Plans Filed For Italian Food Hall At Brickell City Centre (Updated)

Plans for the Italian market and food hall at Brickell City Centre were filed with Miami’s building department this week.

The market will span three floors and 38,386 square feet of space, the permit states. Construction will cost $9 million.

The permit has not yet been completed or pulled.

RCC Associates is listed as the contractor.

 

Update: Swire Properties says that the name of the food hall will not be Mercato Italia (which is the name written on the construction permit.)

The mall’s website lists the name as La Centrale.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Hopefully they’re still on time for delivery for September!

Anonymous
4 years ago

And nobody noticed the second to last picture has a toolbox that says “f*ck trump” on it?

Or did they?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Love it! Cheeto Hitler is the worst.

Joe
4 years ago

I’m excited I know the one in Manhattan on 14th street Union Square is real nice.

Marc305
4 years ago

Bellissimo e delizioso. Yum!

IloveMiami
4 years ago

Didn’t many of you say this was going to be an Eataly?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Whole food is a way better option , and with easier access !!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Update: the name will be La Centrale Italian Food Hall!

Anonymous
3 years ago

I can’t wait, this is going to be amazing

Afi K. James
3 years ago

I Would love to see carlos bakery built in the brickell city centre.

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

9 million dollars to build a place to sale pizza, wine, bread,cheeses, olive oil etc?

Hoping for summer to come and see that at some point BCC will realize that they need to enclose the common areas get better flooring and GET AIR CONDITION it’s Miami for God’s sake!!!!

Hope the heat of the summer in the common areas don’t damage the fancy Italian cheeses and a pungent smell spread out in the entire neighborhood

Is it me the only one that think that the lobby at the Icon looks like the Phanton of the Opera stage ?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Only you. Most people think the lobby at Icon Brickell looks like something out of Alice and Wonderland. But I degress, you must be new to Miami. Icon Brickell is almost a decade old, and yet you mention it in such an off-topic manner as if you recently saw it for the first time. Welcome young grasshopper! Welcome!

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

I’ve lived in Miami since 1992
Took my grand kids to see Alice in wonderland and the had nightmares for a week, may be the creepiness of john Deep or the stage that I agree, not only look like the prop from the phantom but also from Alice in wonderland
Lúgubre it’s the word
Hope the concierge handle Prozac to visitors

Ilovearchytecture
4 years ago

Thank you for calling me young grasshopper. But I’m an old almost retired French lady pediatrician with also a degree on architecture from La Sorbonne and I’m not a designer that by age think only the golden girls furniture is ok
I have a master in modern design and a postgraduate in Bahaus in Germany
I was making a remark
Sorry if I offend you and sorry if you live there and not going to have a pool for the summer
Also the free thinker and philosopher
Ortega y Gasset ( that is only one person said
“The value is absolute the appreciation is relative”
Yours
Old lady from Paris aka young grasshopper

Wolfgang731
4 years ago

Sir/madam. Youre like a dog with a bone when it comes to BCC. If you find this project/development to be such an affront to your sensibilities perhaps you shouldn’t go there. Period. Time and again you mention about how its open air design and lack of air conditioning as being so counter intuitive with respect to Miami’s climate, however, aren’t The Falls, Village of Merrick Park and Bal Harbour Shops all open air? Has this design concept lead to the failure of any of the aforementioned?

Anonymous
3 years ago

well she/he has a good point. if they are european (specifically French) then chances are they do not wear deodorant, so from that perspective air conditioning is crucial!

Ilovearchytecture
3 years ago

Oui! And thanks to that we have a great perfum industry not to forget cheeses, wines an Haussmann architecture (. No wonder US government hire a French to build the capital )
And French don’t use deodorant is an urban myth and if we smell is mainly sensual and erotic
You want to talk about smell go to India or Pakistan or work with someone from there and then we’ll talk