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St. Mark Innovation Park
627 Port Leon Drive

St. Marks Innovation Park total acreage is 56 acres with 1 office building and a scale house building

The office building is 26’ x 100’ with 2580 square feet with paved parking on site
The scale house is 10’ x 63’ with 630 square feet

Tallahassee International Regional Airport is 21.3 miles away with Interstate 10 being 25.7 miles, with State Road 363 being onsite

St. Marks Innovation Park was designated a Brownsfields in 2009 in a St. Marks Community Redevelopment Area

Water, sewer and utilities hooked up, room with additional parking and room for construction

St Marks Municipal Dock
627 Port Leon Drive

St. Marks Municipal Dock is located 2 miles south of Highway 98 and 16 miles south of Tallahassee. It is approximately 3.0 acres uplands with 250 feet of St. Marks River frontage, and intake canal frontage of 600 feet, a submerged land lease in place with riparian rights easement.

The concrete dock/pier is 1,440 square feet extends 60 feet into the river, extended barge basin with a high water draft of 15’ and a low water draft of 12’. Extending 52’ wide for barge loading and unloading with a weight capacity to hold 45,000 lbs. It is designed for forklift access with a turnaround. It extends into Federal Channel Boundary and dauphins installed for stabilization.

There is a 14’ newly paved asphalt access road, gated security with fencing. Water, sewer and utilities hooked up, room with additional parking and room for construction

Drone Footage of Innovation Park

Drone Footage of Innovation Park Dock (alternate angle)

Drone Footage of Innovation Park (alternate angle II)

The City of St. Marks has identified several opportunities that will facilitate the planned revitalization of the community. In addition to the removal of large petroleum tanks from the downtown area, there are vacant parcels located on Port Leon Drive. There locations offer areas for new development to occur. Additionally, the Mixed-use land use category that was created through the 1990 Comprehensive Plan could allow more efficient use of land in the city. Natural and cultural resources, including the rivers, the State Park, the National Wildlife Refuge, city parks, and wetlands, also provide opportunities to the city.