Crescent Heights announced a number of retail tenants for its 1212 Lincoln Road development in Miami Beach including an “expanded, first-of-its-kind version of Major Food Group’s renowned brunch institution Sadelle’s.”
Major Food Group (MFG), which recently opened its Carbone restaurant here, is planning a 10,000 sq ft Sadelle’s restaurant and market concept that includes “the full selection of Sadelle’s classics” alongside its first all-day market with “a range of prepared foods and the finest specialty pantry items curated by MFG’s Michelin-starred chefs,” according to the announcement. Sadelle's is known for its bagels, baked goods, sliced-to-order salmon, chopped salads, and "decadent" sandwiches.
Other tenants announced include Sunlife Organics, Barry’s Bootcamp, and Peter Alexander Salon.
A Rooftop Cinema Club was previously approved for the top of the recently completed 400 space parking garage in the first phase of the development. A CitizenM Hotel will anchor the still-to-be-constructed portion of the project at the corner of Lincoln and Alton Roads on the former site of the Wells Fargo bank which moved into the new section of the development.
Crescent Heights specializes in the development, ownership, and operation of architecturally distinctive mixed-use high-rises and creative retail in major cities across the United States.
Major Food Group (MFG) is a New York-based restaurant company founded by Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick, and Rich Torrisi. Its restaurant concepts include CARBONE, Sadelle’s, THE GRILL, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Dirty French, Parm, and The Lobster Club.
Sadelle’s has locations in New York City’s SoHo, The Bellagio in Las Vegas, and Kith Paris.
Rendering courtesy Crescent Heights
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