The Indiantown Road property for years has been considered for possible corporate, high tech or medical use. Now the land’s owner is ready to sell it so someone else can figure out a plan.
A rare piece of prime vacant land has gone up for sale in Jupiter.
How long will it stay on the market? Probably not long, said Neil Merin, the broker hired to market the site.
The 83-acre property, dubbed the Hawkeye property, is at the gateway to Jupiter.
It is located on the southeast corner of Interstate 95 and Indiantown Road and is the last large I-95 interchange land in Palm Beach, Broward or Miami-Dade counties.
The asking price is about $38 million, said Merin, chairman of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman in West Palm Beach.