CocoWalk ushers in the New Year with more restaurants, shops and the return of movies

CocoWalk offers 150,000 square feet of premier retail space that houses leading local, national and international restaurants and retail brands.

Resuming its role as the epicenter of Miami’s Coconut Grove shopping district, the 100% leased and newly renovated mixed-use property CocoWalk heralds the opening of new dining concepts and retailers.

Approximately one year after the completion of its extensive renovation, the property now boasts 150,000 square feet of premier retail space that houses leading local, national and international restaurants and retail brands. .

Following the opening of modern American restaurant Botánico Gin & Cookhouse in November, CocoWalk also welcomed Duck N’ Sum, a modern Asian restaurant serving classic flavors and fan favorites such as steamed bao buns and noodles. with garlic.

Then, in December, Sushi Garage unveiled its unique dining experience inspired by classic Japanese flavors created by Executive Chef Sunny Oh.

In addition to exciting new dining concepts, world-class cinema Cinepolis is making its much-anticipated debut with the opening of a new movie theater this winter, marking the return of the neighborhood’s only movie theater.

Groot Hospitality by David Grutman will open The Key Club at CocoWalk. Ariete Hospitality Group, the culinary creators behind some of Coconut Grove’s most popular restaurants such as Ariete, Navé and Chug’s, will also be opening a new on-site restaurant this year.

Opening is scheduled for Spring 2022 for Narbona Natural Foods & Farm Market. The 8,253 square foot specialty market which will include a butcher, fresh pasta and bakery as well as a selection of gourmet cheeses, craft beers, wines and coffees – all produced on its farms in South America. This will become Narbona’s second location to open in South Florida.
The property is managed by an ownership group consisting of Federal Realty Investment Trust, The Comras Company and Grass River Property.

“Our goal with the newly renovated CocoWalk is to reinvigorate the lifestyle destination and provide a more curated experience for those who live, work and play in Coconut Grove,” said Michael Comras, CEO and President of The Comras Company. . “The return of Cinepolis, top stores already open, and our upcoming restaurant launches by several of Miami’s leading hotel groups will further enhance the lifestyle, dining and shopping experience the new CocoWalk has to offer.”

The new retailers and restaurants join an already impressive and extensive lineup of national, regional and local concepts currently open on the property such as: PLANTA Queen, Mister 01 Extraordinary Pizza, Sweetgreen and Salt & Straw serving delicious food and cocktails at CocoWalk.

Popular retailers and brands such as Bluemercury, FP Movement, Edward Beiner, Europann, Edite Mode, Late Night Gypsy, The Spot Barbershop and School of Rock also serve residents and visitors.

Additionally, the latest retail and beauty brands to recently sign leases at the lifestyle center include: GlossLab, a New York-based membership nail studio opening its first location in Florida; Infinity, a fitness studio focused on high-intensity interval training, nutrition and wellness; Skin Lab by Barba Skin Clinic founded by Harvard-educated dermatologist Dr. Alicia Barba, who partnered with Skinceuticals to develop a one-of-a-kind beauty treatment, and 3D Brow Studio, a face-framing beauty bar perfect eyebrows.

In addition to CocoWalk, the owner group is also developing One Cocowalk, a five-story, 85,745 square foot office building located on the east side of the property. With this major redevelopment, CocoWalk will regain its former position as the geographical and commercial centerpiece of the grove.


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