Rendering of Esplanade Aventura, the open-air shopping complex coming to the former home of Sears adjacent to Aventura Mall in late 2019.
Rendering of Esplanade Aventura, the open-air shopping complex coming to the former home of Sears adjacent to Aventura Mall in late 2019. Seritage Growth Properties
Rendering of Esplanade Aventura, the open-air shopping complex coming to the former home of Sears adjacent to Aventura Mall in late 2019. Seritage Growth Properties

Bye, Sears. A new open-air shopping and entertainment complex is coming to this mall.

November 17, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED November 17, 2017 11:30 AM

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