Monthly Archives: February 2020

Mattamy Homes Breaks Ground on Manderlie

Dignitaries, media and members of the public today joined Mattamy Homes, North America’s largest privately owned homebuilder, in breaking ground on the company’s newest community located in master-planned Tradition in Port St. Lucie, FL. Manderlie is a private, gated oasis that boasts impeccable new homes in St. Lucie County – priced from the $200s – and a vast array of exclusive indoor and outdoor amenities.
Feb. 10, 2020|

Cleveland Clinic Marks First Anniversary of Its Regional Health System in Florida

Cleveland Clinic recently marked the one-year anniversary of Indian River Medical Center and Martin Health System becoming full members of the Cleveland Clinic health system and the establishment of a five-hospital regional system serving southeast Florida.
Feb. 5, 2020|

MIDFLORIDA Credit Union launches naming rights at Civic Center

Venue renamed MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Event Center
Feb. 4, 2020|

Exciting improvements coming to PSL’s riverfront at Kick-Start Park Party

The City is excited to kick-start several projects near the St. Lucie River including the Riverwalk Boardwalk (Westmoreland segment), WOW playground design, historic homes renovations, riverfront restaurant development and overall site improvements.
Feb. 4, 2020|

Entrepreneurs learn the ABCs of problem-solving

For most people the world of entrepreneurship, new technologies and innovation exists only in Silicon Valley, world renowned research institutions or at least in the big city — right? At its core, entrepreneurship is about problem-solving. It is about creating and developing simple solutions for people’s everyday problems. One does not have to create the world’s next greatest idea to find or realize success as an inventor or entrepreneur. It is about simple solutions to everyday problems. Everyone, no matter the geographic location, would welcome these solutions to their problems. Entrepreneurial opportunities are swirling around each of us every day, but we must be listening for the problems.
Feb. 4, 2020|

Farm focuses on alternative-protein plant

In the open farmland rolling west of the town of Fellsmere, Parabel USA, Inc. is waging a food revolution. There, on an aqua farm, the company grows a potential solution to a zero-footprint food source. Water lentils are sprouting and growing in acres of fertile, large-scale hydroponic ponds.
Feb. 4, 2020|

The Pongamia Prospect

Tree from India may breathe new life into Florida’s “ghost groves”
Feb. 4, 2020|

Once king, agriculture making comeback on Treasure Coast

Agriculture has been a prime driver for the Treasure Coast economy for most of its modern history. More than a century ago, pineapples were the top crop. Pineapples were eventually replaced by other crops, particularly citrus, which along with cattle ranching continued to dominate the economic landscape until air conditioning and interstate highways helped boost tourism and industries tied to exponential population growth, including home construction.
Feb. 4, 2020|


Happy New Year and welcome to a new year of Treasure Coast Business, the publication dedicated to all things business across the Treasure Coast. As the Florida Small Business Development Center at Indian River State College begins a new year of operations and Treasure Coast Business prints its January 2020 issue, it is time to reflect on and review 2019 performance.
Feb. 4, 2020|