Inside Brickell City Centre’s Italian food hall, Estates at Acqualina & more

BCC's La Centrale is now set to open in December

Miami /
Aug.August 15, 2017 01:45 PM

The developers of Brickell City Centre, the Estates at Acqualina, Akoya Boca West and others just released a slew of new renderings.

La Centrale

Brickell City Centre revealed what’s planned for the three-story Italian food hall, La Centrale. The 40,000-square-foot food hall, located at the northeast end of the shops, is now set to open in December. It will include:

  • A market with grab-and-go options, an espresso bar, salad bar, fresh bread, cheese, a cafe and retail items. The 5,000-square-foot mercato will be on the first floor.
  • Pesce La Centrale, 5,000-square-foot fish restaurant on the second floor
  • Stagionale, a 1,500-square-foot restaurant on the second floor with a seasonal menu
  • Enoteca, a wine cellar on the third floor with a private dining room. The 3,000-square-foot space will also include La Cucina.
  • A steakhouse on the second floor spanning more than 2,500 square feet
  • A pizza and pasta eatery with a wood-fired oven. The 3,000-square-foot restaurant will be on the first floor.

Estates at Acqualina penthouse

The Trump Group (no relation to the president) is unveiling a penthouse at the planned Estates at Acqualina. The 15,000-square-foot unit, which is on the market for $29 million, will feature six bedrooms, marble and wood floors, sunset and ocean lounges, a private pool and sauna, and luxury appliances, according to the developer.

The firm is a step closer to owning the 5.6-acre oceanfront site where it plans to build the Estates. It owns the majority of the property, which is currently a timeshare resort, that’s set to be auctioned on Friday. Trump’s A3 Development LLC will make the reserve bid of $26 million.

Akoya Boca West

Siemens Group is developing Akoya Boca West, a 139-unit luxury condo building under construction at the Boca West County Club in Boca Raton.

The developer released new exterior renderings of the project, which recently hired Douglas Elliman to handle sales. It’s registered to be marketed and sold in New York.

Siemens is aiming for an early 2018 delivery date. The country club spans 1,400 acres with about 400,000 square feet of club facilities and amenities, including a sports complex, clubhouse, a 38,000-square-foot spa, tennis facilities, dining and entertainment venues, and four 18-hole championship golf courses.

Ocean Terrace

Sandor Scher’s Ocean Terrace project in North Beach is moving forward. The developer submitted its plans to the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board for a meeting in October.

In all, the development would have a 58-unit residential building; a 76-key hotel with a restaurant and bar, meeting rooms, gym, spa, pool, pool bar, rooftop lounge and parking; about 15,000 square feet of retail space on Collins Avenue and about 3,000 square feet of retail on Ocean Terrace.

Scher and his investor Alex Blavatnik are developing the mixed-use project. RJ Heisenbottle Architects and Revuelta Architecture International are the architects. Scher and Blavatnik have spent more than two years and about $65 million buying up most of the buildings on Ocean Terrace, and last year lost a citywide vote on increasing FAR in the area from 2.0 to 3.0.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
1201 Brickell Bay Drive, Citadel's Ken Griffin and 830 Brickell office tower in Miami (Google Maps, OKO Group and Cain International, Illustration by Priyanka Modi for The Real Deal with Getty)
Mapping out Ken Griffin’s Miami shopping spree
Mapping out Ken Griffin’s Miami shopping spree
A rendering of the Estates at Acqualina’s and Jules Trump (Estates at Acqualina’s, Trump by Sonya Revell)
Lawsuit settled, closings underway at Trump Group’s Sunny Isles tower
Lawsuit settled, closings underway at Trump Group’s Sunny Isles tower
Ken Griffin and 1250 Brickell Bay Drive in Miami (Getty Images, Google Maps)
Ken Griffin’s Brickell takeover: Citadel adds to its properties with $20M purchase
Ken Griffin’s Brickell takeover: Citadel adds to its properties with $20M purchase
Rendering of 830 Brickell office tower; Cushman & Wakefield's Brian Gale, JLL's Manny De Zárraga, Avison Young's Donna Abood, Dwntwn Realty Advisors' Tony Arellano and Stephen Rutchik. (Credit: OKO Group and Cain International, JLL, CW, Dwntwn Realty Advisors, Cushman & Wakefield, Avison Young, Getty, 830 Brickell)
Meet the commercial brokers making bank in Miami
Meet the commercial brokers making bank in Miami
Ken Griffin in the center, with Brickell (right) and Palm Beach (below)
Ken Griffin’s Citadel comes to Brickell — and supercharges the market
Ken Griffin’s Citadel comes to Brickell — and supercharges the market
Ken Griffin with 830 Brickell (Getty, OKO Group and Cain International)
Ken Griffin’s Citadel leases at 830 Brickell office tower in Miami
Ken Griffin’s Citadel leases at 830 Brickell office tower in Miami
From left: MHCommercial Real Estate Fund II's Jordan Paul, Dung Lam and Neil Merin along with the Yamato Office Center in Boca Raton and the Bridge Point Powerline Road in Pompano Beach (NAI Global, LoopNet, Getty Images)
Lease roundup: FirstService leases in Boca, PlantLab in Pompano Beach
Lease roundup: FirstService leases in Boca, PlantLab in Pompano Beach
From left: Jorge Mas, Swire’s Kieran Bowers, David Beckham, and Stephen Ross
Beckham’s soccer stadium; Swire, Ross’ Brickell City Centre tower rezonings get preliminary commission OK
Beckham’s soccer stadium; Swire, Ross’ Brickell City Centre tower rezonings get preliminary commission OK
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...