperforming are reviewed to see how to improve results, or they close to make room for a newcomer.

Following are stores that have opened or are opening this year, and those that reopened with new store designs.
NEW STORES
February:
Dsquared2 opens a 2,000-square-foot boutique for men’s and women’s wear.
March:
The Grill at Bal Harbour opens a 6,400-square-foot space with indoor and outdoor dining, exterior patio bar, outdoor lounge and exhibition-style kitchen.
April:
The first curated fashion cultural space in a retail center makes its debuts with a yearlong celebration of art and fashion curated by Judith Clark.
April:
Watch designer Richard Mille opens a 600-square-foot shop.
June:
Tomas Maier opens its 1,800-square-foot boutique.
August:
Italian fashion house Ermanno Scervino opens first store in the U.S., at 1,800 square feet.
October:
London-based Orlebar Brown for designer swimwear and apparel launches its 1,800-square-foot pop-up boutique.
November:

Goyard, the French fashion house and leather malletier, opens a 2,100-square-foot boutique.

November:
Le Zoo, a new French concept restaurant by Stephen Starr opens on the first level.
November:
Italian fashion shoe label Aquazzura opens a 2,000-square-foot pop-up boutique.
December:
Diptyque, theFrench perfumer and maker of scented candles, home fragrance and body care, is set to open a 750-square-foot shop.
REOPENINGS WITH NEW STORE DESIGNS
January:
Giorgio Armani reopens a new concept design store in a 4,200-square-foot space.
May:
La Perla opens an expanded two-story town house concept adding men’s wear.
June:
Tiffany & Co. completes renovations on its new concept design for the 6,460-square-foot boutique.
July:
Santa Fe News &Espresso reopens with a fresh design for the café and newsstand.
July:
Wolford reopens with redesigned 750-square-foot store.
September:
Roberto Cavalli launches a redesigned boutique on the first level.
October:
Valentino expands to a two-story townhouse concept, adding men’s wear to the 3,750-square-foot store.
October:
Van Cleef & Arpels expands from 720 square feet to 1,080 square feet.
November:
Chopard expands from 720 square feet to 1,080 square feet.
November:
Christofle reopens with a newly designed boutique on the second level.
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