Argentina’s Freddo Signs Lease At Millecento, Where Closings Are Now Underway

Related Group began closing on the sale of condos at the 382-unit Millecento yesterday, and announced a tenant for the ground floor of the project.

Freddo, a helado (gelato) chain from Argentina, will occupy the ground floor. Freddo recently opened their first Miami location on Lincoln Road.

The deal was announced by Related Group condo division president Carlos Rosso and broker Fabio Faerman, both of whom have roots in Argentina.

Related plans to announce more retail tenants at Millecento soon.

(photo: carlos rosso/related)

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BinBrickell
6 years ago

my vote is for ‘The Daily’ to come to Brickell

Ed
6 years ago

I would love a Panera Bread to open shop in Brickell. They would do so well.

Ed
6 years ago

Cinquecento below Axis already has some pretty good gelato.

BurgerGuy
6 years ago

We need a White Castle in Brickell.

marc
6 years ago

I second that.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Walked the building yesterday…amazing interiors.
Buyers got a fantastic deal…some of these units sold for $385 a sft.

Dave
6 years ago

Saw it too but honestly a little disappointed in several elements of the building. 9th floor pool is tiny for all those residences. Weekends, residents will be packed like sardines. That garden wall is a waste of space. They should have expanded that area for the pool chairs and made pool bigger. The rooftop pool is even smaller. Overall, 9th floor deck is small. Also, it’s kind of creepy when you’re on pool deck and you have Axis and Camden looking straight down on you, plus the Millencento residences.

Lobby is literally the size of a studio apartment, probably even smaller. you walk in and really have only one way to go which is reception area and elevators that are right next to it. I was disappointed they didn’t make the entrance on S Miami Avenue – huge space but they left that for retail.

Parking will become a mess. Valet folks are literally standing on the driveway for residents to enter. Wait until you have residents and people wanting to valet. This is going to be a mess.

This was definitely a great deal for buyers but for the marketing that was done on this building and the very nice exterior design and some nice interiors, it’s overall a disappointment for me. I would prefer to recommend clients next door at Axis that has a nice huge lobby, huge amenity deck/space with 2 large pools and not surrounded by units in every direction looking down on you while you’re enjoying some time in the pool, BBQ area, lounge area, jacuzzi, etc. Plus, rent here will eventually be cheaper as it’s an older building (though maintained like new)

Eon
6 years ago

There is a big tenant/buildout taking over the old Hoxton space in Axis. Anyone know what that is? No signage for the tenant is up that I can see.

Freddo should do well.

Really???
6 years ago

This is the problem I’m starting to have with Brickell. There is already a gelato place in Axis and Mary Brickell Village. It’s like when there used to be Fado’s, Waxy’s, Lucky Clover, and and Brickell Irish Pub. I love the convenience and urban environment developing in Brickell the options are completely sterile. I’m all for getting rid of Tabacco Road and Baru to build more dense buildings but please do more than fill the retail on the ground floor with Subway and yet another gelato store.

Ed
6 years ago

Don’t worry. One of those 2 will eventually fold just like what happened with Waxy’s and Lucky Clover. Plus, Cinquecento below Axis isn’t just a gelato place. It’s a nice casual Italian restuarant

marc
6 years ago

The @#$!hole places last while the shiny new places don’t. Wonder why.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Great corner in South Miami.
Anything they put on South Miami will do 10 times better than in Axis.

Axis has no pedestrian traffic as of yet.Bad retail location, every location there has folded