Titusville Mall demolition underway

TITUSVILLE, Fla. — The Titusville Mall is coming down. Phase one of demolition began earlier this week.


The mall, built in the 1960s, will be replaced by a $235,000,000 mixed-use commercial and residential development called the Titusville Resort and Destination.

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The demolition will clear the way to build a 153-room Cambria Hotel, 100 units of assisted living with memory care, three restaurants and a 240-unit apartment complex, with more to come.

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Titusville Resort and Destination’s Jesse Wright told us, “There’s a transformation of these malls to become something more accustomed to today.”

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