From the Sun-Sentinel story:
Smith said he thinks Feldman was "one of the city's greatest pioneers. I really do. And I think he?d want to be remembered that way.' ... Feldman was 54. He had cancer and was apparently just diagnosed in January. He died in Manhattan in an apartment overlooking Central Park. ... As a developer, Feldman could see what others didn't, Ladd said.
The Feldman Park is named in his honor.
Member of community development corporation, downtown development authority, transportation management association, community redevelopment board, flagler village improvement association, .
Bronze plaque in the coutryard of Fort Lauderdale City Hall.
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