In Aventura, Florida, there is a mall known as the Aventura Mall. It is secured via Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s. The mall itself is emphasized by a combination of more than three-hundred department stores that include Apple, Adidas, and many others. In addition, Aventura Mall features over fifty cafes and eating places, such as Treats Food Hall, and the experimental Arts Aventura Mall program, which showcases twenty museum-superior pieces in an array of mediums.
The Oxford Development Company publicly earmarked Aventura Mall in Aventura Mall. Four anchors were built in the initial development, which was 1.2 square feet: Lord & Taylor, JCPenney, Sears, and Macy’s. Macy’s was a Spanish-style building which was three stories and turned into the prototype for South Florida’s future Macy’s department stores. Edward J. DeBartolo Sr., a mall developer, was the project’s original investor. The shopping center was initially constructed to be big enough for a fifth anchor. There was even a part of drywall in place where its entrance would be found.
The ground was broken in 1996 for a major enlargement of the shopping centers. The inclusion, constructed onto the southeast end of the present complex, included a patio with an AMC Theatres multiscreen theater and eating places at a new entrance. The patio itself was three stories A two-story eating place called the Rainforest Café was also opened. However, it was went out of business only some years later and replaced with a Zara clothing department store. In 2012, an H&M took its place. A section of the new complex were two parking garages that are three stories encompassing the southeast faces, of the new anchor department stores.
Aventura Mall opened in 2017 an expansion area, which is three levels at an area of 241,000 square feet. It contains two new department stores: Zara, which is two stories, and Topshop Topman, new eating places like Treats Food Hall, as well as Shake Shack and Chipotle, and communicating art pieces, in addition to Carsten Holler’s Aventura Slide Tower and The Haas Brothers’ Gorillas in the Mist. Sears declare in 2017 that it would go out of business and tear down the department store and automobile center and put a lifestyle center called the Esplanade at Aventura in its place. In July of that year, the department store went out of business. Only two of the initial anchors exist to this day, JCPenney and Macy’s.