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New juice joint taking aim at Miami-Dade

Raw Juce will open at 19915 Biscayne in Aventura and at 959 West Avenue in Miami Beach

July 23, 2015 03:45PM

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959 West Avenue, Miami Beach

Another juice shop is moving into Miami: Raw Juce has leased two new locations in Aventura and South Beach, marking the company’s first foray into Miami-Dade County, the real estate firm RKF announced Thursday.

RKF Director Andrea Blade and Vice President Drew Schaul represented Raw Juce in both transactions as the brand’s exclusive tenant representative in Miami-Dade County in South Florida, RKF said.

In the first deal, Raw Juce signed a 1,300-square-foot lease at 19915 Biscayne Boulevard in Aventura, near Aventura Mall and Equinox. Other tenants at the shopping center include Roche Bobois and Steinmart. Axiom Capital Advisors, LLC represented the owner Deer Capital LLC, in the transaction.

Raw Juce’s second location will be at 959 West Avenue in Miami Beach. There, it will occupy 1,000 square feet between West Avenue and 10th Street, at The Shoppes at West Avenue, across from Whole Foods. Other tenants include Starbuck’s, The Daily and Oliver’s Bistro. Comras Company represented the owners, Gumenick Properties, in the deal.

RKF said it is seeking eight more sites for Raw Juce throughout Miami-Dade in Aventura, Brickell, Coral Gables, Dadeland, Doral, Downtown Miami, Edgewater, Miami Beach, South Miami and Sunny Isles.

Raw Juce is a wellness company that uses raw, organic superfoods and organic cold pressed juices. The brand currently has one open location at Glades Plaza in Boca Raton, with two more coming soon in East Boca and Palm Beach Gardens. — Ina Cordle

  • Respectfulguest

    WOW!! Lots of luck to them. I was glad when I found them in Boca. Their juices are incredibly and organically delicious; the most delicious I have tried anywhere. Whereas I juice for health purposes, some of their juices are so delicious that I crave them for their tastiness as well. It would be nice if they could switch over to glass bottles though.

  • what if

    disagree they are slow in service and their juices are not that good compared to other.. being that there are cold press juices already on every corner in South Beach, not the brightest move to expand like that in South Beach. Why is this on the Real deal anyway