The Weekly Dish: Brickell is getting its first Shake Shack & more

Shops at Mary Brickell Village also bringing Dirt, Raw Juice and North Italia

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Nov.November 17, 2017 03:45 PM

Shake Shack is coming to The Shops at Mary Brickell Village (Credit: Wikimedia Commons, The Shops at Mary Brickell Village)

Shake Shack, Raw Juice and North Italia | Miami
Shack enthusiasts living in the Brickell area will be getting their own Shake Shack next spring.

The burger chain signed a lease for nearly 3,000 square feet at the Shops at Mary Brickell Village, at 901 South Miami Avenue.

Shake Shack plans to build its own building with a patio in the east courtyard of the shopping center. It will mark the restaurant group’s fourth South Florida location and its first in Brickell.

RKF’s Drew Schaul and John Ellis represented the mall’s owner, Rockpoint Group, and CBRE’s Paco Diaz represented Shake Shack.

Mary Brickell Village also secured leases with North Italia, taking 8,637 square feet, popular Miami Beach farm-to-table restaurant Dirt with 2,054 square feet, and Raw Juice with 1,233 square feet, according to an RKF spokesperson.

Dirt is open, Raw Juice plans to open Dec. 15 and North Italia will open in 2018, the spokesperson said. RKF brokered the leases.

Rockpoint paid $113.5 million for the Shops at Mary Brickell Village in 2015. The development features 196,000 square feet of retail space, 390 condos, 59 stores and 800 parking spaces. Cryospace, a sub-zero therapy spa, recently signed a lease at the shopping center as well.

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant | Fort Lauderdale
Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant is opening at the Galleria at Fort Lauderdale next year.

The national restaurant group, which has locations at CityPlace Doral and the Gardens Mall, is leasing 15,000 square feet at the Galleria, according to a release.

David Emihovich of Katz & Associates and Kim Salvatori of JLL brokered the lease.

The Strand Bar & Grill | Miami Beach
The Strand Bar & Grill will open at the Carillon Miami Wellness Resort next week.
The restaurant, led by executive chef Stephen Ullrich, will include an outdoor terrace, a separate lounge and bar, a private dining room and a wine lounge, according to a release.


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