Metropica attracts five more retail tenants

The newly recruited tenants include three food-and-beverage businesses

Jun.June 25, 2017 12:00 PM

Bulla Gastrobar in Doral (Source:

The mixed-use Metropica development in Sunrise has attracted five additional retail tenants including three food-and-beverage businesses.

The 65-acre, $1.5 billion Metropica development will have 400,000 square feet of retail space and 1,900 high-rise residential units when it is completed.

The latest additions to Metropica’s lineup of retail tenants include Bulla Gastrobar, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Harry’s Pizzeria, Sparkles and Sugarboo & Co.

Bulla Gastrobar, a casual dining restaurant business inspired by tapas restaurants in Spain, has locations in Coral Gables, Doral and Central Florida’s Winter Park.

City Works Eatery & Pour House, which has a location in Doral, features classic American food and 90 draft-beer handles. City Works also has locations in Minnesota and Philadelphia.

Harry’s Pizzeria would open its fourth South Florida location at Metropica. Harry’s also operates in Coconut Grove, the Miami Design District and the Downtown Dadeland district in Kendall.

Sparkles is a multi-brand jewelry business owned by Mirpuri Group USA and offers product lines under such brand names as Pandora, Swarovski and Thomas Sabo. Mirpuri operates six Pandora jewelry stores in Florida.

Other companies that previously committed to lease retail space at Metropica include Shake Shack, Kona Grill, Fogo de Chao, Salsa Fiesta, Anthropologie, Free People, Kendra Scott Jewelry, and entertainment anchors iPic Theatres and Kings Bowl.

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