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A pivotal chapter in Titusville’s history is being written with the commencement of the Titusville Mall redevelopment.

Scheduled to begin on November 27, 2023, the partial demolition of the longstanding mall is not just an end, but a transition to a modern, multifaceted urban village.

Since its inception in 1966, the Sears Town Mall, and currently the Titusville Mall, has been more than a shopping center; it has been a community landmark.

With the opening of the first Regal Cinema in the U.S. alongside it, the mall quickly became a social and retail nucleus in North Brevard County. For decades, it has been a witness to the region’s ups and downs, reflecting the broader economic and cultural shifts.

The new redevelopment plan entails the removal of 155,000 square feet of the existing structure to make way for a range of modern facilities.

This includes a 153-room Cambria hotel, a 100-unit assisted living facility with specialized memory care services, three restaurants, and a 240-unit apartment complex.

The project reflects a growing trend towards urban village concepts, focusing on mixed-use developments that blend residential, commercial, and recreational spaces.

Significantly, Beall’s Outlet, a mall staple since 2005, vacated in November 2023, giving way to the “Titusville Indoor Flea Market.” This new addition, spreading over 40,000 square feet, will host approximately 200 vendors, offering a dynamic shopping experience under a single roof.

This redevelopment follows the pattern set by the demolition of Miracle City Mall in 2015, which was replaced by Titus Landing. It represents a broader movement in Titusville towards revitalizing and modernizing key areas, aligning them with contemporary urban development trends.


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The Sears Town Mall’s transformation is a testament to the evolving nature of retail and communal spaces, blending modern demands with the rich heritage of a site that has been central to Titusville’s growth and development.

For updates on the project, visit Titusville Resort and Destination or contact Jessie@enterglobe.com.


One response to “Transforming Titusville Mall: Demolition Scheduled for November 27th”

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