Three Big Brickell City Centre Retailers Hold Job Fairs Ahead Of Opening

Foot traffic appears to be on the rise at Brickell City Centre, and it is about to get a lot busier.

Three big new shops are getting close to opening on each of the three blocks of the mall, with all holding job fairs recently.

At the North Block, La Centrale Italian Food Hall  is set to open on three levels.

At the East Block, a two-story Zara also recently held a job fair.

At the West Block, the Casa Tua Northern Italian food hall is nearly ready after holding a job fair.

 

 

sneak peek inside casa tua last week:

columns are being painted red in the latest attempt to soften the drab gray look:

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Where are all the doubters that said this mall had no chance?Amazing vibe going on at BCC. The ease of access absolutely changes the game in terms of convenience. Had an issue with my Mac air charger. From my door to Apple and back, on foot, took me 20. minutes. That’s with a stop at David’s for some tea and a sandwich from smooth.

Anonymous
3 years ago

smood*

Marc305
3 years ago

I was never a doubter, I live 10 minutes away and love it. Best Sushi and Mexican food right next to a great theater… and now Italian food? Damn! It just keeps getting better.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

The best Suchi restaurant is the one that everybody goes with hungry since Suchi is always the same, and the best Mexican restaurant is the one you don’t wait in line for 45 to eat quesadilla

A movie for 24$ in this age is to much unless foood is included, is it?
(:-)

Marc305
3 years ago

Hmmm, never heard of a “Suchi” restaurant, but you may be right about that… However as far as Sushi and Mexican Restaurants go, they are most definitely not all the same, much like everything in life they are divided by class, but you are entitled to your opinion. It is obvious that BBC is not your cup of tea and that is fine, there will always be Taco Bell, sushi in gas stations, and matinee movies for $7.91 at your local AMC. The rest of us will continue to enjoy BCC and all it has to offer. Different strokes for different folks.

Marc306
3 years ago

You can keep your overpriced Mexican in your bougie urban mall while us people with a clue will be dropping $2 on some of the best tacos in Miami only blocks away in Little Havana.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Enjoy it while it lasts because gentrification is inevitable.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Game changer? LOL, lay off the marketing fluff my friend. It’s just a mall.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Wow someone is jealous lol.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

And with no air conditioning , but some realtors want to keep the moral up to sale!!!

wolfgang731
3 years ago

Man, you need a serious life…every time you post something on here about BCC it’s relating to the a/c! Please do yourself (and, hopefully, everyone else) a favor and find a hobby, preferably one that involves climate control in your own home. It would appear that you, not unlike many others on this blog, can’t wait to see BCC fail. Instead of trying to see anything positive, you’re apparently intent on hastening its demise with your negativity. It’s not your thing, I get it, so don’t go or even give it any thought. I don’t even live in Florida, yet I like to see communities/neighborhoods prosper and grow everywhere in the country. I rarely if ever comment on these sites but enough with the B.S. and hating for no reason.

Marc305
3 years ago

Well said Wolfgang731

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

Sounds like a comercial
(:-)
Don’t they have the air charger on the 7 eleven next to the Schull for half the price?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Parking sucks. The food and drinks are expensive compared to other nearby venues. The mall is usually empty for its size and it has a lonely and sanitized feel to it. Like an Edward Hopper painting. On the bright side, Sugar is happening, but not really part of the mall. You are better off going to the Design District.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

Edward Hopper , you’re so right!!!
Best comment so far??

Anonymous
3 years ago

“Sanitized feel?” Would you rather have a gritty shithole like the “Galeria International Mall” flea market on Flagler Street?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Love Italian food, but TWO Italian food halls in the same complex? I wonder if both will survive…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I was thinking the same. A Latin American or even Asian food hall would’ve been a better addition…

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

Together with an air conditioning for the next summer

Anonymous
3 years ago

LOL we don’t need anymore Latin American food, that’s for sure. Asian is alright, but Gyu-Kaku will always be the best.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What u talking bout Willis? Obviously u have not tried a ham croqueta from Islas Canarias. That’s what this mall needs.

Anonymous
3 years ago

With a drive-thru? No thanks. Maybe an urban format at Mary Brickell Village, assuming it’s not a space cursed with high turnover. Or perhaps standalone off 11th Street.

Anonymous
3 years ago

There needs to be some good Indian and Mongolian beef spots.

Anonymous
3 years ago

An authentic German beer hall rather than some crappy hipster microbrewery.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

What about only one Italian restaurant and an big air conditioning i

Anonymous
3 years ago

Damn dude, you sound like a squawking parrot that keep saying “big air conditioning” squawkkk!

Get a life please……

Anonymous
3 years ago

Red columns are genius …. Needed a pop and this does just that

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

And so is an air conditioning in the summer

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ok, so you still have a hot and empty mall.

Anonymous
3 years ago

BBC getting ready for Christmas ?

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

And still some days of Christmas we need some cold from air conditioning!!!
Best Christmas present for the Mall and Mall goers !!

Anonymous
3 years ago

everyone needs just a little BBC in their life

Anonymous
3 years ago

Brings Le Sandwicherie……. thats the best place , right across 😀

Anonymous
3 years ago

+1

Anonymous
3 years ago

Chipotle. Shake Shack. Pret A Manger. All mid priced but still popular places to eat that will fill a void in Miami. Seriously, BCC would be a perfect location for them….

Anonymous
3 years ago

Shake shack is coming to Mary Brickell Village one block from there

Anonymous
3 years ago

When do these stores open?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I have to give them credit for listening/noticing the gray is boring and dull. Now they just need to open their eyes about retail selection and improve on that.

Anonymous
3 years ago

the all gray isn’t bad but the bright red Collums are a perfect touch and contrast in the right way

Really???
3 years ago

The comments on here are pretty hilarious. A bunch of people complaining about air conditioning and how the mall is dead. Sounds like a lot broke people complaining because their life sucks.

Bal Harbor doesn’t have air conditioning and is just as dead. One of the reasons they charged for parking was that they didn’t want people with no intention of shopping hanging around. The end result is that they are the highest grossing mall per sf.

Its supposed to be an upscale mall. Most of the retailers aren’t reliant on heavy foot traffic. Random people hanging a regular mall don’t tend to impulse by luxury goods.

Dadelannd mall is always packed but if your going to Saks to buy a luxury items its an awful experience.

Anonymous
3 years ago

No, it’s just the same guy claiming to be a doctor replying to everything about air conditioning.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Love to see more affordable restaurants.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That won’t pay the rent.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I spoke to several people who work in the mall and they told me it’s usually a ghost town, especially Saks. Only time they say it’ has any noticeable traffic is 5:30-7:30.

PJMinMIA
3 years ago

A Saks employee has told me the same

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

I walk my dog sometimes at different times of the day and different days of the week, not too busy, not even on weekends
Reason
Too hot/ expensive

I’m a
Doctor and I work in an ER, I hear the conversations among employees, nurses, doctors, firefighters, radiology techs, secretaries and another middle and lower upper class consumers …. they prefer to hang out at a place they can afford, they don’t have to pay so much por parking space and if they want to only hang out ITS TOO HOT!! For that!!
And yes my English sucks !!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Your English is fine 🙂

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah, keep telling him that while we watch this country slowly dumb down to the point where we spell words like, you – “u.”

Cobra
3 years ago

I remember when Merrick Park opened. my girlfriend used to work at neimans and she was more than frustrated because the mall was a ghost town and she was on commission. she resigned after year because she just couldn’t wait anymore. today Merrick Park has proved to be a success….it takes some time but I am sure BCC will also be a huge successes.

Anonymous
3 years ago

BCC management must take notice of these comments.. must implement cooling devices when temperatures rise.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

The best part of the Mall is when someone opens the door at the Apple Store and you feel the cold, nice, air conditioning breeze from inside the store, and for few seconds you feel you’re in heaven

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

One cooling device that comes to mind….. an air conditioning !!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um, yeah, sure…if you’re a doctor, then I’m a Rocket Scientist.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

Yes I’m but I don’t need to prove that to you! But for sure you are not a rocket scientist or you wouldn’t make that coment

I have practiced in Costa Rica, where I graduated, in France where I did my internship and for mores than a decade in America where I did my residency

I happen to like architecture, that’s why I coment here
And I’m not a sqweeking parrot, I think that a Mall like that should have AC and be more reasonable in stores that people can afford to buy

I feel sorry for the Aqua di Parma sales person at the stand outside the stores because he’s always sweeting

I don’t imagine a woman spending 400$ worth of parfum from a guy who looks like he finished running a marathon

Cobra
3 years ago

don’t let an idiot stop you from making comments!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

If you’re a doctor with that English, please tell us which hospital you work at so we can stay the hell away from that ER.

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

I’m not writing a book, I’m treating patients!
Probably you already have been my patient because you still alive, and I can save your life with my medical knowledge but no your bitterness, nor your bigotry
Next time you’re in an ER get Shakespeare to save your life

Ilovearchytectures
3 years ago

I’m a doctor that with my taxes pay your Obamacare and your kid’s Medicaid while you insult and question my profession while you have those bourgeois intentions to buy in a Mall I could afford but you don’t

Cobra
3 years ago

Yes, I think one will need to differentiate from the other in order to survive. I imagine la Centrale will offer restaurants and goods you buy to cook in your house and Cassa Tua will offer already prepared food to take home….just a thought.

Anonymous
3 years ago

what do all you high density f*ckbois do for a living that you can afford $2000 rent and all the high end lugggggssssurrrrry dining, movies and cocktails ?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Entrepreneurs in various fields, project managers and to be honest some live 5 to a condo. I’ve seen it myself.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What condo doesn’t cost at least 2k in Miami? If you can’t afford that unfortunately you can’t afford this city.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s the payoff for having $1200 in their 401K’s and an emergency fund that covers 14 days of their living expenses. When they’re 50-somethings still living hand to mouth with retirement still just a fantasy, they’ll wish they did things differently.

Anonymous
3 years ago

its called a real job