Zara & Casa Tua Openings Imminent At Brickell City Centre

Both Zara and Casa Tua Cucina are about to open at Brickell City Centre.

Zara was expected to open their 32,000, two-story store yesterday (12/11), mall employees say. There was confusion about the cause the delay, but the store may be open as soon as today.

Casa Tua Cucina, a Northern Italian food hall, is also just about ready to open. Employees have been seen preparing meals in the store since last week, but a sign says they are not yet ready for the public.

At the north end of the mall, La Centrale Italian food hall is much further behind, and not close to opening.

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Beautiful

Anonymous
3 years ago

Casa Tua food hall will be huge in Brickell

aceraroja
3 years ago

Can’t wait to eat at a different Italian food hall every night of the week!

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Yawn. Cloths no one wants, food no one cares. There is not enough fat pockets in Miami to support all these high end restaurants. they will learn the hard way.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Zara is one of largest and most profitable clothing companies in the world.. Casa Tua has a great offering, and restaurants in Miami do well on a whole for various reasons. Per BCC, the Food and beverage tenants are actually the strongest performers. Educate yourself before you put your fingers to the keyboard you idiot.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yohan Perez is just poor

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Not poor. Just smart with my money.

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Oh really, STK just closed doors at Marqui. Others are barely squeaking by. Next to go will be Coco Bambu.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Gee, aren’t you just a bundle of joy and optimism. People like you are absolutely stomach churning. Your sole raison d’etre is to be the voice of negativity and schadenfreude.

District Worker
3 years ago

Yonah, the word is “clothes” no “cloths”.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Oh, trust me, there’s enough fat pockets in Miami for this.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Plus the tourist who come through Miami spend alot on everything

defamed2
3 years ago

Inditex, the parent company of Zara, is the largest fashion retailer in the world. You don’t have to believe me, get out there and see how many people want and pay for their clothes.

Anonymous
3 years ago

There is tremendous demand for both. Brickell is one of the most dense neighborhoods in the USA and has a large affluent working populauon by day. There are also several upscale hotels within blocks (Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, Epic/Kimpton, W, East, JW Marquis Conrad, etc.)
Great news for Yohan Perez. Within a few blocks, Bayside has nice cloths for you, Flagler St has food carts and 7-11’s where your food dollar goes a long way, a language school, and a public library where can get further education on demographics, buying power, and commercial real estate.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Even a public toilet to park his excrement out of the end.

Anonymous
3 years ago

out the other end*