What Goes Around Comes Around opens in Sunset Harbour and the Fontainebleau

Green Monkey and Dr. Smood also opening at 1800 Bay Road

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Jan.January 06, 2017 02:15 PM

What Goes Around Comes Around

What Goes Around Comes Around, a designer vintage store, has opened a new boutique in Sunset Harbour and a shop-in-shop in the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

The South Beach store marks the first South Florida location for the retailer, which has locations in New York City, Beverly Hills, Long Island, New York and the Hamptons.

What Goes Around Comes Around has leased 1,300 square feet at 1800 Bay Road in Sunset Harbour. The store offers handbags, apparel and accessories, with items from such designers as Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Missoni, according to a release.

Greenstreet Partners developed the new building at 1800 Bay Road. Jonathan Carter of Comras Company handles leasing. He told The Real Deal last year that What Goes Around Comes Around has signed a lease, as did Green Monkey, which is relocating from its current Sunset Harbour location and will occupy the entire second story or about 3,500 square feet.

Dr Smood, a cafe specializing in organic food and drinks, with locations in Wynwood and South Miami, is also leasing ground floor space in building, Carter previously told TRD. He declined to disclose the leasing terms for any of the tenants.

In addition to What Goes Around Comes Around’s new stand-alone boutique, the shop-in-shop has opened at the Fontainebleau, at 4441 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach.

Founded by Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser, What Goes Around Comes Around launched its vintage store in New York’s SoHo in 1993. — Ina Cordle


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