Fashion Mall

Fashion Mall was a three-level shopping mall in Plantation, Florida, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale. The mall closed in December 2006 following hurricane damage.

Read more about Fashion MallHistory, Leadup To Closure, Redevelopment, Current Status

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Fashion Mall - Current Status
... As of early 2012 the mall remains closed and has just been hit by its third foreclosure lawsuit in five years ... The Sheraton Suites hotel attached to the mall has remained in operation throughout the mall closure however ...
Keystone At The Crossing - The Fashion Mall
... The Fashion Mall is the anchor retail center of this large mixed-use development which forms the core of this Far Northside neighborhood of Indianapolis ... The Fashion Mall had its original incarnation in the early 1970s as a small luxury mall of 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) ... The Fashion Mall was adjacent to its companion shopping center called The Bazaar, a building of labyrinthine corridors housing family-run stores ...
Plantation, Florida - Economy
... Plantation was home to two malls, situated across the street from one another the Broward Mall (south of Broward Boulevard), and the Fashion Mall (north of ... The Fashion Mall/Executive Pavilion was sparsely occupied for many years and closed in April 2007 ... The vacant former mall was in line to be put up for auction in 2010, but the auction was cancelled after the property owner paid a court judgement ...

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