Miami Retail Property Launches $1 Million Renovation

A million dollar commercial real estate renovation project begins this week at Miller Heights Shopping Center.
The retail property located at 9373 SW 56th Street (Miller Drive), Miami, Florida is managed by Sharpe Properties, a full-service commercial property management and leasing company. The shopping center, which has several small chain and mom-and-pop tenants, also has several national shadow anchor tenants such as Publix, Walgreens, and McDonalds. Renovations to the commercial property will begin this week, and will be completed this summer.
Upon completion, the Miller Heights Shopping Center will create a new contemporary retail shopping environment within the Miami commercial property community. The new building improvements expected to enhance shoppers’ experience, include the following:

  • Elevated storefront facades providing retailers with greater exposure and visibility to customers
  • Impact-resistant glass windows offer a clean open feel to each retail store
  • Large signage towers to attract customers to the shopping center
  • Updated parking lot to allow an improved traffic flow
  • Lush landscaping throughout the property

“We are excited to start the renovation project at the Miller Heights Shopping Center,” said Mason Sharpe, Vice President and General Counsel for Sharpe Properties. “The facade renovation for this retail property will not only provide greater storefront visibility for our retail tenants, but offer a very pleasant and enjoyable shopping experience to their customers. The improvements at this retail property will allow all types of businesses, ranging from small niche boutique stores to large chain restaurants, the ability to attract strong traffic and demographics from customers living and working in the busy Miami area.”
Sharpe Properties hired BRV Construction Services, Inc. as the project’s General Contractor. BRV’s past commercial real estate projects include notable companies such as Burger King, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks Coffee, KIMCO Realty, The Falls shopping center, FP&L, and the University of Miami.
Source: Miami Herald



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