Aventura Mall Experience Defined By Culture, Style & Taste
AVENTURA, FLA. – April 8, 2022 – A Miami landmark and an integral part of the city’s diverse style and culture, Aventura Mall is a must-visit destination for residents and South Florida visitors. Unique experiences, a world-class art collection, eclectic dining, and cutting-edge architecture are just a few elements that make Aventura Mall more than a shopping center: it’s a remarkable playground for culture-seekers and trendsetters alike.
Sweeping views and modern design echo triumphantly through the mall. An oasis for shoppers seeking a unique experience, Aventura Mall continuously features newly opened shops, delectable restaurants and artistic works. A dynamic, three-level wing, designed by world-renowned architect Carlos Zapata, offers unparalleled panoramic views and unique offerings that create an experience that ventures far from the status quo.
Inspired by Miami’s spirit of openness and generosity, Apple’s two-level store complements the creativity that pulses through Aventura Mall. Designed by architecture firm Foster + Partners, the store blurs the lines of interior and exterior design, creating an expansive green space with a lush grove of trees and displays adorned with new technology. The undulating, vaulted roof provides a sustainable touch, harvesting rainwater to reduce the potable water consumption year-round.
A true paradise for shoppers, Aventura Mall is one of the most visited malls in the U.S., cultivating a lineup of the world’s most coveted brands. Pristine luxury boutiques include world-class fashion houses and designers such as Hermès, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Fendi, Givenchy, Burberry and Burberry Kids, BVLGARI, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Tiffany & Co., Rolex, and more.
In addition, the shopping center is anchored by five department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, and is highlighted by 300 of the world’s most popular retailers, including Adidas, Anthropologie, Aritzia, H&M, Ralph Lauren, Sephora, and a two-level Zara.
Once visitors have their fashion fix, there’s more on the menu. Complementing Miami’s eclectic and diverse culture, Aventura Mall’s dining experience enables visitors to brush with cuisines from around the globe. Guests enjoy a multitude of classics and newcomers, many offering indoor and outdoor seating, including Estiatorio Ornos by Chef Michael Mina, Ladurée, CVI.CHE 105, Motek, PANI, Pubbelly Sushi, Sugar Factory, Tap 42 Craft Kitchen + Bar, Pollos & Jarras, Serafina Miami, Bella Luna, Trattoria Rosalia, The Cheesecake Factory, and Divieto Ristorante.
Treats Food Hall, a curated food emporium on the expansion wing’s third level, is a gastronomical delight, home to Jrk!, Shake Shack, Chipotle, Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen, Poké 305, and more.
Before or after enjoying Aventura Mall’s cuisine, visitors can feast their eyes on world-class contemporary art installations by globally renowned artists. The Arts Aventura Mall program has curated more than two dozen pieces throughout the mall, including the 93-foot-tall, landmark Aventura Slide Tower by Carsten Höller and Gorillas in the Mist by The Haas Brothers, a statue of three bronze gorillas that doubles as a whimsical outdoor fountain.
The Arts Aventura Mall program, which includes pieces from Louise Bourgeois, Ugo Rondinone, Julian Opie and Jorge Pardo, also features an 8-foot tall by 8-foot long by 4-foot-wide LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana, one of the preeminent figures in American Pop art. Conceived in 1966 and executed in 1998, LOVE can be found outdoors on the upper level next to Tap 42 Craft Kitchen + Bar.
With artistry emerging throughout the center, Aventura Mall’s architecture delivers cutting-edge design and emboldened creativity. Carlos Zapata’s vision for the new wing is highlighted by an 84-foot by 50-foot glass entrance that brings the “outside in” with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. It continues with an uninterrupted, 350-foot-long skylight that provides the wing with abundant natural light.
Zapata also left his architectural mark on LEVEL THREE, Aventura Mall’s dynamic event venue. His salient details and composition make the space an inviting, modern canvas for fêtes and ceremonies of all varieties. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping views of the city, while the lush rooftop terrace transports guests into an enchanting oasis. LEVEL THREE has gathered an A-list following, becoming the backdrop for high-profile occasions including a fundraiser for Miami HEAT star Dwyane Wade.
For more than 20 years, The Aventura Market has shown #locallove to South Florida farmers and artisans. Shoppers enjoy the perfect indoor setting to explore a variety of unique and thoughtfully created products. Representing the region’s talented cultural melting pot. The Aventura Market showcases a diverse array of exotic foods, fresh produce, desserts, handmade goods and home décor from dozens of local vendors. The Market is open every Saturday and Sunday during mall hours.
“Innovation is a hallmark of everything we do,” says Jackie Soffer, Chairman and CEO of Turnberry, owner, developer and manager of Aventura Mall. “From outstanding design to a unique lineup of retailers, we believe in offering our visitors an unparalleled and culturally rich experience.”
ABOUT AVENTURA MALL: Aventura Mall is the premier shopping destination in Miami and South Florida, and one of the top shopping centers in the U.S. Anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s, the center is highlighted by a mix of over 300 stores, from luxury fashion brands to shopper favorites, including the largest Apple store in Florida, Adidas, Anthropologie, Aritzia, Balenciaga, Burberry, Cartier, Givenchy, Gucci, H&M, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, MCM, Sephora, and Zara. Aventura Mall also features more than 50 eateries and restaurants, including Treats Food Hall; The Aventura Farmers Market, which showcases over 50 vendors; and the experiential Arts Aventura Mall program highlighting 20+ museum-quality pieces in a range of mediums. For hours of operation, visit AventuraMall.com or call (305) 935-1110.