The restoration of Fort Pierce’s neighborhoods is a key strategy to revitalizing the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Area and City of Fort Pierce as a whole. One way to accomplish this goal is to dispose of surplus property owned by the City/FPRA.
The City of Fort Pierce and Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency sell City and FPRA-owned real property declared as surplus. Once the property has been declared as surplus by the City Commission/FPRA Board the property shall be offered for sale to the public with a Request for Proposals (RFP).
Requests for Proposals are evaluated by the City of Fort Pierce who shall be the sole judge of its own best interests, the proposal itself, the qualifications of the applicant and the resulting final negotiated agreement. Typically, the City’s evaluation criteria will include, but are not limited to, consideration of the following:
- Development Plan
- Project Timeline
- Construction Cost Estimates
- Proof of Financial Ability
- Property Utilization
- Developer Experience or Owner/Occupant Narrative
For additional information regarding surplus properties, please review the Program Overview.
FPRA Surplus Property List -
You can subscribe to receive updates on future bids at the following link: Notify Me • Fort Pierce, FL • CivicEngage (cityoffortpierce.com).
To view a map of all City and FPRA-owned properties, visit the Development Opportunities Map on the GIS Hub.
For questions regarding surplus properties, please contact Miriam Garcia, Redevelopment Specialist at email@example.com