St. Lucie County is actively sowing the seeds of the future by creating a Research, Education and Development Park (Research Park) in Fort Pierce, Florida, currently comprised of 356 acres with future additions bringing the total acreage to over 1,650 acres.
In 2005, the St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners and the University of Florida collectively created this agriculturally and bio-technologically focused Research Park on Florida's east coast. Through the cooperative efforts of the School Board of St. Lucie County and the University of Florida, plans are advancing for the inclusion of the additional property.
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Florida’s citrus growers are faced with a growing challenge – With citrus acres in production falling due to canker and greening disease can these fallow fields be put to a better use?Read More
Today, the Board of Directors of the Florida Research Parks Network announced its unanimous support for key policies being considered by Florida’s Legislature that will expand Florida’s position in cutting-edge research and applied science:Read More
Ben D. DeVries, FRICS, CRE, brings more than 30 years expertise in corporate real estate and management to the Treasure Coast Research Park.More Information
Learn more about the tenants of the Treasure Coast Research Park.More Information
Welcome to a climate of innovation; a place
where cutting edge research of biotechnology,
alternative fuel and agriculture takes place.
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