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Fort Pierce, Florida is a stretch of land from the St. Lucie Inlet to the Sebastian Inlet and is often referred to as the “Sunrise City.” Incorporated into a city in 1901, Fort Pierce is one of the East Coasts oldest residential areas. Fort Pierce encompasses a total of 20.8 square miles, with 6.0 miles of that being water. What was once a small beach town of only 300 pioneers, Fort Pierce, FL’s total population has grown to over 41,000 residents today.


Fort Pierce residents can appreciate the Old Florida charm as they visit the historic downtown area. Historic downtown Fort Pierce, a charming and award winning waterfront location that affords beautiful views of the intra coastal waterway, offers a calendar full of events and activities for all ages. Residents can enjoy great dining, contemporary shopping, excellent fishing and an array of entertaining events such as a Farmer’s Market, Bike Night, Jazz Market, and a Friday Fest the 1st Friday of each month that includes various arts and crafts from local artists and food truck from vendors all over the state.


A newly restored 1,200 seat performing arts theater, the Sunrise Theater is located in downtown Fort Pierce. As one of downtown Fort Pierce’s main attractions, this magnificently renewed theater draws in visitors from coast to coast year round. The Sunrise Theater presents nationwide touring Broadway shows, musical and comedy acts, and ballet and opera companies with complete orchestras, country stars and classic rock icons.


Other attractions within Fort Pierce include:


A.E. Backus Museum and Gallery


Manatee Center


Historic Main Street


Heathcote Botanical Gardens


Boston House


Smithsonian Marine Ecosystem Exhibit


Old Fort Park


Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute


Arcade Building


Historic Lincoln Center


Old Fort Pierce City Hall


Navy UDT-Seal Museum


Fort Pierce, FL is also home to educational and research facilities such as the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, Smithsonian Marine Station and the Manatee Observation and Education Center as well as Indian River State College.


Admirers of the outdoors flock to Fort Pierce because of the amazing fishing opportunities and active marine life in the world famous Indian River Lagoon, which hosts more than 4,000 species of plants and animals. Eco-tourists will appreciate that Fort Pierce has preserved 11,000 acres for recreational enjoyment and nature observation. Fort Pierce also holds the title of featuring the largest public display of tropical bonsai trees at the Heathcote Botanical Gardens.


Discover Fort Pierce, FL homes for sale and other Fort Pierce, FL real estate for sale right at your fingertips by visiting Welcome Center Realty’s web site at www.fla777.com. We have 1000’s of listings available with accurate information that is updated daily. Please stop by our office located in Port St. Lucie, FL and Please do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.

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