Miami — Two retailers and an entertainment concept are set to open at Miami Worldcenter, a $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development underway in downtown Miami. New tenants include Sephora; Lucid Motors, an electric car company; and Bowlero, an entertainment concept that offers bowling, interactive arcades and dining. The retailers and Bowlero will occupy a combined 60,000 square feet and are set to open in 2022. Sephora will occupy more than 6,000 square feet at the World Square Plaza, a 20,000-square-foot public plaza and park that will run along the project’s 7th Street Promenade. Lucid Motors will occupy about 23,000 square feet, with the store set to include a Lucid Studio, which allows customers to experience the brand and its lineup of luxury electric vehicles. The location will also serve as a service facility and a delivery center. The facility will be located along 1st Avenue and 10th Street. Bowlero will occupy more than 31,000 square feet within the development’s 78,000-square-foot “Jewel Box” retail building. The venue will feature 28 signature blacklight bowling lanes, lounge-style seating and video screens, an arcade with 75 games, a sports bar and food and beverage offerings. CIM Group and The Comras Co. are leading retail leasing on behalf of Miami Worldcenter Associates, the master developer of Miami Worldcenter.