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Bob Bonner playing the ninth
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hirty years ago, we could drive Port St. Lucie’s empty and endless roads
seemingly for hours without seeing another car or home, a legacy of countless
Today, many of those expectations have been met. Port St. Lucie is now
the largest city on the Treasure Coast, boasting a population of 154,000 people.
It’s home to campuses of Florida Atlantic University, Indian River Community
College, Barry University and Keiser College. On the sports front, it features a major
PGA golf facility and is the spring training base for the New York Mets. And the Torrey
Pines Institute for Molecular Studies isn’t too far behind, setting the foundation for the
city’s growth as a research center. Little wonder that an average 24 people continue to
arrive each day to call Port St. Lucie home.
We are happy to bring you the first edition of Port St. Lucie, a magazine that celebrates
living in Port St. Lucie. A few months after launching Indian River, our glossy lifestyle
magazine serving the entire Treasure Coast, we quickly realized Port St. Lucie’s need for
its own magazine. It is our hope that through this publication we will be able to highlight
the best that the city has to offer and to work to help create a better sense of community.
Through this first edition, which contains many of the Port St. Lucie stories
from our first four editions of Indian River, we hope to introduce you to our style of
journalism. We look forward to bringing you more about the community in which