Brickell City Centre Signs Six New Retailers, Including Ted Baker And Agent Provocateur

Six new retailers have signed leases to open at Brickell City Centre, and all are European. They include:

  • Ted Baker (contemporary menswear and womenswear)
  • Agent Provocateur (luxury intimate apparel)
  • 100% Capri (Italian linen apparel company)
  • Addict (footwear, apparel and accessories)
  • Vilbrequin (French swimwear)
  • APM Monaco (women’s jewelry)

Additional leases will be announced this fall.

The condo and hotel portion of the project remains on track to open by the end of this year, while the retail center will open in fall of 2016.

Saks Fifth Avenue will be an anchor tenant, occupying three floors. Other retailers that have already signed on are Valentino, Chopard, Lululemon, Harmont & Blaine, Cole Haan, Illesteva and OndadeMar. Restaurants will include Pubbelly Sushi, Pasión del Cielo, Quinto La Huella and Sugar.

 

 

 

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Marc305
5 years ago

Downtown is finally getting its Bal Harbour, it is going to be amazing! A touch of class to add to Brickell.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Brickell is going to be so cool in the next two years.

Anonymous
5 years ago

If by cool you mean a bunch of chains. The only interesting, unique things there, like Tobacco Road, go up in a cloud of smoke.

Danny
5 years ago

Finally stores that are around my budget!

SakFive
5 years ago

It makes me wonder what demographics will be visiting Design District & Brickell City Center.

Personally, when I get luxury goods, it’s more about the experience and I don’t want to be in an overcrowded place like Aventura Mall with cero customer service and craziness due to volume of people/tourists just wandering in the store.

I believe that Design District will remain quiet and more exclusive like Bal Harbour whereas Brickell City Center may become like Aventura Mall.

pietro
5 years ago

man, by international standards, brickell is a ghost town. normal people and tourists want stuff to do, not just some parking lot and shops.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Brick Ci Cen will be a crowded mall like Aventura, sorry. The stores announced so far are not too much like Bal Harbour Shops.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I think that you will find the Sax 5th Ave in BCC will be much like the Sax 5th Ave in BHS.

Jacob
5 years ago

More luxury retail. How exciting. Personally, I would kill for a CityTarget or something.

Anonymous
5 years ago

You do realize there is one just 3 miles up north, and if that is not cheap enough for you there is also a Kmart 2 miles from there on Biscayne Blvd. Why would you want mediocre stores in Brickell?

Jacob
5 years ago

Because I like the idea of a walkable city designed to create an active living environment. I guess I would compare Brickell to the calibre of places as deserving of a CityTarget as San Francisco, LA, Seattle, Minneapolis, Portland, and Chicago (soon coming to Boston and Brooklyn). Not everyone who lives in Brickell wants/needs to buy a leather handbag on a daily basis.
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No$15ahour
5 years ago

This is Brickell not North of the river in Downtown Miami,