The City entered into a partnership with Broward County and higher education entities, namely Broward College (BC) and Nova Southeastern University (NSU), to construct a community library and education center in an effort to provide a variety uses for the benefit of the public at the Town Center site.
The development of Miramar’s first Cultural Center – Arts Park has resulted in a significant contribution to the cultural development of southwest Broward County by allowing the City to celebrate its rich cultural diversity through a variety of programs and activities.
The Town Center project houses a mass transit facility known as ‘Central Station’ that currently provides Miramar Shuttle service and eventually will also connect to three Broward County mass-transit routes and one Miami-Dade County mass-transit route.
City Hall reached substantial completion in August 2004 and a phased move-in commenced shortly thereafter. The City Hall Grand Opening Celebration was held in December 2004 with over 8,000 people in attendance.