±1.4 Acre Site - Office/Retail Building

1240 NW Federal Highway Stuart, FL 34994

Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Last Verified:
Feb 05, 2020


This properties excellent location, US 1 frontage, and commercial zoning lend itself to a variety of commercial, retail, and office uses. The site is between the Treasure Coast Mall and the Roosevelt Bridge, a very high-end regional shopper’s destination. Home 2 Suites is nearing completion to the north. To the south, adjoining the subject is the existing 120 room Hampton Inn. An extensive residential community North River Shores is to the west, B-2 zoning designation accommodates a multitude of commercial uses including restaurants with or without (drive-thru) facilities. Offices, bars, and retail establishments.
The areas retail hub is just to the north. Retailers include Macy’s, Penney’s, Dillard’s, Target, Best Buy, Total Wine & More, Home Depot, Publix, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Barnes and Noble, just to name a few. All the above add up to a great site for any business. This is one of the last remaining sites on this section of US 1 in Stuart and should not be missed.

1240 NW Federal Highway, Stuart, FL 34994

Lot Size: 1.4 acres

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