AN ODE TO A FALLEN RETAIL STRIP, WE HARDLY KNEW YE
Redevelopment construction management
CURBED - BY SEAN MCCAUGHAN. The mostly-demolished single story retail strip at 723 Lincoln Lane North may not look like much, and on the face of it that's all this building really was: a row of retail tenants on an alley just off Lincoln Road. A simple structure. But, with its jaunty pink and green design, and Lincoln Road adjacency without quite the Lincoln Road rents, it was a friend to many and a silent symbol of the multiple lives of Lincoln Road's evolution.
TRENDS - Urban Retail Report 2014-2015
An unrelenting draw toward urban lifestyles characterized South Florida's major retail streets in 2014, as national and international retailers grabbed new locations in urban settings. Not only national and international, but local restaurants and cafes, fashion stores, and art galleries continue to find a thriving environment for new concepts and a fertile ground for expansion in the region's major retail streets. As a result, average asking rent climbed on all South Florida major retails streets. Vacancy increased in six of the streets, but increases were either minor, or reflective of unique circumstances on each.
ANTHROPOLOGIE ACTIVATES NORTH LINCOLN LANE
MIAMI BEACH, FL – July 29, 2015 – Lincoln Road, Miami’s most famous landmark, an eight block expanse of shopping, dining, and entertainment is expanding due to the high demand from national retailers. Anthropologie will relocate to a new building set to break ground later this year.