Mediterranean restaurant Motek continues its South Florida expansion with plans to open its fifth outpost at Brickell City Centre by year-end.
The café, led by husband-and-wife team Charlie and Tessa Levy, leased 10,000 square feet at 701 South Miami Avenue, according to a Motek news release and a spokesperson for the restaurant. Motek offers kosher-style offerings with Glatt kosher meat, but isn’t a certified kosher restaurant, as it serves dairy and doesn’t have separate kitchens and preparation areas, according to its website.
Jared Robins and Justin Lee of Inhouse Commercial represented the tenant. The landlord, Swire Properties, was represented in-house by Jonathan Schweitzer
Motek also has a restaurant at the Seybold building at 36 Northeast First Street in downtown Miami, and two at Aventura Mall, at 19565 Biscayne Boulevard, one on the lower level and another at the third-floor food hall. This year, it also opened an outpost at 45 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, and leased 5,200 square feet in Miami Beach at the Triton Tower Condominium at 2899 Collins Avenue.