Nike to replace Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma on Lincoln Road

Plans for the two-story store include ductal rain screen and LED lighting system

Feb.February 23, 2015 03:00 PM

Nike is reportedly checking off another location with its plans for a high-tech store on Lincoln Road.

The sportswear giant will take the place of Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma, both set to close on March 22, according to published reports.

The Fryd and Comras families submitted plans for the two-story Nike Store at 1035 Lincoln Road, the Next Miami reported. The existing building will be torn down to make way for the new construction.

Although the existing building is not considered historic, it replicated features of the building that was once on the site. The Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board will review plans for the new store, according to the Next Miami. Details include an exterior clad with a metal mesh and ductal rain screen, complete with wind needles and an LED lighting system. [Next Miami]Katherine Kallergis

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