Large development sites in Florida
View our collection of virtual tours of greenfield sites across FPL’s service area.
Greenfield and shovel-ready sites in the Sunshine State
FPL’s Office of Economic Development works with counties throughout the state to identify greenfield sites that are well positioned for industrial development. These sites are strategically located along Florida’s main highway networks, close to ports and airports, reaching 20+ million consumers in the state and millions more in the southeast region. All are served with FPL’s reliable, affordable and clean energy.
Access our new virtual tours of greenfield sites below.
For additional resources and our statewide database of existing buildings and community demographic data, visit our Explore Florida tool.
OKEECHOBEE INDUSTRIAL LAND (OKEECHOBEE COUNTY)
The 27-acre Okeechobee County site is centrally located between Florida’s east and west coasts, less than two hours away from both Miami and Orlando, and only an hour from West Palm.
Jack Paul / LaBelle (Hendry County)
600+ acres of industrial land within 150 miles of Miami and Orlando, and minutes from the planned Airglades cold-chain focused airport.
Bell Road (Columbia County)
Bell Road, in Lake City at the intersection of I-10 and I-75, offers hundreds of acres with impressive highway and interstate access.
Crawford Diamond (Nassau County)
500-acre dual rail-served site in Northeast Florida with robust infrastructure that presents opportunities for major industrial power users, energy industry suppliers and more. Located less than 20 miles from major roadways including I-95 and I-10, this site is a short distance from downtown Jacksonville, Jacksonville International Airport and JAXPORT.
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