A month after announcing a strategic shift in plans for Miami Worldcenter’s retail component, the developers backing the 27-acre project have released a new design for open-air stores.

While the $2 billion project initially called for a 760,000-square-foot enclosed mall anchored by department store giants Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s, new renderings show one- and two-story stores spanning three blocks from Northeast Seventh to Tenth streets. Cutting through the middle of the outdoor shopping plaza is Ninth Street, which would be closed to vehicular traffic.