15.85 +/- Acres with US Highway 1 Frontage

4000 US Highway 1 South Ft. Pierce, FL 34982

4000 US Highway 1 South, Ft. Pierce, FL, 34982
4000 US Highway 1 South, Ft. Pierce, FL, 34982
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Feb 08, 2019


The subject property consists of 2 adjacent parcels of vacant land located on the eastern side of South US Highway 1, Fort Pierce. Parcel 1 consists of 5.78+/- acres with 432.27 feet of frontage on South US Highway 1 and Parcel 2 consists of 10.07+/- acres contiguous to Parcel 1 with no frontage. Parcel 1 can also be divisible to 1.5 or 2 acre sites. Permitted Uses include retail sales and service, auto and marine sales and services, hotel/motel sales and services, and religious institutions (click on link to Permitted Uses for full list). Potential for multi dwelling on 10 +/- acre rear parcel.

Located in the heart of “Auto Row” on South US Highway 1 in Fort Pierce, between Midway Road and Virginia Avenue. Development in the area consists of commercial businesses along South US Highway 1 including Coggin Honda, Coggin Acura and Coggin BMW, Dyer Chevrolet, Jetson Appliance, Bev Smith Toyota and Mercedes-Benz of Ft. Pierce, to name a few.

Building Size: 15.0sq ft
Lot Size: 15.85 acres

Map of 4000 US Highway 1 South, Ft. Pierce, FL, 34982

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