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City of PSL Design Charrette

The City of Port St. Lucie held a hands-on public workshop on Friday, March 13, 2015, also known as a “design charrette,” for the purpose of creating conceptual design ideas for a 9.75 acre city-owned parcel (subject property) located on Westmoreland Blvd adjacent to the Botanical Gardens. The parcel is one of three city-owned parcels with direct access to the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. The purpose of the design charrette was to solicit public input on the future development of the site including public access, recreational opportunities, cultural activities, and commercial uses. Nine architect members of the American Institute of Architects Treasure Coast Chapter conducted the charrette on behalf of the City, pro-bono.