The H&M flagship that will occupy the former Lincoln Theatre in Miami Beach will open November 8, according to the Miami Herald. The 35,000-square-foot building, which was constructed in 1935 by cinema architect Thomas Lamb, will house a 30,000-square-foot H&M, along with smaller tenants including Swatch, 100 Montaditos, 4D Gelato and Sabon. Another H&M store is scheduled to open in the Aventura Mall before the end of the year. [Miami Herald] –Christopher Cameron
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Clothing retailer H&M will open a pop-up Miami Beach location on Friday, the Miami Herald reported. The store will be located at 1669 Meridian Avenue. In September, the company will open its long-anticipated flagship location on Lincoln Road. “With the exciting grand opening of our flagship store just around the corner, we are thrilled to offer Miami consumers a sneak peak of what’s to come just in time for the summer,” Daniel Kulle, U.S. president for H&M said in a statement. “The opening of the H&M Miami pop-up shop signifies the beginning of a strong relationship between H&M and Miami shoppers.” [Miami Herald]
Miami Beach’s Lincoln Theater has inked its first retail tenant as it prepares for a second life as a multi-level shopping center after existing as a theater since 1935. Miami Today reported that H&M will take some of the 35,000 square feet of space at the theater for its first Miami location, and will be one of three or four stories in the space at 541 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.
The new owners, Savitar Realty Advisors, purchased the historic theater in February 2010, and secured approval for the retail redevelopment after the New World Symphony left for a Frank Gehry-designed center. [more]
Swedish retailer H&M will be opening its first Miami-area store in 2012 with a 20,000-square-foot location in the former home of the New World Symphony on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, according to Lyle Stern of the Koniver Stern Group. The Miami Beach location will have two levels of retail space. H&M opened its first South Florida location in November at Palm Beach Gardens’ Gardens Mall. [Sun Sentinel] [more]