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Shops of Sunset Place home to CasaIdeas’ first U.S. store
CasaIdeas stocks more than 500 new items every three weeks.

Shops of Sunset Place home to CasaIdeas’ first U.S. store

By Mayra Hernandez….

CasaIdeas stocks more than 500 new items every three weeks.

The Shops at Sunset Place, one of South Miami’s leading retail and entertainment destinations, continues to improve its retail mix by providing more great options, including the addition of CasaIdeas’ first U.S. location.

Specializing in stylish and affordable home décor, CasaIdeas stocks more than 500 new items every three weeks or more than 10,000 original products, yearly. From festive dinner plates to cozy rugs and blankets, CasaIdeas offers shoppers everything that they could want and more, helping them to create a space that is fun, creative and uniquely theirs.

“We are excited to welcome CasaIdeas’ first location in the United States to our popular collection of retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues,” said Alein Cadalso, mall manager at the Shops at Sunset Place. “The Shops at Sunset Place continues to be a vibrant part of the Miami community offering great shopping, dining and a place to meet.”

For more information about Casaideas, visit online at www.casaideas.com.

The Shops at Sunset Place is an open-air shopping venue that features a majestic waterfall and cascading fountain amidst a dramatic grand staircase. The mall is located at the intersection of S. Dixie Highway (US1) and Red Road (SW 57th Avenue) in South Miami and is managed by Simon Property Group Inc.

The Shops at Sunset Place offers a lineup of dining and entertainment venues, including AMC 24 Sunset Place with IMAX, Color Me Mine, Cool-de-Sac Play Café, Dan Marino’s, Gameworks, and Splitsville Luxury Lanes and Dinner Lounge. In addition, the Shops at Sunset Place is home to leading retailers such as American Eagle Outfitters, Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble Superstore, Forever 21, Hollister Co., Gap/Gap Kids, Niketown, Pottery Barn, Victoria’s Secret, Urban Outfitters, and Z-Gallerie.

Additional information is available at www.simon.com.

2 comments

  1. what happened, why did u close????, it is a shame!!!

  2. When did it open?