Brickell City Centre Retail Sales Are Up 71% In 2021, Occupancy Reaches Record

Brickell City Centre is seeing a sharp rise in retail sales this year, newly released data shows.

According to developer Swire Properties, retail sales at Brickell City Centre were up 70.6% during the first six months of 2021.

The numbers are skewed by the pandemic, which led to the closure of the mall for a period in 2020.

Occupancy at the mall has reached a new record high, Swire’s statistics show.

In total, 97% of the mall is either leased or has had a letter of intent signed for by a prospective tenant.

The new tenants will include Nike, which will occupy the 5,123 square foot former Emporio Armani ground floor space next to Saks Fifth Avenue, a mall leasing plan shows.

Another prime ground floor space on the corner of 8th Street and South Miami Avenue will be occupied by a restaurant called The Henry. It is the first time the 6,552 square foot space will be occupied, and will also include a covered outdoor patio.

Nike is expected to open in the first quarter of 2022, with The Henry anticipated to open in the first quarter of 2023.

Swire also told investors that it had completed the sale of 778 out of 780 residential condos in the Reach and Rise towers at the complex.

The One Brickell City Centre supertall tower remains in planning, the company said.

 

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POLO
1 month ago

Come on Swire, get going with the supertall!

Anonymous
1 month ago

If sales were down after being closed THAT would be something…

Anonymous
1 month ago

“The One Brickell City Centre supertall tower remains in planning”

You mean to tell us that as long as it’s been (and it’s been years) they’re still working on this tower?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not happening this decade

Anonymous
1 month ago

Uniqlo?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully announced at MWC soon!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The chain is already showing signs of struggle, with the Chicago Michigan Avenue store already shutting its doors and the Disney Springs store Orlando greatly underperforming.

Anonymous
1 month ago

WTF is The Henry?

Anonymous
1 month ago

restaurant

Anonymous
1 month ago
Anonymous
1 month ago

And if it is, so what? Loser

Anonymous
1 month ago

BCC desperately needs a good bakery.
I mean, I would like to have sometimes something other than a pastelito and a croqueta

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tour les jours/paris baguette

Anonymous
1 month ago

wrong city honey

Anonymous
1 month ago

Okay, so next time you complains about another Publix opening and want Sedonos, I’ll tell you “wrong country, honey.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Publix has a great selection baked goods.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What?
You must be kidding….
Obviously, you’ve never gotten out of Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Publix exists far outside of Miami, and for good reason—it’s because they’re good at what they do.

Since you’re such a expert on baking, how tasty are your own home baked goods? Or does your baking expertise not extend beyond standing in line and swiping your debit card?

Anonymous
1 month ago

EBT, Darking!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Take your liberal latte loving ass somewhere else snowflake

Anonymous
1 month ago

Let me guess… you’re one of those camoflauge clothing wearing, Army assault rifle carrying, MAGA hat head covering, Capitol Building storming, Trump is my fuhrer guys?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“BCC desperately needs a good bakery.”
OH NOOO!!
Someone tell them!

Educate me…if this desperate NEED is not met in 60 days, should Swire just close down the entire center?

Anonymous
1 month ago

« Occupancy at the mall has reached a new record high, « 

Imagine if there were air conditioning in the common areas!!! 🤓

Anonymous
1 month ago

How about fixing the air con? Hot as hell in that mall.

Anonymous
1 month ago

…its an open air mall

s.k
1 month ago

For that you have Merrick Park, Design District, Bal Harbour, The Falls or Lincoln Rd (if there’s any store left there). Not sure why developers in Miami pretend the weather is so great for locals to shop outdoors. Between May and November heat, rain and humidity make the shopping experience outdoors miserable for locals. I get tourists love the heat, but there’s plenty of places for them to shop. I wish BBC was cool enough for us locals who live in Miami since going to Aventura/Dadeland is a very long drive from Brickell, Gables, Coconut Grove, SoBe areas.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bring a fan

Anonymous
1 month ago

So you’re saying Miami is hot? It’s open air

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lose some weight fatty

Anonymous
1 month ago

ruthless

Anonymous
1 month ago

😂😂😂