The restoration of Fort Pierce’s neighborhoods is a key strategy to revitalizing the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Area and City of Fort Pierce as a whole. One way to accomplish this goal is to dispose of surplus property owned by the City/FPRA.
The City of Fort Pierce and Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency sells City and FPRA-owned real property declared as surplus. Once the property has been declared as surplus by the City Commission/FPRA Board the property shall be offered for sale to the public with an Invitation for Sealed Bids.
Bids are evaluated by the City of Fort Pierce who shall be the sole judge of its own best interests, the bid itself, the qualifications of the applicant and the resulting final negotiated agreement. Typically, the City’s evaluation criteria will include, but not limited to, consideration of the following:
- Proposed Improvements/Utilization of Property
- Project Timeline
- Economic Impact
- Developer Experience or Owner/Occupant Narrative
See list below of properties categorized by their expected advertisement date. Dates are subject to change. Active bids postings are listed online, here.
March 17, 2021:
- 321 N 13th Street
- 1409 Avenue J
- Dundas Court - 2403-711-0001-000-3
- Dundas Court - 2410-604-0156-000-7
- 2002 Avenue M
March 29, 2021:
- 133 N 10th Street
- N 25th Street - 2408-501-0066-000-6
- N 25th Street - 2408-501-0067-000-3
- 606 N 14th Street
- 701 N 14th Street
- N 14TH Street - 2404-814-0012-000-2
April 12, 2021:
- 434 N 15th Street
- 318 N 17th Street
- 427 N 16th Street
- Avenue B – 2410-604-0134-000-7
- N 22nd Street -- 2404-710-0017-000-8
May 3, 2021:
- 706 N 20th Street
- Avenue D - 2409-603-0055-000-2
- 604 S 6th Street
- 515 Douglas Court
- 1204 Avenue E
- 1620 Avenue E
To view a map of all City and FPRA-owned properties, visit the Development Opportunities Map on the GIS Hub.
For questions regarding surplus properties, please contact Shyanne Harnage, Economic Development Manager.