The highly anticipated phased reopening of CocoWalk in Coconut Grove has officially commenced with the 2020 Holiday shopping season in full swing. Federal Realty Investment Trust, the majority ownership group behind the development, with partners The Comras Company and Grass River Property are excited to announce the lifestyle center has slated new innovative dining experiences and boutiques ready to open for the Holiday season. New openings include: Planta Queen, Free People Movement, Edite Mode, Europann, Mr. 01 Extraordinary Pizza, Sportive, Edward Beiner Eyewear and The School of Rock.

“Five years ago, we set out to re-energize CocoWalk by attracting a tenant mix better aligned with the community’s needs and interests while creating an authentic destination that would position CocoWalk at the forefront of Miami’s retail evolution,” said Stuart Biel, of Federal Realty Investment Trust. “We look forward to bringing the community together through exceptional experiences and refreshed concepts that are unique to CocoWalk and enjoyed by Miami locals and visitors alike.”

Michael Comras, CEO and President of The Comras Company and board member of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) said: “By reintroducing CocoWalk with the types of brands and concepts that the neighborhood identifies with while giving visitors new reasons to rediscover Coconut Grove, we’ve created a destination that suits the daily desires of the area’s residents, office tenants, and locals and ensures CocoWalk reclaims its spot as the number one shopping, dining, and entertainment location in Miami.”

CocoWalk is four-stories tall and 150,000 sq.ft. of prime retail, dining and entertainment space. The property’s east end also includes Class A office space. Retail lease is managed by Federal Realty Investment Trust and The Comras Company, office lease is managed by Blanca Commercial Real Estate. The phased reopening of CocoWalk is just in time for the Holiday shopping season rush and festivities.

Source: Profile Miami