CocoWalk Set to Undergo Redevelopment in Miami’s Coconut Grove Neighborhood

The redeveloped CocoWalk will include 150,000 square feet of retail and a large, open-air plaza. The redeveloped CocoWalk will include 150,000 square feet of retail and a large, open-air plaza.

Miami — A partnership between Federal Realty Investment Trust, The Comras Company and Grass River Property has announced plans for the redevelopment of CocoWalk, a lifestyle center located in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood.

The redeveloped property will offer 150,000 square feet of retail space and a large, open-air public plaza. The redevelopment is being designed by Beame Architectural Partnership and Foreseer, a company that specializes in creating unique connections between people and places.

CocoWalk’s new retail mix will feature well-known brands and local operators providing lifestyle, wellness, beauty and other daily services. Food and beverage options will include both fast casual and sit-down restaurants operating during breakfast, lunch and dinner.

A 78,000-square-foot, Class A office building — titled One Cocowalk — is also under construction on the eastern portion of the site. A timeline for the project has yet to be announced. 

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