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Checking in on New Design District Store Construction

Very high-end retailers continues to construct very big new freestanding boutiques in the Miami Design District's more substantially completed southern half—the Palm Court area—while major construction moves towards the north. Racked Miami reports that both Hermés and Dior have made substantial progress towards the completion of their massive stores (the Hermés flagship, where Oak Plaza used to be, is three stories) while Fendi moves into the 'quaint' remnants of Plummer Alley, and Loro Piana opens into a building between Fendi and Cartier, where the Collins Restaraunt (a space that, if we remember correctly, never actually became a restaraunt) used to be. Lanvin is also moving into their permanent space on 39th Street very soon.
· Hermés and Lanvin to open Flagships soon [Racked Miami]
· Oak Plaza coverage [Curbed Miami]
· Plummer Alley coverage [Curbed Miami]

Oak Plaza

136 NE 39th Street, Miami, Florida