Tambone Secures Land Purchase Agreement with Traditions Commerce Park, LLC for Tradition Center for Commerce in Port St. Lucie

Posted on August 9, 2021

Tambone Companies, continuing its work as the City of Port St. Lucie’s master developer to market 84 acres of land within Tradition Center for Commerce, is pleased to announce it has signed a Purchase and Sale agreement with Traditions Commerce Park, LLC for development of approximately 40 acres of land on the east side of Hegener Drive, about one-quarter mile south of SW Trade Drive. Potential uses for the property include industrial, manufacturing, distribution and office.

Traditions Commerce Park, LLC, is a Special Purpose limited liability company controlled by  principals of Miller Construction Company, a Florida General Contractor with offices in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. The project will be managed by BTH Development Partners, LLC., also controlled by principals of Miller Construction Company. 

Miller Construction Company is a design/build firm founded in 1973 by Florida natives Thomas J. Miller and Harley W. Miller. Miller Construction Company has completed more than five hundred commercial projects for the private sector in Florida, including office buildings, industrial, manufacturing and distribution, retail, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, and multi-family. “We are excited about the opportunity to work with Richard Tambone and the City of Port St. Lucie to develop this Commerce Park that will bring much needed job opportunities to the Tradition Area” said Tom Miller, Principal of Traditions Commerce Park, LLC.

“We’re pleased to be working with principals of Miller Construction Company,” said Richard P. Tambone, President of Tambone Companies. “They have a proven track record for the highest standards in quality construction methods and for on-time, on-budget delivery of design/build and construction management.”  

This newest development project within the Tradition Center for Commerce is projected to begin work in January 2022 and joins many notable companies in the surrounding area, including Amazon, Walmart, Tropicana, Cheney Brothers, Inc., FedEx, Cleveland Clinic, Accel International, TAMCO, Oculus Surgical, and others.

The Tradition Center for Commerce will provide development options within Tradition with over 10 million square feet of office, industrial, warehouse, multi-family residential and retail space. Potential uses include: manufacturing; distribution; retail; education; hospitality, warehousing; corporate; medical; research and development and multi-family residential.

For more information or for inquiries about purchase please contact Richard P. Tambone of Tambone Companies/Tambone at Tradition at 561-660-5166, visit or follow them on Facebook.


About Tambone Companies and Tambone at Tradition

Tambone Companies is a leading Florida and New England commercial, industrial and multifamily real estate developer. The company has developed and acquired over ten million square feet of office, research, industrial, medical and multifamily projects.  Since 1981, Tambone has focused on the highly demanding built-to-suit needs of quality-minded companies. Building on its expertise and assembling top professional teams, Tambone takes companies from site selection and financing through occupancy and has a proven track record for integrity, reliability and responsiveness – spanning projects of great diversity, size, complexity and technical demands.

Tambone Companies is pleased to have the opportunity to serve as the master developer to market and expedite the sale and development of 84 acres of land within Tradition Center for Commerce with the goal of spearheading economic development in the region. The Tradition Center for Commerce provides development options within the City of Port St. Lucie, in St. Lucie County, Florida, with over 10 million square feet of office, industrial, warehouse, multifamily residential and retail space. For more information, contact Richard P. Tambone at 561.660.5166 or visit,  or follow them on Facebook.