AT MALIBU SHORES RESORT VILLAGE & COMMUNITY
Malibu Shores Resort Village and Community is envisioned as a vibrant, mixed-use urban village at the crossroads of Florida’s Turnpike, Interstate 95, and the City of Fort Pierce. Situated on 200 acres of land lying immediately north of Midway Road and west of I-95 within the City of Fort Pierce, Malibu Shores will be an east coast destination that will bring together local residents and regional, national and international visitors in a lively, pedestrian-oriented, and healthy environment of inviting public spaces, walkable streets, and authentic neighborhoods in which to live, work, play and learn.
IN THE HEART OF FLORIDA'S
The city of Fort Pierce is a diverse yet neighborly community, embracing both the richness of their heritage and the promise of the future in St. Lucie County.
AN INCLUSIVE BEACH
The vision is that of a typical beach community that celebrates outdoor activity and a healthy lifestyle. A place where residential, retail, office and hotel resort uses will be combined to provide a critical mass of activity that will bring year-round life to the Village. Yet, this community will be one of a kind in Florida, situated not on a lone beach, but around the newest and largest world-class surf park in the country. A joy to simply relax and watch, and a thrill to experience, the Wavegarden Cove surfing lagoon at Willow Lakes will deliver high quality waves and authentic surfing experiences year-round for new and existing surfers of all ages, experience and ability. Beyond the Wavegarden Cove, the Village will be comprised of several distinct neighborhoods, knit together by a network of walkable, pedestrian-oriented streets, and navigable flow-ways designed for maximum environmental and recreational purposes. The result will be a natural, honest and inclusive environment where memorable experiences are created daily, and where visitors, residents, and professionals have fun, keep fit and feel part of a community that shares their passion and respect for surfing, the ocean, others and our planet.