Expansion Of Mary Brickell Village To Add New Shake Shack Building

Permitting is underway to add a new building at Mary Brickell Village.

According to a filing with Miami-Dade requesting a utilities hookup, the new building will be 2,890 square feet.

Last month, Mary Brickell Village announced that Shake Shack would be constructing a new standalone building at the east end of the shopping center. Completion is scheduled for summer 2018.

Other new tenants coming to the shopping center include North Italia, Dirt, and Raw Juice, according to The Real Deal.

 

Mary Brickell Village Welcomes Shake Shack As New Tenant

Mary Brickell Village adds high-end burger chain, Shake Shack, to their list of restaurants as part of a comprehensive renovation program.

“I am confident that Shake Shack will be embraced by the Miami community and feel right at home in Mary Brickell Village.”
NOVEMBER 09, 2017

Mary Brickell Village, the urban lifestyle center featuring grocery, dining, shopping, and entertainment in the heart of Brickell, welcomes Shake Shack, the modern day “roadside” burger stand, as a new tenant opening summer of 2018. RKF, the exclusive retail leasing agent at Mary Brickell Village, brokered an agreement for Shake Shack to lease a brand new 2,980 SF stand-alone building on the east parcel of the center.

Shake Shack is known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers and chicken sandwiches (no added hormones or antibiotics – ever), griddled flat-top dogs, fresh-made frozen custard and crispy crinkle cut fries. A fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal, Shake Shack has earned a cult-like following around the world and is continuing to grow in popularity in South Florida- making this their fourth location in the region and first in the Brickell Area.

“Shake Shack will activate and bring energy to the to the east courtyard – and do what they do – create a destination and a great place to hang out. This aligns well with the existing vibe of Mary Brickell Village and will take it to the next level.” John Ellis, Senior Director of RKF, who represents the landlord in the transaction said, “Shake Shack is approachable, socially conscious and resonates with the local neighborhood, the daily business crowd and tourist visitors alike. I am confident that Shake Shack will be embraced by the Miami community and feel right at home in Mary Brickell Village.”

Mary Brickell Village is one of the most popular downtown destinations, attracting locals and visitors to its diverse list of retail offerings, including upscale bars and eateries and anchored by Publix and LA Fitness. The property is composed of two parcels divided by S. Miami Avenue, spanning two blocks sandwiched between 9th and 10th Street. The property can also be accessed via Miami Metrorail at Brickell Station and by the Metromover. It is well known for its exciting nightlife scene and holiday promotional events. Shake Shack’s addition to the property is part of a larger plan to enhance the offerings and atmosphere at Mary Brickell Village.

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About Mary Brickell Village
Mary Brickell Village is an urban oasis of shopping, dining and nightlife tucked away in the heart of Miami’s vibrant Brickell corridor. Spanning two city blocks, boasting nearly 200,000 square feet of retail space and over 800 parking spaces in a seven-level garage, this open-air hub moves with the rhythms of Miami. Eclectic boutiques and exclusive shops bustle by day. Come sundown, great eateries, lively bars and an intimate village vibe attract locals eager to decompress in a casual, and yet, thoroughly cosmopolitan setting. Mary Brickell Village has fast-become the social center of Miami, embracing the city’s youthful exuberance with a breezy charm that’s impossible to resist. This is where people gather for a well-earned break from the high-rises and high-speed pace of Miami. It just happens to be conveniently located right in the heart of it all.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

why don’t they just bulldoze the whole thing and build it anew. Crappy 80-ies design and not worth a Miami on the world stage!

Anonymous
3 years ago

It was built in 2006 and is quite successful. What are you talking about? If you want your [current year] hipsterlicious design, go to Met Square or CityPlace Doral. Both look awful.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just because it was built in 2006 and being successful doesn’t make it better. It looks like a cheap strip-mall. If Miami wants to be a world class City MBV just doesn’t cut it. What is a hipster anyway?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Miami Suburban Mentality Still prevails

Anonymous
3 years ago

If we don’t get Amazon, at least we got a nice consolation price in Shake Shack. Wooooo Hooooo!!!!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

MBV design is horrible.
Why the activity, cafes, pubs havevto be in an enclosed area?
All that should be street level, with the outdoor cafes, and city life facing the streets.
Horrible and pathetic design and development.

Anonymous
3 years ago

agree, its all closed in

Anonymous
3 years ago

Typical American quasi city design. This would never work in Europe where the activity is on the street visible as you walk by. Basically to me MBV is a glorified enclosed mall with a few pubs tucked in hiding.

Marc306
3 years ago

Funny how BCC is designed in the exact same manner and people whack off to it non-stop here

Anonymous
3 years ago

Funny… and these are some of the same people who complained about Coco Walk.

Anonymous
3 years ago

true it looks cheap, but that’s, I guess, the way to attract suburbans and give life to the area…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I never understood the hype over Shake Shack. For those prices, I’d rather eat Five Guys and get five times as much bang for your buck. Still, it’s far better than BurgerFi.

Also, Mary Brickell Village needs Chipotle like yesterday.

Anonymous
3 years ago

How Chipotle isn’t already here blows my mind.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ive spoken to the rep for chipotle and they’ve had two deals fall apart in brickell and one downtown; just as they transfer from LOI to lease they get pushed out by someone willing to pay more. Just bad luck but they are looking all over miami and south beach for locations

Anonymous
3 years ago

How hard can it be? They are one of the most popular chains in the country. If Abuela’s Laundry and Check Cashing can find a place in the city, why can’t they?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not to mention all the 7-Elevens frequented by the local homeless, and Subways which smell worse than a bum a mile away.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It is all the same crap to make people fat. Buy some veggies and do a healthy meal at home and then you can walk by that building and see people get fat while you exercise.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’d rather go all the way and move to Ocala to grow my own veggies on a farm if I want to make my life that miserable.

Anonymous
3 years ago

sounds like your life is already miserable if you prefer Shake Shack to a nice healthy meal at home … Start eating healthy at home and you may see the changes that you need.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I make my own half pound hamburgers at home for $2 apiece.

Saves me money versus eating out, but I still get the muscle building meat proteins to beat up annoying vegetarians.

Anonymous
3 years ago

And the meathead bully spoke lol

Danny Costa
3 years ago

Shake Shack is the shizz. What are you talking about

Anthony
3 years ago

Considering were about the lose Burger King down the street.. Ill take shake shack!

Bugsy
3 years ago

Shake Shack cheese burgers are so good I bought stock.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah BurgerFi is awful.

Marc306
3 years ago

Thank you. I’d rather postmates Five Guys than walk downstairs to overpay for shake shack.

Lololol
3 years ago

You need to find another job if you can’t afford 5.69 burgers.. Lolol

Anonymous
3 years ago

Clearly, you fail to see my point. My point was I’d rather spend as much for more at Five Guys with commensurate quality. Hell, Burger King’s Farmhouse King is better than gloried Royal Castle with milkshakes in NYC’s Michael Bloomberg-approved pee cup sizes.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Where exactly in MBV is this being built?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I prefer Le Sandwicherie

Anonymous
3 years ago

never really understood all the fuss over shake you down shack…alot of $$$$$$$$….. pretty routine burger……

Anonymous
3 years ago

Here’s a revolutionary idea: How about those that like Shake Shack continue to patronize them and those who enjoy a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle continue to pursue one, without lambasting, criticizing, and demeaning the other. The one constant I notice on this blog is the zeal with which people want to promote their philosophies, likes/dislikes, aesthetics et al all the while dismissing that of others. There seem to be some people here who have a MIGHTY and I mean mighty sense of self-importance, as if their opinion is the only one that matters and everyone else is merely an unsophisticated rube or boujee hipster with access to a keyboard. In short, live and let live

Anonymous
3 years ago

Believe me, I was thinking the same thing as I read these comments. Trust me, if you’re really, really hungry, you’ll eat a sandwich from your local 7-eleven. Plus, if you don’t like Mary Brickell Village, then don’t go, other people who do won’t miss you!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Still don’t understand where this building will be built? East side would be where Perricones/Balans is.Also, Raw Juice and Dirt are already open

Anthony
3 years ago

Theres a chunk of land between the existing buildings adjacent to the street.. Theyve put art there in the past..

Add
3 years ago

Behind perricones where the statue used to be, all there is now is an open walkeay ping pong table and sime seating, so in between perricones and baru