Renowned as one of the most iconic and luxurious shopping destinations in the United States, Bal Harbour Shops in Miami, established in 1965, is currently undergoing an extensive expansion project that will double in size upon completion.
During this transformation, the Bal Harbour Shops Access Pop-Up emerged as a novel concept, marking the first time this shopping experience ventured beyond Miami to present luxury retail on a traveling platform – just in time for the holidays. The setup is made from 28 shipping containers, see the rendering below.
Courtesy of Bal Harbour Shops
Discover the Bal Harbour Pop-Up Across the Southeast
The decision to journey from Raleigh, North Carolina, to Tequesta, South Walton County, Greenville, and across both the Southeast and Northwest regions of Florida stems from the desire to introduce global luxury brands to a local market where they don’t exist. This marks an opportunity for shoppers to savor the Bal Harbour experience outside of Miami. The traveling pop up will start very soon, mid November, and end January 2024.
The pop-up spans an impressive 17,000 square feet and showcases an array of fashion brands, including Tiffany & Co, Balmain, Frette, Assouline, James Perse, and more. Furthermore, the pop-up extends its allure beyond retail, offering a curated dining experience that accommodates up to 150 guests, complete with a full service lounge and bar.
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