PORT ST. LUCIE— Sansone Group continues to expand its footprint in Southern Grove, buying more than 130 acres from the city for roughly $11.6 million.
The City Council, in its role as the General Finance Corp., on Monday unanimously approved three separate sale agreements with Sansone Group, a St. Louis developer.
Two of the deals are code-named Project Apron and Project Green.
Project Apron — on 61 acres at the northeast corner of Anthony F. Sansone Sr. Boulevard and Paar Drive — is expected to consist of 1.2 million square feet of industrial space.
The tenant has yet to be revealed, continuing the secrecy that’s surrounded the project since August.
The deal is expected to close by Thursday, according to city officials.
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Project Green, another project whose tenant has not been named, is adjacent to Project Apron and covers 62 acres. That building also will exceed 1 million square feet and be reserved for industrial use.
It’s unknown when identities of the two companies will be revealed, according to city spokesperson Sarah Prohaska.
The city also sold about 15 acres south of Project Apron to Sansone Group. A project there will comprise about 250,000 square feet of industrial space.
All three projects are part of Sansone’s vision to complete a 5.4 million square foot manufacturing-and-distribution complex on about 400 acres at Becker Road and Village Parkway along Interstate 95.
Amazon, FedEx and Cheney Brothers already are tenants..