The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale

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The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale
Location Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 United States
Coordinates 26°08′12″N 80°06′49″W / 26.136667°N 80.113721°W / 26.136667; -80.113721Coordinates: 26°08′12″N 80°06′49″W / 26.136667°N 80.113721°W / 26.136667; -80.113721
Address 2414 East Sunrise Boulevard
Opening date November 11, 1980
Developer Leonard L. Farber, Inc.
Management Jones Lang LaSalle
Owner Keystone Florida Property Holding Corp.
Architect Gamble, Pownall & Gilroy (Sunrise Center)
No. of stores and services 120+
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 1,400,000 square feet (130,000 m2)
No. of floors 2 (Dillard's has 4)
Parking Garages
Website galleriamall-fl.com

The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale is an upscale shopping mall in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was originally the Sunrise Center, an open-air shopping mall constructed in 1954, but was demolished except for the Jordan Marsh store (now Dillard's), and rebuilt as an enclosed mall.[1] The Galleria opened in three phases, initially on November 11, 1980 with Burdines (now Macy's) and Saks Fifth Avenue (mostly now H&M and Regus), second in 1982 featuring Neiman Marcus, and lastly in 1983 with Lord & Taylor (partially now Powerhouse Gym and SeaQuest).

The mall is owned by Keystone Florida Property Holding Corporation, and was managed by the Kravco Company and its successors Kravco Simon and Simon Property Group up until May 2012, when management was taken over by Jones Lang LaSalle.

The mall’s anchors include Dillard's, H&M, Macy's, and Neiman Marcus Pacsun .

Current Anchors[edit]

  • Dillard's; 192,174 square feet (17,853.5 m2)
  • H&M; 28,000 square feet (2,600 m2)
  • Macy's; 198,433 square feet (18,435.0 m2)
  • Neiman Marcus; 80,683 square feet (7,495.7 m2)

Former Anchors[edit]

  • Burdines (converted to Macy's in 2005)
  • Jordan Marsh (closed in 1991 and became Dillard's in 1993)
  • Lord & Taylor (closed in February 2002 and later will be partially split into a 22,000 square foot Powerhouse Gym and a 23,000 square foot SeaQuest 2018 with a 40,000 square foot vacant space)
  • Saks Fifth Avenue (closed in July 2008, became a Publix Health and Fitness Expo in 2011, then mostly split into a 28,000 square foot H&M and a 22,781 square foot Regus in 2016 with a 22,000 square foot vacant space)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rosenberg, Gayle (9 November 1980). "Galleria moves into mall picture". Boca Raton News. Retrieved 15 July 2009. 

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