Barry’s Bootcamp joins Aventura ParkSquare

Icebox Cafe and greenmonkey yoga were announced earlier this year

Aug.August 10, 2015 12:45 PM

Aventura ParkSquare is bulking up its tenant list with Barry’s Bootcamp, The Real Deal has learned.

Barry’s Bootcamp will join already announced Icebox Cafe and greenmonkey yoga in the retail component of the health-oriented, mixed-use development. Michael Comras, Jonathan Carter and Mike Silverman of the Comras Company brokered the deal, according to a press release.

The fitness company, which has an existing location in Miami Beach and is opening soon in Midtown Miami, will lease 4,775 square feet on the ground floor of ParkSquare. It will include high-end locker rooms, an open lobby and a Barry’s Fuel Bar.

“My partners and I are truly looking forward to bringing the Barry’s brand to Aventura ParkSquare as we continue to expand our reach in South Florida,” said James Provencher, partner of Barry’s Bootcamp. “This project offers the perfect setting for our next South Florida studio, right in the heart of Aventura with like-minded brands as our neighbors.”

Victor Ballestas, Integra Investments principal, has said that he is modeling the development after Sunset Harbour, a mixed-use development in Miami Beach. So far, all three Aventura ParkSquare tenants also have locations at Sunset Harbour.

“Barry’s Bootcamp is an exciting addition to our diverse line up of health and wellness-focused tenants at Aventura ParkSquare,” Ballestas said in a statement.

The 8.5-acre project will include a 131-unit luxury residential condo tower, 55,000 square feet of retail, a flagship select-service hotel, a 100,000-square-foot Class A office building and a wellness medical center. Crescendo Real Estate is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the residential component. The development, on the corner of 2900 Waterways Boulevard and Northeast 207th Street, is next to a planned AC Hotel by Marriott, which recently received a $35 million construction loan.

Aventura ParkSquare is slated to open in early 2017. – Katherine Kallergis


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