More commercial construction planned for Port St. Lucie’s Tradition
PORT ST. LUCIE — PEBB Enterprises and Banyan Development plan to bring additional retail and other commercial space to Port St. Lucie’s master-planned Tradition, a community exploding with residential growth. The frequent joint venture partners have a contract to acquire nearly 15 acres for the future construction of the Shoppes @ the Heart of Tradition.
The project name is a nod to its location adjacent to the “Heart” sculpture acclaimed international artist JEFRË is designing and constructing at Tradition. The much-anticipated completion date of the sculpture is Valentine’s Day 2022.
After closing, the venture plans to construct a 71,000-square-foot neighborhood grocery-anchored shopping center. It is already in discussions with several potential grocery tenants.
Mattamy partnered with BEEP Autonomous Solutions to create an autonomous vehicle network – Tradition in Motion (TIM) – that is operational throughout the community. PEBB and Banyan’s project site connects to a main drop-off/pick-up area for the autonomous shuttles.
The project site also will also provide direct resident access to Telaro at Tradition, Mattamy’s upcoming premier 55+ active-adult residential community.
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Exit Right Realty purchases Melbourne territory
This young couple from Massachusetts, who moved to Vero Beach 5 years ago, is making waves in the Real Estate industry.
Colleen and Rob MacCallum of Exit Right Realty recently purchased the Melbourne territory in the South Brevard region for Exit Realty. Their new office is at 520 East Strawbridge in the Old Downtown area of Melbourne. Six agents work from the Melbourne office while St Lucie and Vero Beach have 34 with more agents coming in monthly.
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