Palm Bay Florida

“We’ve had one large hotel/mixed-use devel- oper come in since we talked, and they’re doing a $35 million project off I-95 and Palm Bay Road. That’s going to be an activity center, because already located in that area is Bass Pro and Har- ley-Davidson who have almost weekly events.We have another hotel brand that has an old prop- erty in our Malabar/I-95 corridor that it is getting ready to demolish to put in a brand new hotel. It’s G-6 Development; they own the Hotel 6 and they’re going to tear it down for a new concept.They’re trying to rebrand themselves and we’re their pilot program in the United States.They’re trying to get away from the low-end spectrum and move up to where the other nicer travel hotels are at.” Keely Leggett, Palm Bay’s Community Infor- PALM BAY, FLORIDA PREFERRED VENDORS n Peninsula Title Services If you are selling your home, come close with us ! We are “Your Neighborhood Title Company.” Our first commitment is to Customer Service. We are a full service independent title insurance company specializing in commercial, lender, residential, developer and for sale by owner real estate transactions. Our company has a cumula- tive sixty years of title experience and our title examiners and real estate closers are all profes- sionals providing “quick” turnaround, inexpen- sively. We have been providing title insurance & the best closing experience since 1999. mation Coordinator, elaborates, “Here in South Brevard, we have a huge tech base and business sector. So, their goals are lining up with ours.We both want to be able to appeal more to that business class clientele.With their rebranding, I do think they’re trying to attract more people who might be here for work, and I think that’s part of the reason that we were selected to be part of their proving ground for this new concept.” As Palm Bay continues its most recent growth spurt – the city’s population has just exceeded 115,000 residents –Anderson is optimistic, once again, about the future. “We’re either meeting our goals, or exceeding them from an economic development standpoint,” he exclaims. “Ev- erything is moving in the right direction.”