The Goodtime Hotel in South Beach, backed by rapper Pharrell Williams and hospitality tycoon David Grutman, scored eight new tenants.
They are: Jon & Vinny’s, a Los Angeles restaurant offering Italian food; milk + honey spa; juice and smoothie brand Pure Green; designer vintage eyewear store Vintage Frames Company; gym franchise F45; alternative medicine provider Binske, which offers legal cannabis products; the luxury watch and jewelry store VAULT; and swimwear company Vilebrequin, according to a news release from hotel developers Michael Fascitelli and Eric Birnbaum of New York-based Imperial Companies.
The tenants will be opening starting in the second quarter through the second quarter of 2023. Imperial declined to disclose the square footage leased.
The 266-key Goodtime Hotel opened in April of last year at 601 Washington Avenue with roughly 100,000 square feet of public spaces; Grutman’s 30,000-square-foot Strawberry Moon restaurant and pool club; 45,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, a gym and library. The property includes a 26,000-square-foot amenity deck and 242 valet parking spaces, according to the release.
The developers had paid $36 million for the hotel property in 2015. Designer Ken Fulk also is a project partner.