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Lying to the south of St. Augustine's downtown, in the historic Lincolnville Neighborhood, is an 11-acre parcel of beautiful waterfront property known informally as Riberia Point. The name is derived from the property's location at the southern terminus of Riberia Street, where the San Sebastian River flows into the Matanzas River.
Recognizing the potential for the thus unused property, the City of St. Augustine has taken the lead to work with potential buyers of the property in hopes of seeing development there that will enhance the area, bring new income through property taxes, and provide the ever increasing need for smart economic development.
The goal of this site is to provide the community with continuingly updated information regarding the site and its potential uses. Click the links below to access the resources.
Riberia Point Development / Preliminary Return on Investment Analysis (04.10.14)
Riberia Point project timeline (revised 03.24.14)
City Manager's report to City Commission and request for John Regan to the City Commission budget authorization of $58,000 for the creation of a master development plan (02.20.14)
Property appraisal of the Riberia Point site (12.07.12).
Presentation to the City Commission by potential purchasers of the site (09.09.13):