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Retail By City

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City Overview

The Miami retail scene is entering a new era. For decades, Bal Harbour Shops in Bal Harbour was the unchallenged champion of the high-end, luxury retail sector. The Aventura Mall is a super-regional shopping mall in Aventura, the second largest shopping center in the United States with more than 300 retailers.Today, however, retailers are following their sophisticated clientele to Miami's urban neighborhoods as the "urbanization" of Miami accelerates. The Design District, where once-gritty warehouses lined the streets, is now gleaming with ultra-luxury goods by retailers such as Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Prada. Millions of square feet of retail are either under construction or in the planning stages in Miami. Developers are initiating a wave of new construction and expansions to long-standing malls such as Aventura Mall and Bal Harbour Shops. Mega-developments such as Brickell City Centre are now complete and American Dream Miami recently obtained necessary approvals to go forward with the $4 billion mega-mall called the American Dream Miami.The complex will feature a water park with a giant indoor pool, an indoor ice rink, an artificial ski slope, submarine rides, dozens of restaurants, and up to 1,200 stores. Miami Worldcenter and MiamiCentral, all in the urban core, alone will bring over 1.5 million sq. ft. of retail space in the coming years, with the redevelopment of the Design District bringing an additional 160,000 sq. ft. of retail space to the urban core. Top luxury brand names from around the world are making Miami home; market experts agree that Miami has "arrived" and is a luxury brand in its own right.

Things to do

See

Work

Brickell, Downtown, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Aventura


Rest

Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, American Airline Arena, Freedom Tower, Villa Vizcaya, Adrienne Arsht Center, Miami Seaquarium, Zoo Miami, Perez Art Museum, Bayfront Park, Frost Art Museum, South Point Pier, Stiltsville, Miami Marine Stadium, Hard Rock Stadium, Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science


And be seen

Eat

Prime 112, Joe's Stone Crabs, ZUMA, Nobu, Juvia, Sushi Garage, Yardbird, NaiYaRa, Pubbelly, Cafe Roval, KYU, Bird & Bone, Soyka, Cleo, Andiamo, Glass & Vine, Upland, COYO Taco, KOMODO, Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, Byblos, Bazaar Mar, The Forge


Drink

Red Room at the Shore Club, Setai Bar, Rose Bar at the Delano, The Regent, The Broken Shaker, Ball & Chain, Sweet Liberty, Blackbird Ordinary, Concrete Beach Brewery, Shots Miami, Wynwood Brewing Company, Rácket, Sugar, El Patio, 1-800-Lucky, Lagniappe, Wood Tavern, Ricky's, Bodega, Foxhole



 



 



 



 


Be Merry

Gansevoort, LIV at the Fontainebleau, Basement, Baoli, Space, Story, E11EVEN, Rockwell, The MInt, Wall