Pompano Citi Centre
is a primarily open-air shopping mall
in Pompano Beach
. The center consists of a big box
retailer strip, in addition to a small lifestyle center
section. The mall's anchors include J. C. Penney
, and Sears
. Office Depot
are considered by Faison, the property owner and developer, as junior anchors.
Previously, the center was an enclosed mall called Pompano Square
. Originally developed by Leonard L. Farber, Inc. in 1970, Pompano Fashion Square
was renamed and renovated in 1985 to better compete with newer shopping centers. By the early-2000s, however, Pompano Square was a dead mall
. Interest in redevelopment surfaced in 2004, and Faison revitalized the center into its current state in 2006.
The old enclosed mall featured Jordan Marsh
(which became Mervyn's
and later Dillard's
, but was demolished in 2005 for Lowe's) and Burdines
, today operating as Macy's. Penney's and Sears were retained from the old mall.