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Welcome to Miami Malls


On this page you will find a list of Miami's most sought after shopping malls. Some attract customers because of the illustrious brand names like Prada and Louis Vuitton, while others offer extraordinary prices and selection. Whatever your needs may be, they can surely be met from one of the malls listed here.





The mother ship of malls, Aventura puts all other contenders to shame. Every demographic can leave this 2.7-million-square-foot, 300-retailer expanse a happy shopper, with everything from high-end stops like Louis Vuitton to discounted staples like JCPenney. It's Florida's largest retail mall and verges on the second-largest slot in the nation. And it's only getting bigger. Recent figures say the mall draws about 28 million visitors a year, making it the nation's second-most visited mall after Minnesota's mammoth Mall of America. Aventura is looking to expand with the acquisition of a new wing by the food court and a new parking garage outside Penney's -- no more Sunday-afternoon brawls outside Bloomingdale's!



Trust-fund babies and gold-diggers with impeccable taste call this terrarium of high-end and luxury retailers home. Still, even if you can't throw down a black card, window-shopping at Bal Harbour is just as fun. Let's say you win the lotto tomorrow. Where's the first place you would go? Bal Harbour Shops, of course! And come that fateful day ('cause you know, winning the lotto happens to people every day), designers like Stella McCartney, Saint Laurent, Etro, and Chanel await. Let's not forget the eminent arrival of Barney's, which means only one thing: massive sales. 




Having undergone many facelifts and architectural fillers over the past 30 years as Miami's oldest mall, Dadeland Mall looks damn fine for her age. Not only is the shopping destination the closest glimmer of hope for the residents of Kendall and Pinecrest, the mall also lures 17 million visitors annually to its 1.5-million-square-foot fortress. Not to mention it's the only one on this list boasting a brick-and-mortar Free People and the largest Macy's in Florida.





The president of Lincoln Road, Steven Gombinski, has compared South Beach's sprawling retail and dining promenade to the prestige of the Champs-Élysées in Paris. But if it were up to us, a hybrid version of Las Vegas Boulevard would be a much better fit -- minus all the nudie trading cards scattered on the sidewalk, of course. Lincoln Road is swiftly emerging as one of Miami's premier shopping destinations, with one-off boutiques like Base and Alchemist, and anchoring newcomers like Lululemon and Zadig & Voltaire.




The largest outlet mall in the nation and the sixth largest mall in the country, Sawgrass Mills has 350 stores – not to mention an entire section devoted to dining and entertainment with a 23-screen movie theater.

When it first opened in 1990, on the edge of The Everglades, no one could have foreseen the mall would become the second largest tourist destination in Florida, behind the land of the mouse in Orlando. Nor could anyone have imagined that massive tourist buses coming from Miami hotels would arrive several times a day, packed with tourists from Argentina, Brazil and Colombia





Loaded with some of the best in the ready-to-wear league -- Burberry, Neiman, and multiline boutique Koko & Palenki -- Merrick Park also has a strong sense of community with its annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. Apart from all the spending sprees awaiting at its 110 retail spots

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