Real estate development and investment company Codina Partners recently celebrated the commencement of construction on the second phase of The Shops at Downtown Doral with a golden-shovel groundbreaking ceremony.
Phase II will add to the 250,000 square feet of retail space in Downtown Doral. The tenant mix for phase II focuses on locally-owned storefronts, trendy eateries along with desirable service offerings to compliment the Downtown Doral lifestyle that puts everything people want and need all in one place.
Phase I of The Shops at Downtown Doral opened its first storefront in spring of 2016 and today features:
- Top-Rated Restaurants – Bulla Gastrobar, Dragonfly Izakaya & Fish Market, Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar and Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine;
- Stylish Shops – Cattiva Boutique, The Ballet Boutique, and The Store;
- Wellness Retailers – Skyros Sports, Elite Power Nutrition, Robeks Juices, and Giardino Gourmet Salads;
- Coffee and Dessert – Freddo and Pasion del Cielo; and
- Conveniences – UPS Store, AT&T Store, Continental Bank, Mega Wine & Liquors, Fortune International Realty, The Spot Barbershop, OXXO Care Cleaners, Sage Dental, and Georgio Ferrara Italian Furniture store.
A classic infill project imagined as a traditional live-work-play town square, Downtown Doral is Florida’s largest and most comprehensive mixed-used development—a 120-acre land parcel in Miami-Dade County designed and destined to become a model hometown for the 21st Century. It includes condominium residences, town homes, retail shops, restaurants, commercial buildings, parks, a new school, and a new city hall.
Downtown Doral is being developed by a joint venture between Codina Partners and Institutional Investors advised by JP Morgan Asset Management and utilizes the brokerage and property management arm of the leading full-service commercial real estate firm in Florida, Flagler Real Estate Services. The undertaking also taps Flagler’s construction arm, Flagler Construction Corporation, to manage, lease and complete the expansive project.
Source: Miami’s Community Newspaper