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Shops at Brickell City Centre set to open in November – here are all the tenants

Retail will be anchored by Cinemex, Saks Fifth Avenue and an Italian food hall

May 24, 2016 03:00PM

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Photos of construction and a rendering of Brickell City Centre's retail portion

Photos of construction and a rendering of Brickell City Centre’s retail portion

Brickell City Centre officially released the opening date for the retail component of the project along with a list of 11 new tenants, including Sephora, Hugo Boss and Tommy Bahama.

The shopping center, anchored by Cinemex, Saks Fifth Avenue and an Italian food hall, will open in November, Swire Properties and co-developers announced on Tuesday.

New tenants include Bruno Magli, Carmen Steffens, Baldinini, Boglioli, Lafayette 148, Samsonite, SPARIS and Violetas/Baccarat. Here are the previously announced stores and restaurants:

  • Clothing: 100% Capri, 120% Lino, Addict, Adolfo Dominguez, Agent Provocateur, Armani Collezioni, BDBA, Crocus Studio, Chopard, Cole Haan, Intermix, In-Sight, Kiton, Koko & Palenki, LIVE!, Lululemon, Mirto, Orlebar Brown, Onda de Mar, Rhythm of Grace, REISS, SportsAction, Sundek, Ted Baker, Vilebrequin
  • Fashion and accessories: Addict, Audemars Piguet, Acqua di Parma, APM Monaco, Bally, Caudalie, Capritouch, Coach, Diptyque, Designer Eyes, Font, Harmont & Blaine, Giuseppe Zanotti Design, Italia Independent, Illesteva, IRO, Kendra Scott, Kreations. Leetal Kalmanson, Michele Lopriore, Nars, Nest Casa, Pandora, Porsche Design, Richard Mille, Santa Maria Novella, Stuart Weitzman, Westime, Valentino
  • Dining: American Harvest, Big Easy Winebar & Grill, Calissons du Roy René, DAVIDsTEA, Dr. Smood, Häagen-Dazs, Luke’s Lobster, Pasión del Cielo, Pubbelly Sushi, Quinto La Huella, Santa Fe Ca Café, Sugar, Taco Chic
  • Arts and services: the Apple store, AT&T, Bojanini Art Gallery, Brickell Nail Bar, Musart, Sean Donaldson Hair

Whitman Family Development and Simon Property Group are co-developers of the 500,000-square-foot retail component. Luxury stores will be located on the first floor, with premium and contemporary retailers on the second and third floors. The shops will feature street-level access to an underground two-story garage.

The $1.05 billion, mixed-use project consists two residential towers Rise and Reach, two mid-rise office towers, and East Miami, the 40-story hotel housing Sugar and Quinto La Huella. East, Reach and an office tower have already opened. – Katherine Kallergis