Luxury furniture brand moving near Design District

11,501 sf showroom will open early next year

TRD MIAMI /
Jun.June 30, 2015 04:30 PM

Addison House, a luxury, contemporary furniture company, will open its third South Florida location near Miami’s Midtown and Design District neighborhoods, The Real Deal has learned.

The new 11,501-square-foot showroom will be designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design and is set to open early next year, according to Metro 1. The brokerage, management and development company brokered the deal on the seller’s side for the lease on the corner of 36th Street and North Miami Avenue. Metro 1 Capital provided financing and Metro 1 Development will be working on the build-out. Diego Arnaud and Monte Greenberg of DA Luxury Realty represented Addison House.

Other South Florida locations include one in Aventura and one in Doral. The company plans on incorporating a cafe in the new store.

“We are excited to continue our growth in South Florida and believe the Miami Design District is the perfect setting for our new location and to reach new markets,” Max Alcalay, president and CEO of Addison House, said in a statement. “The Miami Design District has become a vibrant shopping destination where residents and visitors alike expect to find the latest and very best the design world has to offer. We are looking forward to becoming a part of this ever-changing neighborhood and are committed to continuing to bring our customers new and exclusive products for their homes.”


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