Miami Worldcenter has announced that three new tenants have signed on to open at the $4 billion mixed-use development.
Bowlero, Lucid Motors, and Sephora all have signed leases for space, according to a press release by the developer.
Two of the tenants, Lucid and Sephora, already have locations nearby at Brickell City Centre. The third, Bowlero, will compete with Puttshack at Brickell City Centre.
Here’s what each of the new retailers is planning at Worldcenter:
Bowlero will occupy more than 31,000 square feet in Miami Worldcenter’s glass-encased ‘Jewel Box’ retail building overlooking World Square plaza. The facility will include 28 blacklight bowling lanes, a giant arcade with 75 state-of-the-art games, a sports bar, lounge style seating and upscale food and beverage offerings.
Lucid Motors will be located along 1st Avenue and 10th Street, on the same block as Paramount. The luxury electric vehicle company will occupy nearly 23,000 square feet of space. There will be a showroom called a Lucid Studio, along with a delivery center and service facility.
Sephora will be located at the World Square plaza along Miami Worldcenter’s 7th Street Promenade. The company is one of the world’s most recognized beauty retailers.
In total, the new tenants are taking 60,000 square feet of retail space. With previously announced tenants, a total of 90,000 square feet has been leased.
Tenants that were already announced include restaurants Maple & Ash and etta, both of Chicago, along with Chef Michael Beltran’s Brasserie Laurel and El Vecino.
Worldcenter partner CIM Group and Comras represented the landlord, Miami Worldcenter Associates, in all three of the latest transactions. The Comras team of Michael Comras, Michael Silverman and Jeff Evans also represented both Sephora and Bowlero on the tenant side.
Worldenter has around 150,000 square feet of retail already completed for tenant build-outs, and another 130,000 square feet under construction and nearing delivery.
The developer also announced today that they are building World Square, a 20,000-square-foot public plaza and park. World Square is being designed to serve as as a central gathering place and outdoor event space. It will feature shade trees, works of art by local and international artists, and oversized, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks lined with dining, entertainment, and retail concepts.