Without a glass ceiling in her way, the only place for Terranova’s new president, Mindy Mcllroy, to go is up.

INDULGE MAGAZINE — February 8,  2019 — BY ANGELA CARAWAY-CARLTON For Mindy McIlroy, traveling has always inspired her work. After romping through European produce markets, and devouring her way through Eataly in Manhattan, the commercial real estate exec knew that Miami Beach needed a food hall.

She had just the spot: the always-bustling Lincoln Road, where her longtime employer, Terranova Corporation, owns six buildings. That was five years ago – long before 2018’s frenzy of food hall openings.

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SUMMER CONTINUES TO SIZZLE FOR MIAMI’S RETAIL REAL ESTATE MARKET

MIAMI’S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS — August 7, 2018 Terranova Corporation, South Florida’s leading commercial real estate firm, has announced a plethora of new tenants opening in two of its most prestigious retail locations in Miami-Dade County – Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile and Miami Beach’s coveted world-famous pedestrian thoroughfare Lincoln Road.

On Lincoln Road, three new restaurants and a café embracing the diversity of Miami Beach’s local and tourist populations, join the vibrant mix of dining destinations and retail outlets on the Road.  At the same time, Miracle Mile welcomes two fast-casual restaurants and a unisex salon and spa to the Mile in tandem with the completion of the city’s streetscape beautification project.  In June 2018, Terranova announced the first wave of vendors (there will be 16 in total) many of the exciting new local concepts in their first brick and mortar location, that have signed on to their new 9,600 square foot food hall, The Lincoln Eatery (TLE), located just north of Lincoln Road.  TLE is slated to open in December 2018.

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Expanded retail building opens on Lincoln Road with new tenants

SOUTH FLORIDA BUSINESS JOURNAL — November 3, 2017 — BY BRIAN BANDELL Terranova Corp. completed the renovation and expansion of a retail building on South Beach’s Lincoln Road, one of the nation’s most expensive shopping districts.

Miller Construction completed the $15 million project at 801 Lincoln Road, at the corner of Meridian Avenue. The three-story building totals 27,077 square feet. The construction of the Art Deco-style building required rerouting power, water, and sewer connections.

“Terranova’s vision for an exceptional design statement really brings new energy to the retail streetscape,” Miller Senior VP Brian Sudduth said. “We’re please to have helped them create a South Beach landmark.”

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