From Dania Beach to Downtown Fort Lauderdale, new developments are popping up
It’s 102 acres and it’s only a short ride from Fort Lauderdale International Airport. It’s called Dania Pointe, and it’s going to be a massive $800 million mixed-use complex that will have 800,000 square feet of retail, restaurant space, Class A offices, Marriott-flagged hotels, 400 luxury apartments and a public event space. Phase 1 opens soon.
Development in South Florida isn’t new – but the inventiveness of the transformations is. Dania Pointe is being raised where a amusement park once stood.
At other locations in Broward, a development group is embarking on what it calls “opportunistic” projects transforming golf courses industrial, corporate and warehouse parks millions of square feet at a time.