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Sneak Peek Inside Trader Joe's South Beach Store, Opening 2019

Sneak Peek Inside Trader Joe’s South Beach Store, Opening 2019

Here’s a look inside the Trader Joe’s currently under construction in South Beach.

Trader Joe’s and other retail shops will occupy the ground floor of a five-story project called 17 West. The second and third floor will be a parking garage, with the fourth and fifth floor residences.

According to co-developer Elion Partners, delivery of the project is now scheduled for the first quarter of 2019. A Loopnet listing gives an occupancy date for retailers of May 1, 2019.

Groundbreaking took place in April 2017.

 

 

Trader Joe’s South Beach on September 9, 2018:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Too many people are whining about setbacks and the design of this building but you are same people who cry if a developer wants to build anything taller than five stories in this same area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Take out the hundreds of parking spots and you won’t need to build so high. Half this building is parking. Sad.

Anonymous
Anonymous

But the place has a Trader Joe’s and other retail shops and residences on the fourth and fifth floor. If you can’t find a place to park your car when you come to shop at this place or park your car when you come home, what would be the sense of coming to or living in this building at all?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree that sometimes NIMBY-ism is a little inflammed on this forum but in some instances our municpalities are giving away the farm and really letting developers loose, I will argue that this is an example. The redevelopment of West Avenue area is inevitable but the projects scale and design could have been more accommodating to the pedestrian and human point of view as this is probably one of the most actively walked and biked areas by locals of south beach, if not all of Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed re: west ave. Instead of having the garage egress in the alley, they’ve put it onto West Ave’s bike lane – the only block of protected bike lane in Miami Beach.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You people have been wanting and asking for a Trader Joe’s in this area and you got one, now stop bitching and moaning.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Did someone steal your Cheerios?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Exhibit A as to why setbacks are needed and should be enforced by CMB.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Brickell next please!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks absolutely horrendous from the back, hopefully still more work to come.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The whole project is a disaster, aesthetically and streetscape.

Zero setback. In fact, the garage protrudes over the sidewalk along 17th street. Tiny tiny sidewalk.

17th now is a canyon between west and alton.