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First Look: Aventura Mall Opens New Wing, Including 93-Foot Slide

First Look: Aventura Mall Opens New Wing, Including 93-Foot Slide

Aventura Mall’s brand new expansion is now open.

Highlights include an outdoor play area with a giant 93-foot slide (not yet open last week) and a water play area.

Indoors, there is a Zara, Topshop and Blue Bottle Coffee. Opening soon will be Tesla and Joe & the Juice.

Here is a look :

 

 

Water play area:

 

Slide:

outdoor terrace, not yet open:

art:

food court:

tesla:

blue bottle coffee:

joe & the juice:

floors are not marble, unlike many of asia’s new luxury malls:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

“floors are tile, unlike the marble used in many of asia’s new luxury malls”

Well. Excuse me your majesty!!!

AndrewN
AndrewN

The floor looks like Terrazzo tile. It’s not ceramic.

SakFive
SakFive

Went to Aventura last weekend and this floor looks cheap vs. the old Aventura floor. There’s no smooth connection between the “old” and, according to the developer, this “new” wing. I was expecting much more specially due to the time it took them to build this “new” wing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I hope the trend continues in Dadeland

Anonymous
Anonymous

93 foot tall waterless slide? what could possibly go wrong.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I laughed at the instructions. You know they’ll be a couple of dare devil morons doing what they do.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I remember when slides needed no instructions.

Hello
Hello

Back in 82. When this was allllllllll orange fields *gesticulates wildly*

Anonymous
Anonymous

The original is in Basel (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitra_Rutschturm). I guess that the German designer hasn’t experienced a metal slide in the Miami summer.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Aventura mall is getting better.. best mall in North Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“floors are tile, unlike the marble used in many of asia’s new luxury malls”

Durrr, It looks like marble tile.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Marble would be nice but you don’t need the extra expense we are not in Asia.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We don’t need the nicer things in life. Our best days are behind, and should let China, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc. take the helm. That’s why Arquitectonica and Stantec, with their boxes and cheap shifty window grids, are the greatest architects ever. /sarcasm end

Please… What a defeatist attitude!

District Worker
District Worker

Pretty floors. Reminds me of Terminal 5 at Heathrow.