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Eight New Tenants Set To Open On Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road Promenade

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Lincoln Road, Miami Beach’s iconic outdoor shopping, dining and cultural destination which features more than 200 shops, cafés, galleries and restaurants spanning eight blocks (east to west), will further enhance its offerings this summer by welcoming eight new tenants. The globally recognized, architecturally significant promenade continues to evolve by adding new, unique concepts, popular restaurants and local businesses.

New tenants for Summer 2023 include:

  • Paris St. Germain (opened May 27) – 1024 Lincoln Road – France’s most successful football club is partnering with Lids to give customers a consistent retail experience where they can find team jerseys, headwear, accessories and more, all of which will be fully customizable on-site.
  • Habitat Hyett (opened June 1) – 441 Lincoln Road – This retail store is the premier place to shop for luxurious, hand-selected items for ever-changing habits, whether at home, at work or with their physical body.
  • The Cheesecake Factory (opened June 6) – 600 Lincoln Road – First location on Miami Beach – The culinary-forward leader in experiential dining is relentlessly focused on hospitality. It currently owns and operates 318 restaurants throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Ecco (pop-up through June 30) – 701 Lincoln Road – A global leader in innovative comfort footwear for all ages, Ecco is also the perfect place to shop for accessories ranging from premium leather handbags to accessories and small leather goods.
  • BonBonEtc (opening June 16) – 631-B Lincoln Road – This candy store will carry nearly 1,000 different kinds of candy and vintage items, boxes, metal signs, nostalgic Coca-Cola items and more.
  • Osteria da Fortunata (opening summer) – 607 Lincoln Road – Based on traditional Italian cuisine, this new restaurant concept offers a down-to-earth country-style approach to Italian fare with organic recipes and handmade pasta.
  • Voyage Luggage (opening summer) – 663 Lincoln Road – This one-stop shop for premier luggage and travel products offers a curated assortment of the world’s most exceptional travel brands.
  • Salt & Straw (opening summer) – 749 Lincoln Road – First location on Miami Beach – This ice cream shop is known for its small-batch, chef-driven ice cream that’s handmade using local ingredients.

Lincoln Road also recently extended its partnership with Smorgasburg for another year. The open-air food market featuring dozens of local vendors takes place every Friday from 5:30-10:30 p.m. on Lincoln Road’s 1100 block and has become a local favorite hot spot.

The new tenants will join top retailers such as Nike, Apple, Zara, Lululemon, Anthropologie and West Elm and popular restaurants Mila Miami Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, Juvia Rooftop Restaurant, Chotto Matte Miami, Issabella’s, Tacombi Taqueria and Harry’s Pizzeria.

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Iconic New York Eatery Joe’s Pizza To Open First Miami Location In Wynwood

DWNTWN Realty Advisors Co-Founder and Managing Partner Tony Arellano and Executive Joe Fernandez are curating one of Wynwood’s signature buildings with a compelling mix of tenants. In the latest example, the brokers represented Wynwood 25’s owners in a long-term lease with New York staple Joe’s Pizza.

Joe’s Pizza, the family owned and operated “Greenwich Village institution” since 1975, is set to open its first Miami location at Wynwood 25. The 1,758-square-foot eatery is scheduled to debut in spring 2022. It joins the award-winning Japanese restaurant Uchi Miami, Danny Meyer-backed Salt & Straw, Bartaco and Dogfish Head Miami as notable Wynwood 25 food-and-beverage tenants.

Wynwood 25 has 289 apartment units and about 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

“We are thrilled to play a pivotal role in Wynwood becoming one of Miami’s top food-and-beverage submarkets, in terms of both sales metrics and brand recognition,” Arellano said. “Demand from New York operators like Joe’s Pizza is at historically high levels. Wynwood 25, with its turnkey ground-floor restaurant space and proximity to thousands of residents, professionals and visitors, was a perfect option for Joe’s inaugural Miami location.”

Jared Robins, Founder of INHOUSE COMMERCIAL – a Miami-based firm launched in 2021 and focusing on retail leasing in South Florida, and John Ellis, Managing Director of Newmark, represented Joe’s Pizza in the Wynwood 25 lease.

Joe’s Pizza Founder Joe Pozzuoli is originally from Naples, Italy and still owns and operates his flagship New York location at 84 years old. His son, Joe, Jr., and grandchildren Sal and Pino Vitale are part of the ownership and operations team in Miami. Locals and tourists alike flock to Joe’s for an authentic New York street slice.

“After an extensive search, Joe’s Pizza zeroed in on Wynwood for its first foray into Miami,” Fernandez said. “With such a huge following up north, Joe’s will greatly benefit from the New York migration into Wynwood and the substantial pipeline of new office and residential development. The residential component of Wynwood 25 also made the building a particularly attractive option for Joe’s.”

Arellano and fellow Co-Founder and Managing Partner Devlin Marinoff have more than $100 million in pending transactions in Wynwood, and the firm has participated in more than $350 million in investment and development sales in the neighborhood over the last few years.

Over the course of his career, Arellano has completed more than 250 leases in Wynwood and played a pivotal role in the neighborhood’s evolution from an overlooked, largely neglected collection of old industrial buildings into a vibrant hub for arts and culture, retail, restaurants and nightlife.

 

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