The International Swimming Hall of Fame has secured its future at the Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Complex, at least for the next 30 years.

Since 1965, ISHOF and its museum have operated on the same property as FLAC, owned by the City of Fort Lauderdale. Now, a new 30-year lease secures the location — and patches up what's been described as a contentious chapter between the two parties. The agreement comes as FLAC prepares for a $27 million makeover.

Plans call for new competition and diving pools, repair and expansion of training and instructional pools, a new grandstand, bathrooms and a spa.

"It's a huge reset button," ISHOF CEO Brent Rutemiller told PSN sister publication Aquatics International. "It's an incredible gift."

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