About the Treasure Coast
You can have it all at Piper’s Landing—the quiet, relaxed atmosphere of Martin County with shopping, dining, arts, culture and an abundance of recreational activities. From the quaint, small town charm of historic downtown Stuart to the more urban energy and activities of Palm Beach, to the emerging downtown Tradition area in Port St. Lucie - your options are abundant with a home at Piper’s.
Enjoy music, dance, comedy or drama at the historic Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart, the Sunrise Theatre in Ft. Pierce, the Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach or the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach near City Place.
Martin County is known for its laid back, small-town, coastal feel with a focus on the natural environment and stunning waterways. From its miles of pristine beaches to the Intracoastal Waterway, St. Lucie River and its meandering tributaries - the lifeblood of the county is the water. Fishing and boating are a part of the culture and economic engine of the community, including waterfront restaurants, walkable spaces and close-knit downtowns, and natural preserves and parks throughout. Western Palm City offers an equestrian culture with horse boarding and professional lessons. Even the nearby airports are known for comfortable traveling, with a world class jet port 10 minutes from Piper’s Landing and Palm Beach International Airport only 35 minutes away.
Just south of Martin County are the renowned Palm Beaches. From downtown at the Gardens and City Place to world famous Worth Avenue, there is no shortage of entertainment and amenities throughout the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches.
For more information about Martin County’s history go to:
Want to learn more? Explore the websites below:
- Discover Martin County
- Martin County Beach Camera (Jensen and Bathtub Beaches) – LIVE
- Lyric Theatre
- Florida Oceanographic Society
- Elliot Museum
- Martin County Government Website
- Discover Palm Beach County
- Kravis Center for the Arts
- Worth Avenue of the Palm Beaches
- City Place
- The Gardens Mall
- Downtown at the Gardens
- Norton Museum of Art
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- Stuart is home to the only remaining House of Refuge along Florida coasts, built in 1876