The 500,000-square-foot Brickell City Centre on Monday revealed a dozen new tenants, including Acqua di Parma; French fashion label IRO; Stuart Weitzman; Coach; Porsche Design; Mirto, an italian tailor of men’s and women’s wear; Spanish designer Adolfo Dominguez; Santa Maria Novella; Diptyque, Nest Casa, Capritouch, custom sandals, and Michele Lopriore, handmade shoes.
“We’re proud to be bringing on board these new international brands, many of which have experienced overwhelming success abroad and see Miami as the perfect entry city for their North American debut,” said Sharon Polonia, executive vice president of leasing at Simon Property Group.
The shopping center, which will be anchored by a Saks Fifth Avenue, is part of a $1.05 billion, 5.4 million-square-foot, mixed-use Brickell project that’s being developed by Swire Properties Inc.; Whitman Family Development, the owner of Bal Harbour Shops, and Simon. Two condominium towers, two office buildings and a hotel will open later this year, while the stores will bow in fall 2016.
The luxury brands, including the previously revealed Valentino, Chopard, Guiseppe Zanotti, Bally, Kiton, Vilebrequin and La Perla,will be located throughout the street-accessible first floor of the retail component of Brickell City Centre. Other tenants including Lululemon, Cole Haan, Ted Baker, Agent Provocateur, 100% Capri, which sells linen clothing and home decor, and Addict, trendy designer sneakers and apparel, will open on the second and third floors, where premium and contemporary retailers will be housed along with a mix of beauty, home decor, jewelry and apparel.
“Brickell City Centre provides a unique retail offering to an underserved international destination that caters to the part-time resident, visitor market and growing business community,” said Debora Overholt, senior retail director at Swire Properties. “There’s no denying the need for shopping, dining and entertainment options in one of Miami’s densest areas.”