Metropica, a $1.5 billion mega-development rising on a whopping 65 acres in Sunrise, has announced a new wave of tenants that includes Harry’s Pizzeria, a Michael Schwartz operation that has locations in the Design District, Coconut Grove, and Dadeland.
Other newly announced tenants are Bulla Gastrobar, City Works Eater & Pour House, Sugarboo & Co., and Sparkles — they join Shake Shack, Kona Grill, Fogo de Chao, Salsa Fiesta, Anthropologie, Free People, Kendra Scott Jewelery, iPic Theatres, and Kings Bowl.
Upon completion, the Broward County community will be comprised of over 4 million square feet, including over 1,900 residential units, a plethora of shopping and dining options, health and wellness center, resort-style beach club, public spaces for the arts, and elevated rec amenities like a tennis club, mini-soccer fields, and a Central Park.
In April, KGH International Development LLC closed on a $64.5 million construction loan for Metropica One, the first of its eight residential towers. It’s expected to be completed in late 2018.
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- Metropica Sunrise [Curbed]