Lauderhill Mall opened in 1966 and is known as the first air-conditioned mall in the south-eastern United States. Since it’s opening, Broward County and South Florida in general have changed dramatically. For example, the population of Broward County was only 350, 000 in 1966. Today it is 1.8 million and growing. And the Lauderhill Mall continues to evolve to serve its everchanging neighborhood. Lauderhill Mall was bought for over $18 million by Real State investor, Yoram Izhak, founder of IMC properties. IMC properties have reached $100 million in investments in 2012.

Plans for the new mall include: $6 million
renovations, CVS, FUN ZONE arcade

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In celebration of lauderhill’s cultural diversity, Caribbean Falls is planned for the S.R 7 corridor. At 45,000 sq. ft,, Caribbean Falls will consist of restaurants, banquet halls, conference rooms, outdoor dinning, private office as well as indoor and outdoor live entertainment. Nightclubs and restaurants have already been preapproved to lease at Caribbean Falls beginning this year. Construction includes the new Atlantis Bar and Grill which also includes locations in Palm Beach at Cocoa Beach Resort. Site located right in front of Lauderhill Mall (next to cassa).

Lauderhill commission voted on approving the design and construction of the 1200 seat Lauderhill Performing Arts Center and Library. The site is located at the Central Regional Park. The performing arts center will cost $13.8 million to build and an additional $440,000 for the building to qualify for LEED Gold standards (same LEED standard as the Empire State building in New York). This building will consist of a 38,000 sqft auditorium and a 10,000 sqft library, the projected completion will be of 18 months.

This newly developed building will include:
. State of the art auditorium
. 10,000 Foot public Library
. Building will be LEED Gold Standar