Construction Underway On 215K Square Foot Esplanade At Aventura Mall

Seritage has commenced construction on Esplanade at Aventura, which will become part of the Aventura Mall complex.

The project will include three levels totaling 215,000 square feet of retail, entertainment and dining. A parking garage is also being built.

To make way for the new complex, a Sears store was demolished last year. Although the old Sears was connected to the Aventura mall, it is owned separately.

SB Architects and Rockwell are designing the project.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

You really can’t have too many esplanades.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This mall keeps getting bigger an bigger! I can bet it’s to stay competitive with all the new retail and it’s biggest threat American dream mall Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Two different markets. It’s Sawgrass Mills and the Dolphin Mall who should be concerned.

Anonymous
2 years ago

we keep getting more entertainment options in every area of miami dade county. in a few years miami will be much more than just brickell,wynwood and south beach

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami is already more then just those 3, south Miami, coral gables n downtown, add in midtown/design district too

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami probably has 25 entertainment options lol

Rant on how I really feel lol
2 years ago

That entire area(mall and surrounding complexes) is congested beyond belief…this is only going to get worse.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well don’t go simple as that

Anonymous
2 years ago

Thanks grandpa

More traffic than the good ole days

Anonymous
2 years ago

Haha, who cares about urban planning, right?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great argument, call someone a grandma… Anyways when it comes to public safety, public infrastructure, etc. congestion is a concern.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah obviously the growth of the area is great but the fact that it is not directly off I95 means it’s a traffic nightmare. Ives Dairy and Miami Gardens Dr have local retail, residential, train crossings, school zone traffic which combined with the traffic heading to Aventura means there are afternoons where it can take 30 min+ just to get from Biscayne to 95. So the issue is not about longtime residents complaining but the transportation infrastructure needing to keep up with the development in order for continued growth to be viable.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Is this going to even connect to the mall or will this just be a separate stand alone esplanade that you get to from the parking lot?

Anonymous
2 years ago

theres already an esplanade around the corner where the theatre is.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They just continue with the out-dated suburban mentality.

Ivanna Mijangos
1 year ago

Is there any vacant stores to lease ?