Terranova’s New South Beach Food Hall Complete

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – With Miller Construction Company’s completion of the $2.6 million buildout of Lincoln Eatery for Terranova Corporation, the new South Miami Beach food hall is leasing its 16 tenant-ready spaces for a projected fall opening.

Miller’s crews worked on an aggressive six-month schedule to create the central dining area and the 115- to nearly 500-square-foot individual spaces for restaurants, juice bars and artisanal coffee shops that will bring the space to life as a new social hub for the NoLi (north of Lincoln Road) neighborhood. Terranova Corporation leases and manages the building, which is owned by PPF 723 Lincoln Lane LLC.

Lincoln Eatery’s 9,600-square-foot, space is located in the heart of South Beach’s bustling shopping and dining district, on the ground floor of 723 North Lincoln Lane, just north of the Lincoln Road Mall. The food hall’s design by Miami-based Arquitectonica showcases Miller’s craftsmanship, with unusual triangular ceiling beams that are mirrored with saw cut designs in the slab. Full height glass along the food hall’s frontage provides natural light and wide-angle streetscape views.

According to Terranova Director of Development Josh Gelfman, the versatile food hall space is already delivering on the firm’s vision of a creative, eclectic dining mix, with tenant commitments ranging from sushi, New York-style kosher deli and pizza restaurants, to a French bakery and a nitrogen-ice-cream counter, among others.

Lincoln Eatery is Miller Construction Company’s latest project for Terranova Corporation, following completion of the nearby high-profile 801 Lincoln Road retail complex.