The Time Century Jewelry Center in downtown Miami is nearing completion, new photos show.
The New York Times ran a report on the project in January, which said that more than 60 leases have already been signed in the new complex.
Opening was expected to begin last month, phased over a 12 month period, the report said.
The former Metro Mall building, which dates to the 1920s, is undergoing a gut renovation to accommodate the new 225,000-square-foot jewelry mall.
Once completed, Time Century will include four floors of luxury jewelry retail and wholesale space as well as four additional floors of offices.
The mall will have glass storefronts, soaring ceilings, a large three-story atrium, new escalators and elevators, and computerized directories. Time Century will be the first luxury high street retail property in Miami’s jewelry & diamond district, its developer has said.
The $50 million renovation is being overseen by architect Kobi Karp, with Yair Levy’s Time Century Holdings LLC the developer.