NorthPoint Stuart

Thank you city of Stuart Voters!

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2.65

Acres in Stuart’s CRA

 

$136,762

Annual revenue stream to City of Stuart

 

$52MM

Economic Impact

 

IN THE NEWS

NOVEMBER 7, 2017

Mulligan’s Beach House, Pelican Cafe, Northpoint ballot measures overwhelmingly approved

The future of two waterfront restaurants is clearer and a long-vacant property soon could be developed, following the city’s special election Tuesday.

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OCTOBER 19, 2017

TC Palm recommends YES to NorthPoint Stuart!

Should Stuart voters agree to sell, extend leases on waterfront property? Our recommendations. A referendum, approved overwhelmingly by Stuart residents in 2006, requires city commissioners to get voter approval before selling waterfront property or leasing it for more than 10 years.   GO TO LINK

THIS IS WHAT IT WILL LOOK LIKE
Special Referendum Election Ballot
We are honored to be in a position to share our vision for the property known as NorthPoint. This particluar property has been in the City’s inventory for over 14 years...

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Connectivity &
Increased Revenue
The construction of North Point should be the catalyst that ties “Downtown Stuart” with North Stuart, planned in a way that invites the public to enjoy the waterfront...

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It was no easy task determining the highest and best use of this property. We have given it careful consideration and welcome any questions you have about this project.

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Download the North Stuart RFDQ 2017-171
This 60 page proposal was submitted to the City of Stuart for consideration on May 24, 2017.
It details the scope of the project, the vision, the team, the economic impact to the City of Stuart and
has detailed visiuals of the proposed land use.
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