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Chick-fil-A, Old Navy to Join $425M River Landing Project in Miami

Chick-fil-A and Old Navy are both scheduled to open in spring 2020 and join already signed tenants Publix, Burlington, T.J. Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, GNC, Chase Bank, AT&T and Hobby Lobby.

MIAMI — UrbanX Group has inked new lease agreements with fast casual restaurant Chick-fil-A and clothing retailer Old Navy to occupy a total of 19,000 square feet along the Miami River. The tenants will join  River Landing Shops & Residences, the 8.1-acre mixed-use development currently under construction. Chick-fil-A and Old Navy are both scheduled to open in spring 2020 and join already signed tenants Publix, Burlington, T.J. Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, GNC, Chase Bank, AT&T and Hobby Lobby.

The $425 million River Landing in the Mid River district, west of downtown Miami, is scheduled to open in early 2020. UrbanX Group’s Andrew Hellinger and Coralee Penabad are River Landing’s lead developers. The project will consist of approximately 345,000 square feet of retail space, 135,000 square feet of office, 528 apartments, more than 2,000 parking spaces, a 25,500-square-foot restaurant row and a landscaped riverwalk.

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