Lululemon Applies To Open Large Store At Miami Worldcenter

Miami Worldcenter has landed another major retailer: Lululemon.

The athleisure brand is already preparing to begin construction on a large new store at the multi-billion dollar development, according to city of Miami construction records.

Lululemon’s submitted the application to begin work at Miami Worldcenter on October 28. The full plans are not yet under review.

According to the filing, Lululemon’s new Worldcenter store will have 35-foot high ceilings and 3,826 square feet of space.

It will be located at Worldcenter’s Block H, where a Sephora is also being built.

Total construction cost for buildout of the new store is estimated at $521,000.

At least four other food and beverage tenants have already signed on for commercial space at Worldcenter, along with Lucid Motors and Bowlero.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Boring. All the same BCC stores.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you expect them to invent new stores or something?

Anonymous
1 month ago

There are plenty of stores that NYC, LA, Seattle, Chicago, DC etc. have that Miami doesn’t.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like? Pretty sure Lululemon is right next to Sephora in Union Square, NYC…just like here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So what? Large cities have multiple locations of the same store near each other… its density driven demand.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What type of brands would you rather see? Asked above and instead of offering solutions / ideas just got downvoted lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another boring version of midtown without miami character.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Midtown has “Miami” character? Hell, does the Design District even have Miami character? It’s mini Beverly Hills and Ginza transplanted south of Buena Vista, a neighborhood that defined Miami’s character.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What brands would you like to see?

Anonymous
1 month ago

There’s actually a boutique home furnishings store opening in the Coaba block – looks like a local business. I think only three or four stores have been announced, let’s wait to see what else is in store. The end product is supposed to be a mix of big luxury brands and local retailers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is 3800 square feet really large? That’s smaller than most of the condos owned by posters here

Anonymous
1 month ago

Classic

Adrian
1 month ago

OH hopefully they have a uniqlo

Anonymous
1 month ago

I hope people will then start to buy their linen shirts..I can’t stand that everyone is wearing t-shirts in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lululemmon, thats where you go to buy lemonade?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Whole Foods please!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

House of Blues.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A Trader Joe’s would be awesome here.

peej
1 month ago

Occupying the southern portion of the 1st Floor of the “Jewel Box” building will be Urban Space, a Food Hall w/ 20 vendors. No specific vendors have been announced yet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Booty booty booty booty rocking everywhere

Anonymous
1 month ago

They’ll round out their tenant list with a Checkers and a Pizza Hut, which will set off a Miami Metrosexual Meltdown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And you’ll want another 7-11 there.

John
1 month ago

What about a Kmart ?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great addition, we should get an Uniqlo, a Downtown Trader Joe’s, Atelier Cologne, Muji and Specialized to name a few!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why not add a Muji at Worldcenter? It would be the first in Florida

Anonymous
1 month ago

They closed all of their stores in Cali and we don’t even have a Uniqlo. Not happening.

Anonymous
1 month ago

As if closing all your stores in Commiefornia is some sort of implication of “not happening.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Regardless, it’s still more pleasant to got shopping in Commiefornia than Klu klux Klansiana.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The point is there’s a shit ton of Asians in Commiefornia and none in Florida.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Amazing! Still hoping for a Equinox

Anonymous
1 month ago

EATALY PLEASE!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

🤌🤌🤌

Anonymous
1 month ago

Went to the one in Boston last week. First time in any Eataly. Not impressed, except for the cannoli.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I don’t see any similarity between the stores and restaurants of Brickell City Center and Miami Worldcenter and I think this is very good for residents of the Brickell and Downtown regions, as both malls are close to each other and can complement each other. As for Lululemon, I also liked it, because there are already many Nike stores in town.

Anonymous
1 month ago

YES. Loving these tenants. Good job Comras, keep em coming

Anonymous
1 month ago

Workdcenter is shaping up nicely!