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Restaurant, cycling studio, spa confirmed for big mixed-use development

Apr. 22, 2016

Aventura ParkSquare, a major mixed-use development opening in 2017, has added three new tenants to its roster.

Miami-based Integra Investments announced this week that Cycle House, the Mediterranean Kitchen and Lee Spa Nails have signed leases at the wellness-focused project, joining previously announced tenants Icebox Cafe, Greenmonkey Yoga, Graziano's Market and Barry's Bootcamp.

  • The Mediterranean Kitchen, a fast-casual concept from Robert Siegmann, who founded Icebox Cafe, will open in a 1,900-square-foot space at Aventura ParkSquare in 2017. The eatery will sell grab-and-go foods such as sandwiches and wraps at the base of ParkSquare Signature, the development's office space, and also offer catering for corporate events.
  • Cycle House will open in a 3,500-square-foot studio at the center. The luxury indoor cycling studio hosts workout classes.
  • Lee Spa Nails, a full-service salon/spa, will offer manicures, pedicures, facials, waxing and other services at its 1,410-square-foot space in the center.
  • With the latest retailers, Aventura ParkSquare's commercial component is nearly 100 percent leased. Comras Company brokered the leases.

    "Retail and office tenants and residential buyers are excited for the unique lifestyle and business opportunities afforded on the property and we’re looking forward to rounding out our complete set of retail offerings within the next few months," said Victor Ballestas, principal of Integra Investments, in a statement.

    Aventura ParkSquare is a 7.5-acre lifestyle project encompassing retail, residential and office space. The development will have a 131-unit luxury residential tower, a 207-room Aloft hotel, 100,000 square feet of office space and a 45,000-square-foot wellness medical center at 2900 Waterways Boulevard and N.E. 207th St. in Aventura.

    Aventura ParkSquare is comparatively smaller than other massive mixed-use developments under construction in South Florida. The lineup includes the 65-acre Metropica project coming to Sunrise and 120-acre Downtown Doral project in Doral, which are both slated for completion in 2017 as well.

    By Emon Reiser

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