Trader Joe’s South Beach Building Topping Off This Month, Delivery Q4 2018

The Trader Joe’s building in South Beach will soon be one step closer to completion.

On June 15, Elion Partners and Turnberry Associates will celebrate the top off of the five-story 17 West, which will be anchored with a Trader Joe’s on the ground floor.

Delivery of the building is on schedule for the fourth quarter of 2018.

In addition to Trader Joe’s, 17 West will include retail, restaurants, apartments, townhomes and parking.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Can’t wait for TJ to open. I love that store. Very excited!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Miami Beach planners asleep. Where are the setbacks? The building is right up against the narrow sidewalks.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So, you look for more people to be congregating outside on the hot streets in the humid weather than inside this building?

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is South Beach. People who live here … walk places.. take transit and ride bikes.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What does that have to do with the question?

Anonymous
3 years ago

… and ride scooters.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Scooters are a HUGE problem in South Beach. You people can’t even obey the laws when riding a bike much less on a scooter. They’re noisy and a hazard for the actual residents.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Smallest violin playing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Good. The homeless don’t need more space in front of the stores and buildings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Agreed. The architecture is mediocre and irrelevant to how hot it is outside, which can be addressed with wider sidewalks, trees, and breezeways.

Anonymous
3 years ago

TJ wanted to block the windows with refrigerators… fortunately, the design review board at least had some sense and said *no*, the interior must be visible through the windows.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Because the developers will pay for that…? They don’t care how much space the homeless have to sleep outside of their building, they care how much profit they’ll make.

Anonymous
3 years ago

My thoughts exactly! There’s enough room for one person. If you come across a stroller, someone has got to step into the street.

Ron
3 years ago

I just hope the city forbids bringing animals into all grocery stores. It has become a really bad idea that leaves people sick when animal leave excrement debris on carts and food areas. Some kids have been attacked by animals in some occasions. Please help!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Unfortunately you are fighting a losing battle on this one. I agree however. people who bring dogs everywhere have some sort of mental imbalance. it’s become a sickness.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I saw a great sign on a restaurant in Sunset Harbor. Wish I took a picture.

The gist was that service animals that are trained to perform a specific function for disabled people were welcome, but pets and emotional support animals were not. It was very visible on the door.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Would rather be around dogs than someone’s dirty, bratty kids.

Anonymous
3 years ago

You need jesus

Anonymous
3 years ago

Lmao. You need a hug

Anonymous
3 years ago

They should build one in brickell. Why do we need 3 publix? At least 2 of them need to go!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Glad to see someone else agrees with me that Publix is overrated

Anonymous
3 years ago

what you said x10!

Anonymous
3 years ago

All of them seem quite busy. Supply and demand. I’m sure Trade Joe’s and The Fresh Market could open if they had the space, except most developers would rather devote street levels to parking a couple crappy small retail spaces with high turnover.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Uhh NO, 2 of them DON’T need to go! Maybe we do need a few more TJ’s (and 5 more Publix’s). But what Brickell does not need to do is tear down ANY of it’s MASSIVELY OPERPOPULATED, packed solid at all times of all times of day, supermarkets.

What are you crazy?! Brickell can use a hell of a lot less of many things (boutique restaurants for example), but non “whole paycheck” affordable supermarkets is NOT one of those things!

Anonymous
3 years ago

What is especially disturbing about Publix has nothing to do with groceries, they are a long time supporter of republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam. Just google some of the political stuff they’ve been up to. There is simply no reason for a grocery store like Publix to be getting involved in politics.

Anonymous
3 years ago

And this is the same developer that is planning to build the Convention Center Hotel. As soon as we vote for “giving the Citi Hall the authorization to lease that land for 99y “ we are @ loss because then becomes a private project.
The ads on TV saying “we the People” with 1 million signatures put this “authorization to lease the land for build a hotel” in the ballot is very intriguing. Miami Beach has less than 100 thousand residents and are the only ones that will be impacted by this 17 floor/ 800 rooms hotel.
Where was the rooftop green space for the community? These green spaces (high lines/elevated parks) are being done for communities all over the country.
So sad

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is being built on top of an old gas station so I sure as hell wont drink from their water fountains and am very reluctant to shop there – what you guys think?

Anonymous
3 years ago

No. Also, TJ is on the opposite corner as the old gas station.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
3 years ago

Paranoid much?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Do you even know how gas is stored under a gas station? (eye roll)

Anonymous
3 years ago

This person also doesn’t seem to realize what fish and other animals are doing in water that he drink.

Anonymous
3 years ago

lol

Anonymous
3 years ago

They should be one Trader Joe’s on Biscayne Upper East Side… Pick any gas station and demolish it… Please!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Did you know Aldi owns Trader Joe’s and already has a store on the upper east side.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Aldi’s is in a completely different neighborhood, actually a whole other city (Miami Shores). Also TJs because offers a much different selection, especially organics, a TJ location in the area would still do well. The Aldi’s is very popular.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not true actually… Aldi here in the US is owned by “Aldi South” of Germany and TJ’s is owned by “Aldi North” of Germany… both are diff companies (owned by brothers but still diff companies).

Anonymous
3 years ago

NE 108th St and Biscayne is certainly not part of the upper east side neighborhood, lol.