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By Paul Owers | South Florida | Sun Sentinel

September 23, 2008

Charlie Ladd and George Rahael won’t be distracted.

Despite skeptics and a free-falling economy, the developers say they are moving ahead with plans to reshape nearly 100 acres along Broward Boulevard, just west of Interstate…

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Places that attract George Rahael represent Florida sprawl stereotypes. One spot, ostensibly a city’s main intersection, is no more than six lanes of asphalt separating a confluence of parking lots. Another site is a forgettable strip of tired shopping centers.

Rahael and his Amera Corp. aim to make the first - an intersection in northwest Broward’s Coral Springs - into a $300 million office-residential-retail downtown. The second, west Broward Boulevard just off I-95, will take another $300 million to reconfigure for offices. He’s also starting a $60-million retrofit of a branch bank site in east Boca ...

George Rahael is helping to shape the future of western Broward. In Coral Springs, his development company is moving ahead to create a pedestrian-friendly “downtown” environment. A few miles to the east in Lauderhill, the founder and CEO of Coral Springs-based Amera Cos. plans to turn a vacant retail center into a one-of-a-kind mixed-use center with a Caribbean theme.“While west Broward has great homes, schools and playgrounds, people are yearning for a stronger sense of place,” Rahael says. “Today, suburban residents are seeking out places where they can walk, dine, shop and enjoy with their ...


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