Chipotle Will Open At SLS Lux Across From Brickell City Centre In Early 2020

Chiptole is coming to Brickell in early 2020.

The company announced that they have signed a lease to open at the base of the SLS Lux tower, across from Brickell City Centre.

“We are excited for Chipotle to expand into the Brickell market and the space at SLS Lux offered a great location in the center of the action,” said Craig Fetherston of The Shopping Center Group, who represented Chipotle in the lease.

This will be Chipotle’s first location in Miami’s urban core.

Chipotle will be taking the corner space totaling 2,095 square feet, complete with wrap-around outdoor seating.

Other new tenants were also announced for the SLS Lux retail space, which totals 11,500 square feet.

Italian specialty pizzeria Bellillo, which currently has three locations across Europe, and Ojo de Agua, a fresh, health foods concept expanding from Mexico will be opening there, as well as Kaori Sushi.

Bellillo will occupy just under 1,500 square feet. The menu will serve up an array of starters and authentic Neapolitan pizzas with creative toppings. The pizzeria first opened in London before expanding to Barcelona and Napoli.

Ojo de Agua opened its first location in Mexico City in 2013. This will mark the concept’s first location to open in the U.S.

Meanwhile, Miami favorite Kaori Sushi has decided to relocate from its original location in Brickell at 1250 S Miami Ave. and expand its space by an additional 2,500 square feet. The popular Asian concept will have its own entrance on the building’s ground level with a private elevator that takes patrons to the mezzanine level.

The brokerage team of Zach Winkler, JLL South Florida Retail Market Lead, and Jonathan Rosen, Senior Associate, along with Hernan Gleizer of Optimar International, represented the landlord, LUX SMA Retail Corner, LLC, in the lease negotiations. On the tenant rep side, Craig Fetherston and Brian Fetherston of The Shopping Center Group represented Chipotle, Maurizio Galle of Avenue Real Estate Partners advised Bellillo, and Julian Acosta with Keller Williams represented Ojo de Agua.

According to JLL’s Florida Retail Report, occupancy rates in Miami-Dade County were up significantly across the board, with occupancy rates in the Brickell submarket at 98.3%. Asking rents in Brickell stand at $118 per square foot, the report says.

 

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Anonymous

OMG OMG OMG FINALLY!!!!!

ALSO A SPECIAL REQUEST: PLEASE DON’T CLOSE AT 10PM PLEASE EXTEND HOURS UNTIL 1 OR 2AM.

Anonymous

New Pregame spot

Anonymous

Looks like I’m going to have to renew my lease and stick around Brickell for another year.

Anonymous

same here. I was thinking more north.

Anonymous

What about Pie Wei…they usually go together

Anonymous

Almost as exciting as a Chick-Fil-A.

Moon Over Miami

A “Jack in the Box” would make me move to Brickell.
Once I have a heart attack I can take the metro to the hospital.

Just Kidding….
I’ll take uber….lol

Anonymous

I’m going to say what everyone else is thinking….WE NEED MORE TACO BELLS!!!!!!

Anonymous

I can’t say that I eat at Chipotle’s on a regular basis, but the few times that I have gone there, it was always a pleasant experience. I am glad to see they are opening in Brickell, now if we could just have a Pollo Tropical we would be all set 🙂

Anonymous

i know this is a troll comment because you just compared Chipotle to Pollo Tropical.

Anonymous

Excuse me. Tropical Bawk Bawk’s cilantro garlic on top of a bit of chicken and yucca is amazing, thank you very much.

Anonymous

Not trolling at all, and not comparing either. I like both that’s all.

Anonymous

omg a troll !!!

Anonymous

I love Pollo!!! I just wish they made a location that was presentable and not ghetto AF.

Anonymous

The one in Hollywood is not ghetto at all. They could do the same in Brickell and I guarantee you it would be packed with people.

Anonymous

nicheeee

Anonymous

Pls stay open till 5am

Anonymous

Would be great to leave the bars and get a bowl as you stumble home

Anonymous

& pick up another beer for the walk home.. ha

Anonymous

IT’S ABOUT TIME!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous

Miami winning!

Anonymous

With chickens roaming around in the city.. Um no!

Anonymous

This is great! I love the one off food eatery’s commonly seen in Brickell but having some traditional national fast food options brings great synergy to the neighborhood. I know they are opening a chick fil in downtown at Central Fare but another in Brickell would be sweet. Bring Panera Bread, Jamba Juice, Raising Cane’s, Five Guys, In-N-Out, Mccallisters, etc.

Anonymous

I’ve never seen an In-n-out outside of Cali and I’ve never seen a McAlisters outside of Texas. I’ve DEFINITELY never seen either in Miami so they probably won’t be coming soon.

Anonymous

East coast will never see an In-n-out. Maybe a Wahlburgers.

Anonymous

I was just in Austin Tx and had In N Out.

Anonymous

McAlisters in Doral and Ft.Lauderdale now .

Anonymous

There’s a brand new Mc Allisters in Plantation. Great selections.

Anonymous

in texas they have them,

Anonymous

In-n-out is currently only in Cali, Texas, Utah, Arizona and Nevada so not happening soon. They have a McAlisters in Doral so this is more likely.

Anonymous

Oh yes!!! Raising Cane’s is AMAZING!! And the special sauce is to die for.

Anonymous

gross

Anon

Bring Culver’s to downtown!

Anonymous

So much for the “Luxe”………

Anonymous

thought the same

Anonymous

that Japanese restaurant in the SLS is crazy expensive

Anonymous

So is every Katsuya across the globe….

Anonymous

Way out of their league.
Not going there again

Anonymous

They would rather that space be rented out instead of empty

Anonymous

#SAD but true.
The fast food goes accross the street from PF Chengs and Capital “baby’s first credit card” One.
The Lux restaurants, Katsuya & SBar face Brickell Citycentre, the other stuff is over with the 7-11 and Mary Brickell Village.

KRR

The Next Miami has been taking a lot of brakes this month.. More content please!

Anonymous

Yeah it looks like it’s a twice a week kinda thing now.
Shame
I got used to the Mon-Thu

Anonymous

breakfast, lunch, dinner I will be eating here every day. I can’t wait! Target store next!! Thank You, developers.

Anonymous

You mean, you can’t cook anything?

Anonymous

who lives in Brickell and uses their kitchens?

Anonymous

Everyday and I live 500 Brickell

Anonymous

i heard all the Brickell nimbys are @ 500 Brickell?

Anonymous

omg you need to get a life

Anonymous

What’s going on with these sporadic updates??? No bueno

Anonymous

Honestly, I think news has slowed down or something

Geo

My prayers have finally been answered

Anonymous

Man, aren’t you easy to please.

Anonymous

Just when you thought your day couldn’t get any better. Winning the lotto and now this!

Anonymous

You won the lotto?

Anonymous

at $118 per sq ft, how much is ,my burrito going to cost ?????

Anonymous

Dont worry everyone is getting rid of human labor and replacing humans with robots. That way we dont have to worry about your cousin calling out sick

Anonymous

It will only cost you whatever one trip to the hospital for e-coli infection costs.

Anonymous

after your deductible is met !!

Anonymous

THANK GOD!!!!

Justin Tyler

Curious about what they are paying per square foot. Does anyone have some inside info?

Anonymous

YA ERA HORA!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous

Chipotle? How lux.

Anonymous

This is perfect! Now for all those who truly should be living at SLS Brickell because they cannot afford it can save a few bucks by eating at Chipotle.

Anonymous

Oh boy , it’s going to start coming out like lava in Brickell now ?

Anonymous

Truly this is a joke post. “World class Brickell finally home to eatery available in every suburban strip mall”

Anonymous

Keyword “Suburban”. No one wants to drive to Chipotle or order on uberEats because no one wants a cold burrito. Ever heard of Live, Work, Play? Walkability? Or have you only heard of Live, Drive, Stress?

Anonymous

I’m glad this is a walkable option downtown now, I just think it’s ridiculous it’s a big deal because it’s a ubiquitous chain.

Anonymous

Everyone clearly understands chipotle is ubiquitous. For people who live and work in the area, its just nice to have several sub-$12 lunches.

Anonymous

Who could ever say no to mass market ecoli?

Anonymous

Now, I had to laugh at that!

Anonymous

ROTFL

Anonymous

Brickell has a very suburban vibe. so homogenous boring. no grit. nothing interested. all the same. that’s a suburb kids get a grip

Anonymous

are you confusing brickell with weston? how many beers did you drink?

Anonymous

Brickell has unique things like a Yakutian diamond store. It’s a glittering center of global capitalism. That’s why being excited about a chain store that blankets America there is ridiculous.

Anonymous

Wow, name ONE suburb in the world to have a Manrarin Oriental AND Four Seasons AND East Hotel AND JW Marriott.

When I walk along the Brickell Waterfront and stop in at Cipriani for a drink, I pinch myself for how lucky I am to live in such a neighborhood with such a clean incredible vibe.

Anonymous

Houston tx

Anonymous

yes because Houston tx has a waterfront… lmao

Anonymous

Who are you trying to be? You think you are too special to eat at Chipotle just because you live in a “luxury” apartment in Brickell? It’s okay to live outside your special bubble.

Anonymous

you had a bad day?

Anonymous

Chipotle is yummy. Announcing a Chipotle like it’s a triumph is something a cow town in the Midwest would do, not a site dedicated to the greatness of future Miami.

Anonymous

MIami is so low class it is unbelievable. i agree

Brick Hell

Brickell need a Waffle House and a Bass Pro Shops.

Anonymous

well NYC has both of these?

Anonymous

At least SLS has nice bathrooms for all the food poisoning at Chipotle – poop poop

Anonymous

WOW, FANCY!

Anonymous

what about empanadas and pastelitos? they should have a place that sell those in Brickell

Anonymous

Latin Cafe

Anonymous

What are you talking about? All of Miami is a Latin Café.

Anonymous

More like flea market. The last thing we need is another glorified taco truck. The fact Chipotle does it better than those “authentic” places tells you something.

Anonymous

We need a dollar store in Brickell,very badly and a place where they sell hot dogs

Anonymous

7-Eleven has you covered

Anonymous

No way
Too expensive.
I’ll be joyous when they open up El Rey de las Fritas

Anonymous

Uh, where do you live in Brickell?

Anonymous

move to Hialeah