Official Press Release from Terranova Corporation
The Terranova Corporation, a leading commercial real estate firm, and chairman Stephen Bittel announced today that Origen is the next tenant to call Miracle Mile home. The three-year lease is set at 216 Miracle Mile, where Origen, co-founded by Elisa Londoñoand Alesia Nava, will occupy 1,089 square feet and will open in February.
“With Miracle Mile serving the needs of the neighborhood and supporting a diverse community, we think Origen will fit right at home with our current eclectic mix of tenants and further strengthen the culture Terranova aims to create on Miracle Mile,” said Mindy McIlroy, President of Terranova.
As one of the largest property owners on Miracle Mile, Terranova aims to bring in tenants who are not only leaders in their industries but match the luxury lifestyle that Miracle Mile is developing. Recent leases Terranova has acquired for Miracle Mile include Cortadito Coffee House, John Martins, Kaia and more.
Conceptualized to be a Latin American brand hub where beauty, fashion, comfort and design converge, Origen will serve as a way for shoppers to meet Latin American talent under a contemporary lens. Origen will carry a variety of clothing from across several fashion lines, featuring resort wear, nightwear, intimates, bathing suits, loungewear, jewelry and accessories, and more.
- Alesia Designs – Alesia is a sustainable, unique, and high-quality fashion brand that features silk scarves and accessories at economical prices. Their 100% silk products embody elegance and showcase hand-illustrated designs inspired by nature.
- Amaranta Nightwear – Amaranta is a Latin-female lead company that sells sustainable, silk pajamas and accessories.
- Bambi Bali – Bambi Bali is a Costa Rican lifestyle brand that offers sophisticated and minimalistic handmade designs created by master craftsmen.
- Bodema – Bodema is an Italian furniture company that has been producing exclusive, high-end sofas, sofa beds, armchairs and beds by hand for 50 years.
- KV Fitness Apparel – KV Fitness is an athletic wear brand that offers high-quality pieces equipped for everyday use both in and out of the gym.
- Nay CR – Nay CR is a Costa Rican luxury clothing brand for women.
- Nawa Resortwear – Nawa Resortwear is a Colombian-based resort wear brand with a focus on sustainability. Garments are made of 100% cotton and linen.
- Maylé Vasquez – Maylé Vasquez is a fashion brand that offers versatile Caribbean garments beautifully tailored to flatter women.
- Not a Uniform – Not a Uniform is a local and sustainable clothing brand based in Columbia.
- Ladicani – Ladicani Design is a unique lifestyle brand with handcrafted, simple and functional goods essential to everyday life.
- Lola Relola– Lola Relola is an inclusive shoe brand for women made from high-quality materials from Brazilian, Colombian, and Italian tanneries.
“We are looking forward to becoming part of the Miracle Mile family,” Alesia Nava at Origen said. “We aspire to contribute to Miracle Mile by not only becoming an attractive location for fashion culture but also by playing an active role in the Miracle Mile community. The intention behind Origen is to create a space where Latin American brands can connect with U.S customers, and help them position their brands.”
Since undergoing a streetscape revival in 2016, Miracle Mile has transformed into a high-end outdoor dining and shopping destination. The commercial strip’s steadily increasing appeal is leaving tenants of all industries fighting for a spot and wanting to play a role in shaping Miracle Mile’s culture.