Photos: Sneak Peek Inside New Publix At Brightline’s 3 MiamiCentral In Downtown Miami

At Brightline’s 3 MiamiCentral, a new Publix store is nearing completion.

The 3 MiamiCentral supermarket will be much smaller than a typical Publix, with just 27,935 square feet of store area, along with a 400 square foot cafe area.

The population of the area is expanding significantly.

Three separate major projects are planned across the street from 3 MiamiCentral, including the 41-story Miami Station, Block 55, and Block 45.

Those three towers alone will have 1,431 apartments.

Two apartment tower with over 800 units were also recently completed at MiamiCentral, and there are thousands of additional units either recently completed or under construction within walking distance.

A shopping center with multiple levels of retail is also planned across the street from the new Publix at Block 55.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
4 days ago

They delay it until all those apartments near it started to open lol

Anonymous
4 days ago

As they should have. Do you know any other way they could’ve done it better?

Anonymous
4 days ago

no i support this and makes sense also some folks from brickell will visit it too because those three brickell publixs stay packed

Anonymous
4 days ago

why does it look like its straight out of the 70s

Anonymous
4 days ago

That’s because you look at everything with a 1970’s mindset.

Anonymous
4 days ago

they could use some alternative branding in this location for sure

s.k
1 minute ago

I agree. I go to Publix Mary Brickell Village and it feels very outdated, and from what I see, it seems that’s their current Brand’s design. So I guess I shouldn’t expect a reimagined Publix anytime soon.

Anonymous
4 days ago

hope the staff makes pub subs ordered online and dont look miserable and move slow

Anonymous
4 days ago

But if you’re ordering online?.. ehhhh forget it.

Azarius
4 days ago

Publix need a design revamp. This is a plus to the area. Should be popular once Brightline resume.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Publix needs major tube up.
It’s a boring supermarket
Deli is so mundane

Anonymous
4 days ago

Deli is the only reason to go to Publix—other than their deli they got the same crap Walmart carries but with a 30% markup.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Really? It’s obvious you’ve never been to a real deli before

Anonymous
3 days ago

You mean one with rats running across the floor or a dead guy in the back freezer? No thanks.

Anonymous
3 days ago

It’s obvious you’re a little douche

Anonymous
3 days ago

Publix matches prices, although is it worth the hassle? Conversely, a shopping trip at Walmart is like going to hell and back. Take your trade-off.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Awesome

Anonymous
4 days ago

The interior looks just like the one in Young Circle Hollywood.

Anonymous
4 days ago

1975

Anonymous
4 days ago

Yeah, and all Home Depots basically have the same interior look, so….

Anonymous
4 days ago

They took so long to build it that the design is already dated. In 6 weeks since the last post of TNM all they did was hang up some frames and remove the painters tarps

Anonymous
4 days ago

its the same as all publix…they need updated designs

Anonymous
4 days ago

looks just like another Publix

Anonymous
4 days ago

What do you expect?.. it is another PUBLIX!!!

Anonymous
3 days ago

Why do I need to see the inside of a Publix Supermarket? Haven’t we seen them all?

Anonymous
3 days ago

Because when TNM reports on meaningful projects in Broward the Miamimaniacs go apeshit.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Publix is publix and always will be publix. Publix beats all supermarkets in my opinion. At least you’re getting one that’s convenient to shop in.

Anonymous
7 hours ago

I love the Prez (Presidente)!!!

Anonymous
4 days ago

For all of you moaning about the interior design just know that they recently demo’d and rebuilt my local Publix from the ground up which includes so many functional issues it makes me think it’s the first time they’ve ever built a store.

Anonymous
3 days ago

It actually looks good.

Anonymous
3 days ago

What’s with the flag? To remind folks they are stateside while working? I don’t get it. Or perhaps there is an international sports competition in progress?

Anonymous
3 days ago

Just what we need another Publix in Miami. This could have been a great location for a Milam’s Market or any other Supermarket name, not Publix!

Anonymous
3 days ago

Weee a Publix
Enough nonsense.
It is time to open again. Planes are flying.
To still be closed WPB, FTL, Miami is ridiculous.

Anonymous
4 days ago

They must be trying to push customers into curbside pickup or home delivery with these drab store interiors.

Anonymous
4 days ago

I thought the idea was to go in there and shop, not go in there and stop.

Anonymous
4 days ago

This Publix has taken 47 years something clearly is up internally

Anonymous much better than this pomo crap
4 days ago

Boring.

Anonymous
4 days ago

As long as I’m in an out quickly, I really don’t giveadamn.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Probably the same crap they sell at all Publix.
It’s so tired and boring.

Anonymous
3 days ago

“Probably the same crap they sell at all Publix”

Sigh… do you go to El Presidente to buy plywood?

Anonymous
3 days ago

ahhh yeah.. that’s the idea genius.