604 N 6th St, Fort Pierce, FL, 34950

604 N 6th St Fort Pierce, FL 34950

604 N 6th St, Fort Pierce, FL, 34950
604 N 6th St, Fort Pierce, FL, 34950
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Excellent Opportunity to purchase 0.12+/- Acres General Commercial Land near Downtown Fort Pierce and Hutchinson Island! Excellent location with great visibility on US Highway 1, just 385 feet south of Seaway Drive providing access to Hutchinson Island and the beaches and 0.3 miles north of Downtown Fort Pierce which boasts excellent night life, shopping and restaurants. With many planned projects in the area like the Kings Landing project, consisting of 116 residential units, 140 room hotel, 35K SF of restaurant space (including a rooftop restaurant / bar), and 17K SF of retail space, Downtown Fort Pierce is set to experience an even bigger boom to its continuing immense growth in the near future. Perfect location for Quick Serve Restaurant (QSR), Coffee Shops, Cafés, Retail, Offices and More! 0.44 Acre Commercial Land directly east of the property is also available – contact listing agent for more information.

Located on the northwest corner of US Highway-1 and Avenue E, about 380 feet south of Seaway Drive and less than half mile north of Orange Avenue (I-95 Exit 131).

Year Built: 2014
Building Size: 0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.12 acres


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