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Italian Marketplace Opening Soon At Brickell City Centre As Foot Traffic Picks Up

The first of two food halls at Brickell City Centre will soon open.

Casa Tua Cucina, which will offer Northern Italian food inside the Saks Fifth Avenue, has posted signs that they are now hiring employees.

Also opening soon and now hiring is Zara, which will be spread over two levels at the east end of the mall.

At the north end, the massive La Centrale Italian food hall is under construction.

Developer Swire Properties recently released an interim earnings report stating that the mall was 88% occupied. Swire also upwardly revised the value of a put option owned by Bal Harbour Shops, which allows them to sell a 14.75% stake back to Swire exercisable from the second anniversary of opening.

 

zara now hiring:

mac recently opened in a glass space that hangs above southwest 7th street:

pasion del cielo coffee under construction:

construction at la centrale italian food hall appears to be behind:

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Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Get air conditioning before the Italian cheeses get melted by the heat!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Affordable prices?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Burger King is across the street.

Anonymous
Anonymous

OK, how about reasonable?

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Shops at Mary Brickell Village?

AndrewN
AndrewN

Zara is affordable.

Actually Read
Actually Read

Went to the Big Easy Wine Bar at the mall..excellent happy hour and beautiful venue

Anonymous
Anonymous

Affordable prices? My family love Pasion del Cielo it’s better than STURBUCKS😉 ☕🍰

Anonymous
Anonymous

Versailles is better than Starbucks at a fraction of the price

Anonymous
Anonymous

Zara should do very well…Pasion del cielo too. Doubtful the market can handle two food halls though.

Marc305
Marc305

“Opening Soon”… My guess is first quarter 2018.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If they bring in the right mix and the variety needed it should draw a crowd but if they stick with the ubiquitous pastelitos and croquetica Miami culture…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yay! Love Pasion del Cielo… 🙂

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