5 new businesses set for Suniland Shopping Center

By Lee Stephens….
Retailers Liquor One, Oye Cuban Grill, NutriShop, The Cheese Course and Phil Fung Studio have opened outlets in the Suniland Shopping Center or will open in the near future.

Suniland, at 11325 S. Dixie Hwy., is one of the most successful shopping centers in Miami-Dade County. With an average household income nearing $120,000 within a onemile radius of the center and its location between two successful regional malls — Dadeland to the north and The Falls to the south — Suniland is a prime location for growing retailers.

Liquor One of Miami, a local fine wine and spirits merchandiser, recently relocated from Flagler Street to a 1,036 square foot storefront at Suniland. Liquor One offers a complete selection of beer, wine and spirits, is open late seven days a week, provides delivery service.

Oye Cuban Grill has opened in the 3,061- square-foot space at the north end of the shopping center that formerly housed Offerdahls. The restaurant adds “delicious, authentic, quick” Cuban dining at competitive prices. Oye is another fast casual option for frequent Suniland shoppers.

National franchise Nutrishop Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Superstore joins Suniland in a 1,200 square foot store. With more than 100 locations across the U.S., Nutrishop is one of the fastest growing retail nutrition chains. The Suniland location is Nutishop’s first location in southeast Florida and will open for business in the coming weeks.

The Cheese Course, a European-style cheese shop specializing in artisanal cheeses from dairy farms all over the world, joins Suniland in a 2,182-square-foot location. The Cheese Course is expected to open early 2011.

Phil Fung Studio is the inaugural Arts Incubator artist. Terranova Arts Incubator is a “pop-up shop” program that offers vacant retail space at subsidized rates to handselected designers, artists, artisans, curators and creatives. Fung’s gallery space at Suniland had a grand opening on Dec. 2.

The deals were all brokered by Terranova executive vice president Mindy McIlroy.

“Retailers have again started to seek aggressive expansion,” said McIlroy. “Flurries of new leasing activity show that the road to economic recovery for retail real estate is well on its way.”

For more information, call the Terranova Corporation at 305-695-8700 or go to www.terranovacorp.com.

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