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Port Saint Lucie Florida Saint Lucie West was originally conceived to be a Florida community where people could live, work, shop and play, Saint Lucie West’s design and strategic location offer transportation advantages for businesses and commuters as well as for residents who choose to stay at home.
With hundreds of acres of lakes, championship golf, a major league baseball stadium and beautiful homes in protected small town neighborhoods, Saint Lucie West has been the fastest growing community on Florida’s Treasure Coast for the last fifteen years. Saint Lucie West is a uniquely self-contained community set on 4,600 beautiful acres complete with luxury homes, shopping, dining, fitness centers, banking, schools, even churches and a temple, all only moments away.
In the late 1980s, vast acreage between Florida’s Turnpike and 1-95 became the master-planned community being developed within the city of Port St. Lucie. Established by the Thomas J. White Development Company, the 7-square-mile community was initially planned to have 14,000 new homes, over a 30-year period. The PGA has opened three golf courses and a private Country Club. They have also established their state-of- the-art, 35 acre PGA Learning Center here. This is the first such facility of its kind, designed to enhance the golf skills of the beginner and professional alike. To further accommodate the anticipated increase in visiting golfers, two hotels as well as a time share resort has been built at The Reserve.
The beaches in unincorporated areas of the county and in Fort Pierce will be closed for the July Fourth weekend — Friday through Sunday — in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Beaches in Fort ...