Chick-Fil-A And Old Navy Will Open At $425 Million River Landing In 2020

Chick-Fil-A And Old Navy have signed on to open at the $425 million River Landing mega-project that will soon open on the Miami River.

Chick-Fil-A will occupy approximately 4,000 square feet of space on level one and will be accessible at street level along NW North River Drive. The new Chick-Fil-A is set to open in Spring of 2020.

Old Navy will occupy 15,000 square feet of space on the retail center’s 4th floor and is scheduled to open in Spring 2020.

River Landing will include approximately 345,000 square feet of retail/commercial space, 135,000 square feet of office, 528 rental apartments, more than 2,000 parking spaces and a landscaped Riverwalk. It will also include a 25,500-square-foot restaurant row that fronts the river.

Riverwalk Park is also being built by the developer adjacent to the project. Activities planned there include public art, music, cultural events, wellness, and family programs.

River Landing will offer a river shuttle service, the developer said in a press release. The development is up the river from Brickell and downtown Miami.

Opening of Riverwalk Landing is scheduled for early 2020. UrbanX Group’s Andrew Hellinger and Coralee Penabad are the developers.

(photos via river landing/lantower/social media)

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Anonymous

Chick-Fil-A here and at Miami Central, great news

Anonymous

Did they close the kiosk CFA at Miami central? Went last week and couldn’t find it :/

Anonymous

The kiosk has very limited hours. At Central Fare right up the escalators from the train check in, literally Metrorail zooms past. Anyways hours are 11:30am – 2pm. That’s it. Limited menu too.

Anonymous

Was it a Sunday?

Anonymous

Hola buenas tardes estoy interesada para trabajar en Chuck fila mi número es 8165471726

Azarius

Love this project perfect for the area

Anonymous

Yep. A giant parking garage goes hand in hand with a new double decker highway.

Azarius

No metro and the bus service sucks how am I supposed to get around Uber hahahahhahahah

Anonymous

Looks like Civic Center Metrorail station is right there.

Anonymous

If you can’t afford a car then you surely can’t afford to eat out.

Anonymous

Don’t wanna drive and park there?.. then, stay home!

Anonymous

Whew, the rumors of C.F.A.’s death at River Landing were greatly exaggerated.

Anonymous

The river’s the new waterfront, exciting project with many more to come closer to Brickell can’t wait for a connected riverwalk but I’ll believe it when I see it…

Anonymous

What do you mean? The Miami River Greenway is connected. As long as we believe in private property rights in the USA (and I hope that is that we always will) there will be some private property owners who will chose not to open up their waterfront property to the public. In those cases, the signage and the paths point to the street and then direct people back to the riverfront.
Where ever it is feasible, the Greenway is connected directly on the riverfront.

Anonymous

I’m talking about walking directly from Icon for example to the Wharf and even further west directly up the river, which you cannot do at this time since the riverwalk is piecemeal at best currently…

Anonymous

so then drive

Anonymous

You’d make a great Miami politician…

Anonymous

Icon is on the south bank of the river.
Wharf is on the north.
You can walk from the mouth of the Miami River (One Miami) along the Greenway all the way to the Wharf without leaving the waterfront. There are couple of buildings, like Garcias, Casablancas, Capt. Tom’s, that are on the seawall, but the greenway uses the sidewalks there. You can continue along the north bank of the river all the way to river landing (with exception of the homes in Spring Garden, then you have to walk on the sidewalk again).
It is really best to try it…you will be pleasantly surprised with all the work that other people are doing to make your dreams come true.

Anonymous

Its piecemeal at best directly along the river on both sides its not nearly as seamless as it should be…

Anonymous

Have you even walked that once? You leave the waterfront at least twice along the route you described…

Anonymous

Not only just connected, but lined with shops like a sort of pedestrian and bike promenade all the way down to Brickell. That would be the dream

Anonymous

keep on dreaming this is Miami

Anonymous

Closed on Sundays… you my chik-fil-A… you my #1… with the lemonade… ❤

Anonymous

YASSSS!!

Anonymous

Chick-Fil-A cult must be ecstatic.

Anonymous

There is no cult for loving Chick-Fil-A. There is an cult of you all that hate it and whine about it night and day for supporting family values.

Anonymous

Can’t wait for this place to open

Anonymous

That’s more retail than at MWC!

Miami Realist

This is an awesome project for Allapatha.

Anonymous

Couldn’t agree more…. I live in Allapattah and it needs retail, entertainment etc. There are clusters of neighborhoods within Allappatah of residential communities, some buildings (mostly single family residential) that are in need of somewhere to shop and spend the evenings with their family and kids. The data of the area is not accurate. Because Allapattah has thousands of affordable housing units and over 7 communities it brings down the overall mean of income for the community. There are many working class and middle class families in Allapattah. We need investment and development in our community. The 45% of property owners having been pleading for years for folks to come in. Adding market rate units brings further economic diversity tot eh area and prosperity.

Anonymous

Hey Chicago.. Miami is, “gaining on ya!”

Anonymous

Old Navy still opens stores? I though H&M mopped the floor with them, and even Forever 21, which is also struggling.

Anonymous

April?! Ha!

Dave

Might want make that sea wall a little higher. You can see the river almost over the banks there and it was flooding over the banks at the bottom right in the 4th picture. Nothing to see here.

Anonymous

Man I wish people in Miami learn when and how to use commas.

Anonymous

What’s a Chik Fil A?

Anonymous

Women who need triple D bras……

Realtalk Reilly

In the renderings for this project they always show people strolling along the riverwalk behind the building. But where are they strolling to, or strolling from? There is nothing else on either side of it. It’s a riverwalk to nowhere.

Anonymous

Taking a nice walk, looking at manatees and boats. It’s a stroll, like you said. Wanna get somewhere then drive a Camaro.

Anonymous

The put a publix in there instead of a trader joe’s, will be dead in 5 years

Anonymous

Ay si
Please, we need diversity in the super market realm.
Pooblix is soooo overrated.
Their deli, sweets, pastries and bread is so 4th World standard

Anonymous

You must work at Trader Joe’s. Cleanup on aisle 6, bring a mop.

Anonymous

Try living in Allapattah and only having LA FAMA Supermaket. Having to drive to Hialeah or Biscayne for a clean grocery store. I will take Publix any day.

Anonymous

Great point. Just like Mary Brickell Village died when they put a Publix instead of an Etsy Joe’s.

Anonymous

You did as much market research as Publix?

Anonymous

ugh… chick-fil-a is disgusting…

Anonymous

Well, I’ve never heard about one of their restaurants in MiamiDade being closed down because of flies and roaches.

Anonymous

Blasphemy!

Anonymous

The most overrated trash. It’s like a middle school cafeteria chicken patty.

Anonymous

The chicken is pretty good, but I support them more for their traditional family values.

Anonymous

“I support them more for their traditional family values?”

Traditional family values?.. you mean like cousins sleeping with one another?

Anonymous

Really? I would send my kids to that Middle School…even if it were public.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Stop it Popeyes!!!

Anonymous

hehehe, I’m hoping Chick-Fil-A opens a lot more locations in Miami Dade.

Anonymous

I hope too I kinda hate we don’t have a lot of them in Miami Dade

Anonymous

You just saying that because they hate minorities or you actually don’t like it?