The brainchild of Mindy McIlroy to bring excitement and diversity to Lincoln Road retail, a unique Pop-up Program is creating opportunities for a growing number of local and start-up concepts to locate themselves in a bustling and enviable location with little to no risk. Most of the pop-up shops are renewing for longer-term leases and expanding into larger spaces, creating new opportunities for jobs and economic growth.
Terranova created the Lincoln Eatery, noted as Miami Beach’s first food hall, building a sense of community in the heart of Lincoln Road. The Lincoln Eatery brings together 16 fast-casual, artisan, and grab-and-go concepts for locals, foodies, tourists, and anyone seeking a place to eat, drink and relax in the city. The innovative space also serves as host to a variety of events and is noted as a popular gathering place celebrating the intersection of food, design, and community in a setting perfect for Instagram-worthy moments.
Stephen Bittel is a longtime advocate and board member of the 83-acre botanic garden with extensive collections of rare tropical plants. His work includes spearheading and funding the planting of 1,000 orchids within the trees along Miami Beach’s iconic Lincoln Road, which has served to beautify the area and engage the community in celebration of a key asset: native Florida plants. The orchids, which more than a century ago blanketed oak and mahogany trees throughout South Florida, were attached to existing trees along Lincoln Road as part of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s “The Million Orchid Project.”