Vizcayne finds three retailers for 4,600-sf space

Miami /
Feb.February 04, 2013 12:00 PM

The 58,000-square-foot Vizcayne retail center in Downtown Miami has signed three new retail tenants, Terranova, the exclusive retail leasing agent for Vizcayne announced today.

Vizcayne — the 49-story dual towered mixed-use development, which includes 849 residential units, on Biscayne Bay — has inked leases with Orangetheory Fitness, Café Papillon and Smoothie King for fall 2013. Orangetheory Fitness will open a 3,000-square-foot facility at Vizcayne on NE 2nd Street, while Smoothie King and the French bakery, Café Papillion, will occupy 600-square-foot and 1,070-square-foot spaces respectively.

“Downtown Miami continues to thrive with new things for residents to enjoy,” Juan Franco, commercial associate of Terranova, said.  “We have seen a surge of leasing activity in downtown recently and a great deal of quality retailers are beginning to take notice that this is one of the top markets in Miami-Dade County.”

On the residential end, Vizcayne’s sales office saw over 220 residences sold in 2012, representing a dollar volume that exceeded $20 million in December alone. —Christopher Cameron


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