Port St. Lucie sells 6 acres at Tradition Center for Commerce for $1.6M
PORT ST. LUCIE — The city is one step closer to making the Tradition Center for Commerce a reality.
It sold 6 acres at the southeast corner of S. W. Village Parkway and S.W. Discovery Way to Brightwork Acquisitions, LLC of Tampa, for $1.6 million on Sept. 23, according to city records.
Brightworks plans to build a 60,000-square-foot medical office and retail building, according to city records. Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2020 and be completed by third quarter of 2020, according to a news release.
Earlier this year, the city contracted with Tambone Companies as the master developer to market, sell and develop 84 acres within the Tradition Center for Commerce.
Brightwork Acquisitions’ subsidiary, Brightwork Real Estate, specializes in the development of commercial properties. Clients include large retail and restaurant chains, banking and medical businesses.
The Tradition Center for Commerce will provide development options within Tradition, with over 10 million square feet of office, industrial, warehouse, multifamily residential and retail space, officials said.
Potential uses include manufacturing; distribution; retail; education; hospitality, warehousing; corporate offices; medical; research and development; and multi-family housing.