Miami Beach plans Oct. 16 ceremony for Sunset Harbour Shops & Garage

The Sunset Harbour parking garage is open, and work is underway on the array of retail space that is expected to open beginning sometime in December.

On Oct. 16 at 9:30 a.m., Miami Beach Mayor Matti Herrera Bower and developer Scott Robins will hold a ceremonial opening.

Among the restaurants and stores under construction: Panther Coffee, Ice Box Cafe, Emack & Bolio’s Ice Cream, Eberjey Lingerie, Tequitzlan Restaurant and Tequila Bar, Lucali Pizza from Brooklyn, Splendor Restaurant, Sunset Clothing Co., and True Loaf Artisanal Bakery.

The four-level garage above the retail shops has 460 spaces that cost $1 an hour. The location is between 18th and 20th streets between Bay Road and Purdy Avenue.

The garage and retail space is a joint venture between the city of Miami Beach and developer Scott Robins and partner Philip Levine. It was designed by Arquitectonica.


3 responses to “Miami Beach plans Oct. 16 ceremony for Sunset Harbour Shops & Garage


    That is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Enjoy those new shops.

  2. The community is welcome to attend the ribbon cutting on Oct. 16th.

  3. These types of mixed use structures are great and a wonderful way to make the best out of a necessary facility for parking.

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