Full List Of Retail And Restaurants Coming To Brickell City Centre

Brickell City Centre will open later this year with at least 70 shops and restaurants, and tenants will soon begin outfitting their stores.

The five towers above the mall appear to be slightly delayed, but will begin opening over the coming months.

Swire Properties Inc, one of South Florida’s leading international developers of urban real estate, along with retail co-developers Whitman Family Development and Simon Property Group, have announced Brickell City Centre’s long-running list of leased retail tenants set to join the 500,000 square-foot, open-air shopping center under construction in the heart of Brickell.

Following a series of announcements in 2015 revealing more than 30 retailers and eateries coming to the $1.05 billion mixed-use project, the latest collection of new retail tenants features almost 40 luxury brands, international household names, local favorites and first-time Miami flagships.

Notable retailers include Italian fashion house Armani Collezioni, major women’s clothing chain Intermix, and REISS, a modern global fashion brand with an acclaimed celebrity following.

The full list of new tenants is below:


Armani Collezioni
Koko & Palenki
Orlebar Brown
Rhythm of Grace
120% Lino


Audemars Piguet
Designer Eyes
Italia Independent
Kendra Scott
Leetal Kalmanson
Richard Mille


American Harvest
Big Easy Winebar & Grill
Calissons du Roy René
Dr Smood
Luke’s Lobster
Santa Fe
Taco Chic


Bojanini Art Gallery
Brickell Nail Bar
Sean Donaldson Hair

Construction on the shopping center is well underway, with tenants soon to begin outfitting their individual stores. Construction of the condominium, office, and hotel component at Brickell City Centre is nearing completion, with all five towers set to open 2016, prior to the shopping center.

Luxury brands will be located throughout the street-accessible first floor of Brickell City Centre’s retail component. Others will open on the second and third floors, emphasizing premium and contemporary retailers along with a mix of beauty, home decor, jewelry, apparel and other stores. The food and beverage offerings, an integral piece of the Brickell City Centre retail concept, will be situated throughout the fourth floor, offering a mix of fine dining, casual fare and new international brands opening flagships in the U.S.

Brickell City Centre will offer a unique vertical shopping experience, a successful shopping model common in international cities and well-recognized by global travelers.

“As Brickell City Centre nears completion, our shopping center has already solidified its status as an urban shopping metropolis in the heart of the community,” said Debora Overholt, vice president of retail at Swire Properties. “Our multifaceted roster of global luxury and premium brands will no doubt position Brickell City Centre in the forefront of Miami’s retail evolution.”

“Brickell City Centre will introduce a much needed, comprehensive retail market to serve Miami’s discerning shoppers,” said Courtney Lord, vice president of leasing for Whitman Family Development. “These shoppers will appreciate the diverse lineup of high-quality brands and open-air atmosphere of the retail component.”

The shopping center will seamlessly connect with Miami’s key transportation nodes. Swire Properties is incorporating a Miami Metromover stop that exits directly into the shopping center’s third floor to allow easy and convenient access. The shopping center will ease vehicle movement with an expansive two-story underground carpark that traverses streets in the lower level.

“Millions of international visitors are coming to Miami each year seeking a modernized shopping experience,” said Sharon Polonia, executive vice president of leasing at Simon. “Brickell City Centre is meeting this demand with its unparalleled selection of both pre-established and emerging brands, coming to North America for the first time from retail flagship cities throughout the globe.”

The newly revealed brands are fifth in a series of retail announcements for the $1.05 billion mixed-use project. Luxury brands Valentino and Chopard were announced earlier this summer followed by contemporary brands Lululemon, Harmont & Blaine, Cole Haan, Illesteva and OndadeMar, and eateries Pubbelly Sushi, Pasión del Cielo, Quinto La Huella and Sugar. In August, Swire revealed Ted Baker, Agent Provocateur, 100% Capri, Addict, Vilebrequin, APM Monaco, Giuseppe Zanotti Design, La Perla, Bally and Kiton. Lastly, Acqua di Parma, IRO, Stuart Weitzman, Coach, Porsche Design, Michele Lopriore, Mirto, Adolfo Dominguez, Capritouch, Santa Maria Novella, Diptyque and Nest Casa were announced end of 2015.

Leading luxury retailer Saks Fifth Avenue has signed as Brickell City Centre’s anchor tenant and will occupy three floors of the shopping center with street-level access. Brickell City Centre’s two condominium towers, two Class A office buildings, including one almost entirely leased by international law firm, Akerman, and its EAST, Miami Hotel, will also act as anchors for the shopping center, along with a luxury dine-in theater Cinemex.

Lastly, renowned traditional Uruguayan restaurant Quinto La Huella and signature rooftop bar Sugar, will both be opening at Brickell City Centre’s flagship hotel, EAST, Miami.

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5 years ago

I think this is an incredible tenant mix, but I give about half of these their first lease term before moving or exiting market.. Hoping I’m wrong but the market and demographics wont support all of these stores, brands such as Zara would do much better at this location then such niche boutiques with a limited range of product

5 years ago

Unique tenant list. Definitely very different that all other Miami malls. Agree that a few more accessible stores should be added that are more geared to the Brickell market (J. Crew, Starbucks, Hugo Boss), but overall looks like a good line-up so far.

5 years ago

H&M and Zara would absolutely kill it in Brickell. Currently, the only choice for either is to head to Miami Beach or a suburban mall far away.

4 years ago

I thought Zara was going to be there!!! My dreams for a better life are shattered.

4 years ago

zara is going to be there…its on the 2nd level on a far corner 🙂

4 years ago

It will be

Danny Costa
5 years ago

I hope World Center comes up with better retailers than this list.. C’mon now

5 years ago

I agree

5 years ago

The world center is looking like it’s dead though

5 years ago

There’s active construction on the Paramount lot and I doubt they’re just building the tower when it’s a huge part of the MWC.

5 years ago

lol just look at the picture again, BCC brings a lot to the area it will do just fine.

Yet Another Anonymous
5 years ago

Mmm too much of the same high end thing. But this isn’t the “full list” of “70”. Wouldnt get too excited about high end cinema. Remember there will be a more ” accessible” cinema at Met square. And whatever MWC ends up being will undoubtedly be more “normal” but hopefully still not as dumpy as a regular mall in the burbs.

5 years ago

At first I was concerned because I did not see Cinemex on the list. It took reading the whole article but I found it at the very end. Awesome! Can’t wait!

5 years ago

I guess it’s official, no Eataly 🙁

5 years ago

Visited the Chicago location a few months ago and they are rapidly expanding to many other markets (including a second one in NYC). They denied even discussions of one going in Miami. Such a shame, I live in Brickell and have to drive to Broward to find a half decent full-service Italian market.

5 years ago

It’s bizarre they didn’t land here, they would do so well in Brickell.

5 years ago

I know….at least a Dean & Deluca….

5 years ago

Or Harrod’s could be another possibility

5 years ago

I kid you not I was just searching for this and reading about it in another article earlier this morning. I was wondering then if any new retailers were added. A very good list indeed.

5 years ago

No Burger King or Mcdonalds in the dining section ? wth ? 🙁

5 years ago


4 years ago

Burger King is across the street