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Brickell City Centre has added five new tenants to its roster! Ted Baker, luxury lingerie power house, Agent Provocateur, Italian linen specialty store 100% Capri, and Addict, the luxury footwear, apparel, and accessories company (which currently has a store at Bal Harbour Shops). Also added to the list is jewelry store APM Monaco and Vilebrequin.
"Miami's retail market is seeing an increase in discerning shoppers, seeking to invest in high-quality products that will withstand time," said Courtney Lord, vice president of leasing for Whitman Family Development. "We are envisioning Brickell City Centre's retail component with these end users in mind, who will appreciate the high-caliber brands we've announced in the latest unveiling."
So far its retail lineup is varied, as predicted. There are end brands like Valentino and Chopard, plus a Saks Fifth Avenue anchoring. And then there are more accessible, everyday brands like Lululemon and Cole Haan, plus a solid mix of and up-and-coming brands like Illesteva, OndedeMar, and a few of those listed above. Things are looking up!
If you're wondering about the lay of the land, here's the scoop. Luxury stores will be located on the first floor, which is street accessible, and contemporary retailers (like the ones noted above) will be located on the second and third floors. And don't worry, commuters. There's going to be a two-story parking garage underneath the whole project, so you can shop till you drop and drive home happy.