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Located in southeastern Florida, about 120 miles south of Orlando and 60 miles north of West Palm Beach, St. Lucie County lies within a four-county region, referred to as the Treasure Coast.
Convenient transportation access to I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike, rail, seaports, Treasure Coast International Airport, a designated U.S. Customs port of entry, and direct global air access through multiple international airports.
Primary cities within the region include Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Stuart and Vero Beach. At nearly 300,000 the current population in St. Lucie County, includes 174,000 residents in Port St. Lucie, the largest city in the region. Population on the Treasure Coast stands at over 640,000 with a regional workforce of nearly 280,000.
There are many reasons to choose St. Lucie County, Florida as a place to relocate, expand or launch your business. As an emerging region for cutting edge companies St. Lucie is pushing the frontiers of research in life sciences, bio-technology, energy, aviation, information technology and manufacturing.
This competitive location also provides a spectacular setting in which to work and play. St. Lucie County’s natural resources are enviable, with more than 21 miles of pristine coastline and beaches, more than 20,000 acres of public parks and natural preserves, and miles of rivers and waterways.