Miami — Hong Kong-based Swire Properties, along with co-developers Whitman Family Development and Simon Property Group, has announced that five retailers are joining the tenant lineup at Brickell City Centre in Miami. Marabu, which recently opened its doors, is a Cuban-inspired restaurant headed by Cuban-American chef Alberto Cabrera. Opening in July are Indochino, a digitally native menswear suit retailer, and Est.33 Craft Brewery & Kitchen. Los Chinos, a Latino-Chinese fusion restaurant, will open later this summer. The restaurant will feature an after-hours speakeasy and outdoor patio space. Lastly, Lucid Motors, producer of electric cars, will open at the development this holiday season.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brickell City Centre closed in March and reopened its doors May 22. The center includes a 500,000-square-foot, open-air shopping center; and five million square feet of office, residential and hotel space in Miami’s Brickell district.