Brickell City Centre Is Getting A Three-Level Puttshack, Opening Early 2021

Puttshack has signed a lease to open at Brickell City Centre.

Opening is set for early 2021.

The entertainment venue will span 29,000 square feet over three levels.

Puttshack at Brickell City Centre will include an outdoor rooftop terrace on the third floor overlooking the downtown Miami skyline that can be used to host events.

There will be three “tech-infused” nine-hole competitive mini golf courses. Food and beverage offerings will include dining offerings including fresh stone baked pizzas, a variety of veggie, vegan and non-gluten options and a selection of cocktails, draft beers, ciders and mocktails.

“With the opening of Puttshack, our shopper’s experience will be brought to an entirely new level by creating the only place in Miami where you can take the kids, a date or friends to play high-tech mini golf and indulge in exceptional food,” said David Martin, vice president of retail for Swire Properties Inc, the developer of Brickell City Centre.

Brickell City Centre has seen several new tenants open recently including Sur La Table and Chanel.

Puttshack has three London locations and has signed leases in Atlanta and Chicago. It was created by the co-founders of Topgolf, Flight Club and AceBounce.

The Brickell Puttshack will be the largest location for the company yet.

 

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

Great experience destination and a perfect fit for city center!

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

So now Brickell City Centre is finally getting an entertainment venue for families. An indoor mini golf course and game & arcade complex? This will give Brickell City Centre more meaning and purpose instead of it being just a high-end shopping mall with restaurants, food halls, and stores. This will not only bring more crowds to the complex that opened in 2016 but it will finally get an attraction that will draw families with children. BCC doesn’t have that right now. What’s the this will be good for families with kids. I’m glad this will have a Puttshack. Now Brickell City Centre well not just attract adults who are shoppers but it will finally have something to attract families with children.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Attract families with children? No one is bringing their children here. No one wants to see children here. This is an adult playground where people are going to get shitfaced, arm themselves with golf clubs, and cause a slew of liability. Terrible idea

Anonymous
11 months ago

OMG you must be Depressed person. Get on some meds.

Anonymous
11 months ago

You commented this same dumb comment on my post a year+ ago and I’m not the poster of this post. Lol and who the fuck are you supposed to be logging online daily to tell everyone they are depressed and need meds lol. What a cool life. ?

Anonymous
11 months ago

lmao

Anonymous
11 months ago

jesus dude

Really???
11 months ago

This is absolutely wrong. The outdoor wooden deck is constantly filled with strollers. At a charrette Swire acknowledged they missed the market on that one. There are many high end childrens clothing stores. This is their way of addressing it and I think its a step in the right direction.

POLO
11 months ago

Brickell is not family oriented. Most of the people in Brickell are in their 20s and 30s, single, and very horny. This is a perfect place to play, and meet other people in the neighborhood.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Horny people in their 20’s and 30’s will have children and want to play Putt Putt.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Not with Plan B!

Anonymous
11 months ago

They’re plenty of young kids in the area and day cares.

Anonymous
11 months ago

There are lots of people with strollers walking around Brickell all the time. Lots of kids in the building I live in too. Maybe you haven’t been to Brickell in a while but there are plenty of families living here.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Walking Brickell at night you see a lot of babes, and hunks!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Yeah, lots of hunks…. love it

Anonymous
11 months ago

They do however go to Doral for their entertainment, restaurants and views of the Palmetto

Anonymous
11 months ago

Amen! I don’t want children running around screaming because their parents aren’t paying attention when I’m trying to have a good time with my other childless and happy friends.

Anonymous
11 months ago

When did they institute a law just for Brickell City Center that says you can bring children in a place that serves alcohol?

Anonymous
11 months ago

like a restaurant?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Hmmmmm… you got a point there… I have to do some thinking about that…

Anonymous
11 months ago

Satirical comment is satirical, but still. The establishment in question isn’t tailored to children and families. If you want that, go to Chuck E’ Cheese in Kendall.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Family-friendly chain offering a sports-bar-style setting for American food & golf games.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Please don’t. Don’t come to Kendall. Stay in Brickell, get shit-faced, vomit on the sidewalk, and uber to your tiny apartment.

Anonymous
11 months ago

They’ll have to go to Dolphin Mall and wait in line to get serviced. Place is mobbed on weekends. The line to get seated at a restaurant? 1 – 2 hours just like anyplace in Doral. Yuk

Anonymous
11 months ago

Perfect example that the U.S. is a suburban society and not gravitational to city centers, urban grids or cultural centers.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Good point! If everyone would just Stop Breeding, it would be a better world.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Looks nice but it’s guaranteed to be very expensive!

KRR
11 months ago

their rent is guaranteed to be expensive…

Anonymous
11 months ago

Exactly. that’s why it’ll be expensive for the end-user!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Well, yes, this is Brickell, where everything is expensive. If you want affordable go to Hialeah.

Anonymous
11 months ago

… jus no, we no speeky inglish hear mang…

Anonymous
11 months ago

Precisely, you should do all your hanging outs in Hialeah

Reality
11 months ago

I guess La Luna will be going out of business. What other three-level space with a roof terrace is there in BCC??

Anonymous
11 months ago

helps to read

Reality
11 months ago

Sorry, helps to read what? The article doesn’t state where in BCC this will be located.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Puttshack is leasing a three-story, 29,000-square-foot space above Luna Park Food Hall, which replaced the Italian food hall, La Centrale, according to a spokesperson. Puttshack will be on floors 4, 5 and 6 in a space previously used for events and popups.

Reality
11 months ago

That quote comes from The Real Deal, not this article. Good job.

Anonymous
11 months ago

This is how we putt putt in MIAMI.

Anonymous
11 months ago

… and you can have “Cock-tails” to!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Where in Brickell City Centre is this going? Aren’t they almost fully leased?

Anonymous
11 months ago

Makes sense, it will bring new life into BCC and more customers for the stores.

Brickellite
11 months ago

Sounds fantastic, it needs to be expensive, the price will act as the security guard…

Anonymous
11 months ago

Looks awesome. Look forward to it.. Good for a date night

Anonymous
11 months ago

A what?

Anonymous
11 months ago

It looks tacky

Anonymous
11 months ago

This makes no sense in BCC. Tacky as hell

Anonymous
11 months ago

This may be the stupidest thing I have ever seen

William
11 months ago

I think your comment is dumber than the project

Anonymous
11 months ago

Haha! That makes this project really dumb then!