Zara Flagship Store Comes To Miami Beach @Zara @420lincolnroad #Miami #LincolnRoad

420 LINCOLN ROAD ASSOCIATES, LTD. STOREFRONT420 Lincoln Road, the iconic building located at the east entrance of the Lincoln Road Mall, announced today the signing of a long-term retail lease with Zara USA, Inc. to occupy more than 26,000 square feet of space at the brand’s new Miami flagship location. The store will inhabit two stories of prime retail space at 420 Lincoln Road, located at the corner of Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue, and will offer men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing and accessories.


A registered Miami Beach landmark, 420 Lincoln Road was originally designed by renowned architect Albert Anis at the site of the Lincoln Road Hotel. Zara’s flagship will integrate the property’s Art Deco roots with a two-story, rounded glass facade serving as a beacon for South Beach shoppers and fashion fans. Notable Miami architect Allan Schulman helped design the space, and joins Anis and Enrique Norten – the Mexican-born architect who designed the innovative and striking parking garage – on the list of visionaries who have contributed to the building.


The addition of the Spanish fast-fashion chain is expected to invigorate the shopping corridor and strengthen the retail experience on the east side entrance of the mall. Zara will join a roster of tenants that currently includes Scotch & Soda, PAUL Lincoln Road, Sunglass Hut, OndadeMar and Starbucks.


Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road Mall sees more than 13 million domestic and international visitors annually. 420 Lincoln Road is two blocks from the ocean and one block from the famed Gehry-designed New World Symphony. The property serves as a gateway to the esplanade, as well as an amenity for the surrounding luxury hotels.


420 Lincoln Road is conveniently located at the corner of Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue, anchoring the high-traffic eastern entrance to the Lincoln Road Mall. 420 Lincoln Road has the largest daily footprint on Lincoln Road, and recently added a state-of-the-art, 500-spot parking garage designed by world-renowned architect Enrique Norten. The new parking facility was designed with an over path that connects the garage directly to the building and offers direct access to Lincoln Road. For more information, visit