Photos: Target’s First Ever South Beach Store Is Rising

BLVD at Lenox, a multi-level retail center that will include the first ever Target in Miami Beach, is now rising.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Good for the neighborhood, bad for local businesses.

Also, more car focused retail on South Beach. Pols complain of traffic yet there are thousands of parking spaces under construction.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This urban target is filling a need for south beach.. we need stuff a walmart/target has without paying tourists prices like all these bodegas and such charge.

Anonymous
3 years ago

can you please specify which “local business” this bad for? There aren’t many that sell basic goods like Target does, not on the beach at least. As a matter of fact I can’t think of any that this would hurt.

Anonymous
3 years ago

actually this would reduce the number of trips people on the beach would have to take across the causeway to the mainland. thus reducing traffic.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If Midtown and South Beach can have a Target, why can’t Brickell. There are so many residents here who would love it, me included. To be able to walk and not drive or take public transportation to get your basic necessities would be amazing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

When is target coming to downtown Miami? Former La Epica is a perfect?

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3 years ago

I agree!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why would a suburban shopping destination like Walmart or Target come to downtown?

Do some of you people think before posting?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ever seen the k-mart that is in Manhattan next to Madison Square Garden? how can a kmart fit there but not a target in d-town Miami??

Anonymous
3 years ago

Used to work at Target, the have store formats designed for urban cores. Their flagship store is actually in the middle of downtown Mpls. So I would guess they would come to downtown Miami sooner than later.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Does anyone know when it will open? Thanks!

Anonymous
3 years ago

The top floor placement of glass on the east and southeast sides are cheap and nasty.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Thanks for that info Mr glass expert.

Anonymous
3 years ago

No, just somebody who wants good architecture which follows Vitruvian principles.

Anonymous
3 years ago

No, just somebody who appreciates good architecture which should follow Vitruvian principles.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Sorry, but architecture is ambiguous.

Anon
3 years ago

you can’t see the east side or SE side in these renderings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

From a looking perspective, smartass.