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Campus / Research Facility Opportunities in Florida Life Science Hub

By Tambone Companies E-Newsletter

University / Research Facility Opportunities among Florida Life Science Hub

In partnership with the City of Port St. Lucie, Tambone at Tradition is excited to present land purchase and development opportunities in Phase I (84 acres of land) of Tradition Center for Commerce in Port St. Lucie, Florida.


Nestled among Keiser University, Cleveland Clinic, and the Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center, Tradition Center for Commerce (TCC) is a prime opportunity to expand education campuses and research facilities in a rapidly expanding area of South Florida with a growing population and supportive local government.

TCC is located between West Palm Beach, FL and Orlando, FL at an I-95 exit and is just 4.5 miles from Florida's Turnpike!

With easy access, highway frontage, and a great local workforce in South Florida's 3rd largest city, TCC offers immediate development opportunities for universities and research groups, big and small.

Other uses include: Medical, Retail, Recreation, Commercial Office, and Industrial

 Recent Area News:

Cleveland Clinic to conduct coronavirus research in new Port St. Lucie research center

Torrey Pines to become part of Florida International University

Developer of medical offices to buy 6-acre parcel in Tradition

Area Highlights:

  • The Tradition Center for Commerce is Located in Port St. Lucie, Florida within the Master Planned Community of Tradition
  • Port St. Lucie is the #1 Safest, Large City in Florida
  • Port St. Lucie is the Third Largest City in South Florida
  • 21 Miles of Pristine Beaches
  • 3,500+ Residences Built or Permitted in Immediate Area
  • Recognized as Top in the Nation for Millennials Buying Their First Home
  • PSL ranked as top city positioned for economic advancement in the new decade

Learn more about the exciting opportunities for development within Tradition Center for Commerce.

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