Broward County and the City of Fort Lauderdale have combined to jointly develop a new government center campus to be occupied by both entities, with the intent of obtaining efficient facilities and provide opportunities for each to interact, share and collaborate and present a positive image of efficiency and cooperation between both entities for residents. The form and aesthetics of the campus will express the forward-thinking values and goals of both government entities.
The new campus is intended to replace the existing County Government Center East and City Hall and to produce a new joint government center, a new bus transit terminal for Broward County's Transportation Department, administration offices and associated multi-story parking garage.
new combined facility key component is anticipated to be a multi-story Class "A"
office Administrative tower of approximately 901,873 square feet, inclusive of
332,200 square feet for County use, 248,191 square feet for City use, in
addition to the parking garage structure and bus terminal.
The new joint facility is intended to house each entity's Commission Chambers and administrative service agencies.