Pinstripes bowling alley inks lease at The Plaza Coral Gables

Koniver Stern Group brokered the 15-year lease

TRD MIAMI /
Nov.November 01, 2019 04:19 PM
Rendering of the Plaza Coral Gables

Rendering of the Plaza Coral Gables

Pinstripes signed a lease at The Plaza Coral Gables, a major mixed-use project under construction in Coral Gables.

The dining and entertainment bowling venue is taking 30,000 square feet on two stories at the project. Agave Holdings, a group that includes the family behind the Jose Cuervo spirits business, is the developer.

Koniver Stern Group brokered the 15-year lease, according to a spokesperson for Pinstripes. The Coral Gables location will have an outdoor patio, 12 bowling lanes, six indoor and outdoor bocce courts, a restaurant, wine cellar and event space that fits up to 1,000 guests. Pinstripes also plans to open an outpost at the Esplanade at Aventura project next summer.

The Plaza, a more than $500 million development, is expected to open in the summer of 2022. The 2.25 million-square-foot development will have a 242-key hotel, more than 2,000 parking spaces, 174 rental apartments and 161,000 square feet of retail space.

In June, Agave Holdings closed on a $100 million construction loan from PNC Bank for the first phase of the project, which calls for 291,000 square feet of office space, 101,000 square feet of retail and the majority of the apartments.

Blanca Commercial Real Estate is handling office leasing of two Class A towers, and Koniver Stern Group is leasing the retail space. The project will surround a historic George Merrick building and include public art, an open plaza and colonnade-style sidewalks.


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