Boglioli, Bruno Magli, Hugo Boss and Tommy Bahama are among the latest retailers who have taken space at Brickell City Centre which is set to fully open in South Florida in November. The three-floor shopping center will also feature office space, the EAST, Miami Hotel, and dine-in theater Cinemex, as will connect with a Miami Metromover stop.
Other stores already committed to the mall include Saks Fifth Avenue, Kiton, Bally, Coach, Cole Haan, Ted Baker, and Orlebar Brown.
“We’ve strived to make a positive, long-term impact in all aspects of BCC’s retail center,” said Debora Overholt, vice president of retail at Swire Properties. “Not only are we bringing a mix of both beloved and new brands to an under-served market in Miami, but the shopping center will be creating thousands of jobs for our local community.”