Brown Jordan opens Design District/Midtown Miami store

An LLC managed by Lyle Chariff and Avra Jain owns the building

Jan.January 13, 2016 09:45 AM

Luxury outdoor furniture company Brown Jordan has opened its store on the border between Midtown Miami and the Design District. 

The showroom, on Northwest 36th Street and Northeast Second Avenue, marks the retailer’s second freestanding location in the United States. Amicon Construction worked on the build-out, which included a perforated, custom-made ductal façade and the incorporation of materials like repurposed Miami-Dade County pine, which Amicon sourced from an existing Design District structure, coral rock and organic concrete flooring.

The building also features a rooftop deck with a custom Brown Jordan outdoor kitchen for special events and designer showcases.

The new store spans 8,600 interior square feet and was designed by architect Miami-based Touzet Studio, which is also behind the new Apple Store on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, as well as the planned Nike store. More than 30 collections and a selection of luxury home goods are on display at the store, according to a press release.

Chariff Realty Group developed the property. An LLC managed by Lyle Chariff and Avra Jain owns the building where Brown Jordan opened, according to Miami-Dade County property records. Sales information is not available online. – Katherine Kallergis

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