The City of Port St. Lucie is seeking a partner to construct and operate a waterfront restaurant in what is expected to become a showcase park on the banks of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. The North Fork of the St. Lucie River, a state designated aquatic preserve, runs through the heart of Port St. Lucie. Restaurant customers will enjoy access to the Atlantic Ocean because the river connects into Martin County and the City of Stuart, where it flows into the Indian River Lagoon and out to the ocean.
The North Fork of the St. Lucie River attracts locals and tourists. Because of its unique natural qualities, the State of Florida has designated it as an “Outstanding Florida Water.”
This 10-acre city-owned park will feature:
• Parking • Boardwalk
• Restrooms • Stage
• Children’s Play Area • Floating Docks
• Historic Village
The City will provide the infrastructure including parking, sewer, and water lines to serve the proposed restaurant.
For more information, contact:
June Raymond, Buyer - Office of Procurement Management
JRaymond@cityofpsl.com (772) 344-4055
Created on November 13th, 2017 (last updated 6 months ago)