The official -circa-1981- logo of Fort Lauderdale's then-emerging GALLERIA shopping complex. It was being built as the circa-1950s SUNRISE CENTER was being demolished.
Graphic from the Boca Raton News
GALLERIA FORT LAUDERDALE TENANTS 1981:
JORDAN MARSH (with Beauty Salon and Gulfstream Restaurant) / BURDINES (with Beauty Salon and Hibiscus Tea Room restaurant) / SAKS FIFTH AVENUE / The Athlete's Foot / August Max / Baron's men's wear / Brooks Brothers / Butler Shoes / Cache / The Cafe Deli / Champs Sport Shop / Chess King / Colony Shop / Elegant Handbags / FAO Schwartz / Financial Federal Savings & Loan / Florsheim Thayer McNeil Shoes / Fotomat / Foxmoor Casuals / Galleria Cinemas 1-2-3-4 / General Nutrition Center / Gulfstream Bank / Hollywood Federal Savings & Loan / Kinney Shoes / Lerner Shops / The Limited / McDonald's / McQuade Travel Services / Laura Ashley / Liz Martin / Mayor's Jewelers / Morrow's Nut House / Naturalizer Shoes / Paine Weber / Pappagallo Shop / Parklane Hosiery / Polo By Ralph Lauren / Romero Jewelers / Sara Fredericks / Sbarro Italian Eatery / Spec's Music / Sunglass Place / Swim 'N Sport / Tennis Lady / That Jean Look / The Forum men's wear / Thom McAn Shoes / Uno Jewelers / Waldenbooks / With Panache / Wuv's
A GALLERIA map from November 1981 shows the parking situation at the shopping hub. The east and west mall sections topped 2 levels of covered parking, with a 1-level garage beneath the middle. All parking was designated by color; i.e., Orange, Red, Purple and Blue. At this time, the GALLERIA was open for business but not fully complete. Two anchor stores would soon be added.
Original drawing from The Boca Raton News