The Broward County Convention Center sits facing the Intracoastal Waterway, offering panoramic water views through a soaring glass wall.

The newly-updated pre-existing center with its expanded exhibit space is now open, and work continues through 2025 on the remainder of the $1.3 billion expansion project. When completed, the Convention Center will boast more than 1.2 million square feet, including a 350,000 square feet contiguous exhibition hall, a new building featuring a 65,000 sq. ft. waterfront ballroom, an expansive outdoor plaza with restaurants, a concert venue and landscaping to create a parklike atmosphere, and the new 801-room Omni headquarters hotel. 

On prominent display will be the spectacular and famous 36ft. x150 ft. sculpture, "Sailfish in Three Stages of Ascending" by Kent Ullberg  - dramatic by day and breathtaking by night. All this is just a short drive from the airport, the beaches and Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas downtown dining, shopping, arts and entertainment district.

Completely state-of-the-art with cutting-edge technological services, the center features an executive teleconference suite and wireless Internet access and hot spots throughout. A five-star food and beverage department presents inspired cuisine, and top-notch staff works with planners to execute all the details of even the most complex program with ease.

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