Opening Ceremonies For Brickell City Centre Mall This Week

Update: See the first pictures inside of the mall

 

Brickell City Centre will be holding a series of events this week to mark the opening of the project’s retail center.

Some events are strictly by invitation only. Tomorrow (Tuesday, November 1), members of the media will be getting a tour of the mall and BCC’s anchor tenant, Saks Fifth Avenue. On Wednesday night, there will be performances and a “lighting” of the $30m Climate Ribbon.

Members of the public are invited to the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, November 3 at 9:45 AM. The mall will officially open to shoppers at 10 AM, with the first of a rotating DJ Series beginning at 12 PM on that day.

 

Full list of retailers:

Anchors
Cinemex
Italian Food Hall
Saks Fifth Avenue

Apparel
100% Capri
120% Lino
Addict
Adolfo Dominguez
Agent Provocateur
Armani Collezioni
BDBA
Boglioli
Chobard
Cole Haan
Crocus Studio
Hugo Boss
In-Sight
Intermix
Kiton
koko & Palenki
Lafayette 148
Live!
Lululemon
Onda De Mar
Mirto
Orlebar Brown
Reiss
Pinko
Rhythm of Grace
Sportsaction
Stitched
Suit Supply
Sundek
Ted Baker
Tommy Bahama
Victorias Secret
Vilebrequin

Fashion & Accessories
Acqua Di Parma
APM Monaco
Audemars Piguet
Baldinini
Bally
Bath & Body Works
Bruno Magli
Capritouch
Carmen Steffens
Caudalie
Coach
Designers Eyes
Diptyque
Font
Giuseppe Zanotti
Illesteva
Harmont & Blaine
IRO
Italia Independent
Kendra Scott
Kreations
Leetal Kalmanson
Michele Lopriore
NARS
Nest Casa
Pandora
Porsche Design
Richard Mille
Samsonite
Santa Maria Novella
Sephora
Stuart Weitzman
Violetas/Baccarat
Westime

Arts & Services
At&t
Bojanini Art Gallery
Brickell Nail Bar
Musart
Sean Donaldson Hair
Sparis

Dining
American Harvest
Calissons Du Roy Rene
Davids teas
Dr. Smood
Haagen-Daaz
Luke’s Lobster
Pasion Del Cielo
Pubbelly Sushi
Quinto La Huella
Santa Fe
Taco Chic
Sugar

 

renderings, real pictures coming shortly:

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Under 50% of stores will be open this weeked, push is to be fully open before thanksgiving. We will see. Go BCC!

Marc305
4 years ago

Does anyone know when Cinemex is opening?

Anonymous
4 years ago

What a great project this has been.. and before this Mary Brickell.. both changed Brickell area forever.

aceraroja
4 years ago

Maybe they can eventually knock that cheesy strip center down and build something more attractive. But I guess we do need places for beeper stores and fast-casual restaurants.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Apple ?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Apple is being built out as we speak but won’t be officially open and announced until 1st quarter of 2017.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Rather have a Micrsoft store. Their Surface line is amazing… Apple is a subproduct for sheeps. I know you sheeps will take it personal and thumb this down lol

Anonymous
4 years ago

I’m with you I have a surface pro 3 and I own imac and I love my surface way more and studio looks awesome.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Are you replying to yourself? Little troll! As much as you try no one likes what you sell at your empty stores.

Rod
4 years ago

The real losers are the people that try to judge others because they chose one brand over another. It’s just a cell phone. Are we going to start judging people because they chose Sony over Samsung, Crest over Colgate, Coke over Pepsi, etc, etc? You sound ridiculous, grow up.

Anonymous
4 years ago

What does this have to do with this article? Little troll! Also, you should learn to spell the brand you are trying to push on this site and others.

¯\\_(ツ)_/¯
4 years ago

Can’t wait to check it out. Bravo!

Movies
4 years ago

Has anyone heard when Cinemex will open?

Anonymous
4 years ago

No. But I hear AMC 37 will be opening late 2018 right by the river, down from Jose Marti Park. Can’t hardly wait.

Anonymous
4 years ago

With all-you-can-eat pork belly pop corn and bottomless Matervas.

Anonymous
4 years ago

congratulations…swire is a class act

Anonymous
4 years ago

Any news on One Brickell City Center tower? which is phase 2 of the project

Yet Another Anonymous
4 years ago

I can’t wait to eat at “Italian Food Hall”

aceraroja
4 years ago

Lol, I don’t get why they are dragging this out so much. Like what else is there but Eataly in a development like this? Anything else will be a sad copy. What’s cool is unlike in NYC where it’s 100% tourists, we may actually be able to pleasantly shop there for actual food.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Agreed. I can’t imagine it being anyone else but Eatly. Miami is a common sense expansion for them and the location is perfect. I know someone who is pretty well connected in the Italian food industry, and he is of the opinion that its Eatly.

WaitingForMaSiwon
4 years ago

I’m so excited for this! I literally live across the street. I will be hanging out here a ton

Anonymous
4 years ago

Does anyone know what percentage of retail will be open this weekend? Will all of the anchors be ready?

Anonymous
4 years ago

I know the Italian Food Hall is still just a shell.

Marc
4 years ago

Just name the Italian Food Hall already!!! I’m tired of having to drive up to Broward to find a TRUE Italian market!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Oh dear, just fly to Rome. Its lovely this time of year.

aceraroja
4 years ago

All joking aside, I think this probably be Miami’s most considered retail development. It will serve a range of people from locals to tourists, middle income to rich, has food, cafes (even if they’re bad but whatever), a cinema, a market, dept stores and local boutiques… it will really enhance the livability of downtown as a whole. With the population that lives and works above and around it, these passages should be bustling at all hours. And having the retail also open to the street will tie it into the city.

What I’m trying to say is I like it. ?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Too bad the grand opening isn’t a day earlier to coincide with Trump’s rally in Bayfront Park at noon. It would have been the biggest crowd downtown has seen in years for a weekday.

IloveMiami
4 years ago

Most of the high-end stores will be closed within two years.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Are you referring to the Design District stores?

aceraroja
4 years ago

Oh for sure. Miami doesn’t have enough rich assholes who waste their scammed fortunes on outrageously expensive clothing and jewelry. Yep definitely no market for it.