The scope is immense: 4,800 residential units; 950,000 square feet of retail space; 1,450 hotel rooms, 1.85 million square feet of offices and a Broadway-style theater that’s more than three times the size of the Broward Center for Performing Arts.
At the heart of the project is a Broadway-style theater to be operated by the New York-based Nederlander Organization, which runs about 30 theaters worldwide. President James L. Nederlander became an SSE partner last year, but provided no details about when Oz may rise.
“Right now, there is nothing I can talk about,” he said.
And of course, the New Vista Theatre is fighting for its life, despite a number of critically acclaimed shows.
What do you think? Is Broward County ready for a major theatre district, and should it be assembled by a team from out of state and installed in Sunrise?