Simon Property Group, Inc., a leading global retail real estate company, announced H&M, Perry Ellis Cubavera, Shrimp House, PINK and T-Mobile will join the diverse tenant mix at Miami International Mall in the coming months. Bath & Body Works will celebrate a grand-reopening this May. The mall also recently welcomed specialty retailer Taha Shoes and Enerjuicer juice bar, which opened earlier this year.
“We are thrilled to add each of these new specialty retailers and restaurants to the vibrant tenant mix at Miami International Mall,” said Sara Valega, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Miami International Mall. “We also look forward to sharing more exciting announcements throughout the new year.”
The popular retailer H&M will open its doors to the public this May. Founded in 1847, H&M is a global fashion brand and pioneer of design collaborations with style icons such as Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Viktor & Rolf, Roberto Cavalli, Comme des Garcons, Sonia Rykiel and Lanvin. H&M offers fashion and quality at the best price, featuring a varied assortment for the entire family, including concepts for ladies, men, teenagers and children. The new 22,631 square-foot space will be situated between the jcpenney and Sears wings.
Located near Bath & Body Works, Victoria’s Secret PINK aims to dress young women in comfy, effortlessly cool wear. The PINK line launched in 2002 and carries a variety of lingerie, sleepwear, swimwear, lounge apparel, beauty products, and accessories. Whether lounging or living, shoppers will always feel absolutely unique in PINK. The 5,758 square-foot retailer is slated to open later this April.
New international eatery, Shrimp House, will join the mall’s diverse restaurant lineup this June, as one of the company’s first U.S. locations. The new Shrimp House location will encompass a 758 square-foot space located in the Food Court. The Latin American shrimp, seafood and pasta chain offers a menu filled with delicious appetizers, salads, pastas, risottos, all topped with grilled and seafood-based creams. The restaurant concept promises to offer exceptional service and fresh, delectable food to enhance the overall experience at Miami International Mall.
Perry Ellis Cubavera, a new concept store combining the Perry Ellis line and Cubavera, will also open its doors to shoppers at the mall this June. The 3,525 square-foot space will be located in the Macy’s Women’s corridor and will offer a wide range of high quality men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and fragrances, as well as select children’s apparel.
This May, Bath & Body Works will celebrate a grand re-opening of their store, which will feature a larger, 4,801 square-foot space in the same location, in front of Express/Expressmen. Bath & Body Works will continue to offer its signature products, including shower gels, bath oils, shampoo and conditioners, and body lotions in its body care room at affordable prices. The home fragrance room showcases a range of scented candles, potpourri, air fresheners and home accessories. Bath & Body Works is a one-stop shop, offering items that appeal to the whole family.
Miami International Mall also recently welcomed Taha Shoes, which opened its doors to the public this March offering fine Italian shoes. The fashionable retailer occupies a 1,736 square-foot space located in the Kohl’s corridor. Additionally, shoppers can quench their thirst at Enerjuicer which is now open for business in a 200 square-foot space, situated in Center Court. The health drink juice bar sells yogurt-based smoothies, fruit and vegetable juices, as well as pre-packaged healthy food items such as salads, power bars, yogurt, parfaits, and more. T-Mobile also opened a 952 square-foot kiosk in the Food Court this April. Shoppers have the opportunity to browse through an assortment of mobile phones and accessories.