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SVN Florida’s Marina Specialists coordinating sale of 35.89-acre waterfront parcel in Stuart

02/01/2018

Lot features more than 1,200 feet of frontage on the St. Lucie River across from American Custom Yachts   

JUPITER, Fla. – SVN Florida senior advisor Robert Hamman and senior marina advisor David Kendall are marketing and coordinating the sale of a 35.89-acre waterfront parcel in Stuart, on Florida’s Treasure Coast. The property features more than 1,200 feet of frontage on the St. Lucie River, and offers direct access to the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico via the Okeechobee Waterway. List price is $4.95 million.

The property is owned by American Custom Yachts, Florida’s premier customer yacht builder and marine service facility, located on the St. Lucie River directly across from the listed parcel. The parcel is at 1330 S.W. Swallowtail Way.

“The is an excellent opportunity for an investor looking to build a marina, or a hotel/motel,” said Hamman, adding that the property is situated between Interstate 95 and the Florida Turnpike. “The property also could be a prime location for mixed-use development.”

With a focus on commercial waterfront property, Kendall has established himself as a knowledgeable resource to marina owners, operators, private equity groups and developers with whom he consults with on a regular basis.

“This is a natural fit for a marina operator, especially with such easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway, Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean,” said Kendall, who’s been a commercial real estate advisor for nearly two decades and is an avid boater. “It’s not an opportunity that often presents itself on the Treasure Coast.”

Kendall added that the part of the river the parcel fronts is a safe haven for vessels during inclement weather, such as hurricanes. He said the area provides a natural buffer against damaging winds. For more, visit svnflorida.com.

Ashley Bloom, SVN’s National Land & Development Services Product Council Chairman, said opportunities like this are becoming more and more scarce in the Sunshine State.

“With all the growth and development, especially on the Treasure Coast, there are limited opportunities for waterfront properties,” said Bloom, who has been developing real estate for more than 20 years. “Waterway locations with convenient connection to the ocean are in high demand, and this listing is likely to generate a lot of interest.”

About SVN

SVN, a commercial real estate brokerage firm headquartered in Boston, is one of the industry’s most recognized brands based on the annual Lipsey Top Brand Survey. With more than 190 locations in 500 markets, SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors provide sales, leasing and property management services to more than 5,550 clients worldwide. The Florida team consists of more than 90 advisors serving locations across the state. SVN advisors represent clients in office, multifamily, retail, industrial, self-storage, hospitality, marina, mobile home park and land transactions. All SVN offices are independently owned and operated. For more information on SVN Florida, visit www.svnflorida.com. For the latest news, trends and issues related to the commercial real estate market, visit SVN Florida’s blog http://svnflorida.com/real-estate-blog.

Contacts

Robert Hamman, senior advisor, SVN Florida, 561-346-2310 /  robert.hamman@svn.com

David Kendall, senior marina advisor, SVN Florida, 561-723-8463 / david.kendall@svn.com

Ken Zeszutko, Z-Corp PR and Digital Marketing, 321-213-1818 / 

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