Two new tenants have been signed at Miami Worldcenter, bringing the retail space to over 90% leased.
The Container Store leased 15,681 square feet of space on the ground floor of Worldcenter’s Block D-East located at 850 NE 2nd Avenue, Unit D-129.
Sweet Paris Creperie & Café will occupy 2,330 square feet on the ground floor of Miami Worldcenter’s Block CD-West located at 851 NE 1st Avenue, Unit C-105.
Worldcenter has a total of 300,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, and entertainment space.
Recently openings at Worldcenter include Brasserie Laurel, Chug’s Express, and El Vecino Cigar & Cocktail Bar; lululemon, Sephora, and Ray-Ban; the citizenM Miami Worldcenter hotel; and a Lucid Motors electric vehicle showroom and service center.
Announced tenants set to open over the next year include restaurants Juvia, Chicago’s Maple & Ash, Earls Kitchen + Bar, Serafina, Sixty Vines, and a dual-concept location for BurgerFi/Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza & Wings; along with dining and entertainment concepts Sports & Social and Bowlero; a permanent location for the Museum of Ice Cream; and other concepts including Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty, Club Studio, and Posman Books.
Retail leasing at Miami Worldcenter is led by CIM Group, and The Comras Company.