Brickell City Centre has been in the news for some time now as a popular pre-construction building in the Brickell neighborhood. While many have been following the early developments, exciting news continues to surface about the complex. The latest news concerning Brickell City Centre includes complimentary parking, a contract with Uber, new retail stores to arrive in fall 2017, and three floors dedicated to Italian goods and cuisine. Brickell City Centre has put themselves on the map as a must-see destination, offering access to upscale shops and restaurants which attracts residents, visitors, and tourists to the neighborhood.
Parking and Transportation
In an attempt to make Brickell City Centre more accessible and even more attractive to visitors, Brickell City Centre is offering complimentary 2-hour parking in their underground garage. This is a great perk for those looking to visit the new center, but visitors should be aware that this is only a limited time offering.
Transportation and accessibility have been a large concern to developers, given the popularity of the location and the congestion traffic can create. Another solution to this issue is a partnership with Uber. Around Brickell City Centre’s five towers there will be designated Uber “stops.” This will hopefully streamline congestion and encourage ride-sharing. For those looking to use public transportation there is a Metromover stop on Level 3 of the Brickell City Centre complex.
Brickell City Centre is a shopper’s paradise, with the goal of getting visitors access to exclusive brands. Two new storefronts for well known brands are joining the complex in fall 2017. Zara, a clothing and accessories brand for men, women, and children, as well as MAC, a cosmetics brand, will be taking their place among a variety of retailers and shops. These stores are well known in their fields and have a large online marketplace. Visitors and shoppers will enjoy access to a physical storefront which will draw more customers to Brickell City Centre.
While Brickell City Centre is clearly a shopper’s dream, there are a variety of offerings in terms of dining as well. In addition to the dining options already established, there will also be several chef driven restaurants, like Luke’s Lobster, American Harvest, and Tacology. The addition of highly sought after restaurants will accent the shopping experience and make Brickell City Centre a place for people to meet and socialize in addition to shop.
Another dining highlight is La Centrale, an Italy inspired food hall. This complex will cover three floors and 38,000 square feet with the hopes that it will bring a little bit of Italy to Miami. La Centrale will feature authentic Italian goods and experiences straight from Italy. The first floor of the complex will be easily accessible dining, like bakeries and cafes. The second floor will be filled with full service restaurants, and the third floor will host a culinary school. This school will also be the site of wine tastings and food pairing events to add even more excitement to the complex.