The Town of Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida is a new master-planned, mixed-use community located in the heart of one of America’s fastest growing regions – Port St. Lucie, in St. Lucie County – along Florida’s Treasure Coast.
Tradition Florida, which opened in 2003, is an 8,300 acre master-planned community with a variety of mixed uses and the creation of approximately 30,000 jobs at full build-out.
The unique master-planned community of Tradition Florida captures the charm of America’s small towns of yesterday and combines that with the amenities today’s home buyers expect. Following the guidelines of New Urbanism, Tradition’s varied neighborhoods surround a central retail district. So, great shopping and dining are just a short stroll or bike ride from most homes. You don’t need to start the car and drive miles for every errand.
The town center, Tradition Square, is also the heart of community life. It hosts a year-round calendar of entertainment – concerts, seasonal festivals like Italian Festival, Food Truck Invasion and the annual Holiday Lights, and many other events and activities.
Tradition currently has approximately 2,400 residences, is home to Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition, an innovative K-8 lab/charter school operated in partnership with Florida Atlantic University and the School Board of St. Lucie County, a 600,000 SF power center anchored by Target, a neighborhood mixed use center anchored by a 112,421 SF Publix Supermarket, restaurants, shops and offices and a new 300-bed hospital opened their first phase of 90 beds December 18, 2013.