When a developer creates a residential neighborhood most often it is given a name as part of the subdivision a/k/a platting process, like the Lakes at Tradition or Kings Isle. Our City’s original master developer, the General Development Corporation, only assigned numbers to most of the City’s subdivisions as it systematically created 80,000 ¼ acre lots. As a result, most of the neighborhoods in Port St. Lucie don’t have a name and are hard to identify. As part of the NICE Program, we would like to change that and many other aspects of our neighborhoods for the better.
Located on the 21 mile diversion canal, Abingdon Lakes offers fishing and an abundance of water activities to enjoy.
Alcantarra North is a convenient location and friendly neighborhood which makes living there a dream come true.
Explore the neighborhood’s family-friendly charm and beyond by accessing the C-24 Canal Park to navigate the north fork of the St. Lucie River or the Intercostal Waterway.
Citrus Park is a desirable location in the South Becker area with quick access to I-95 or the Turnpike.
East Cashmere neighborhood features Turtle Run Park, a 10 acre area with a large pavilion, playground and a large open space.
Edinburgh is an up and coming residential community that has churches and commercial areas in walking distance.
South Floresta neighborhood features the City of Port Saint Lucie Community Center and Kiwanis Park.
Green River is just around the corner from the beautiful Indian River Lagoon and Savannas Preserve State Park.
Marsh and lake views with numerous wildlife sightings from the properties make Newport Isles a serene place to live.
Oak Hammock neighborhood features Oak Hammock Park nestled in a little hideaway on the canal system of Lake Okeechobee.
See glimpses of the scenic St. Lucie River when visiting or passing through the Riverview neighborhood.
Sandpiper is a quaint and pristine neighborhood which features the Saints Golf Course and Port Saint Lucie Botanical Gardens.
St. Lucie North neighborhood features Preserves, Nature Trails and The Champion Turf Club at Saint James.
Torino is an up and coming community with close access to Interstate 95, is convenient to St. Lucie West.
Tulip Park has a little something for everyone while being adjacent to Whispering Pines regional park, two schools, restaurants and shopping.