Martin County offers some of the most beautiful natural settings in the state. This area is paradise for those who love the outdoors; there are many beautiful beaches, rivers and natural preserves. The warm climate allows for an abundance of outdoor festivities throughout the year. Residents also appreciate the area’s proximity to the cultural and urban life of Miami and the Palm Beaches, while being able to live in smaller communities with hometown comforts. All of this combined offers an array of business opportunities. The uniqueness of Martin County will appeal to businesses and employees alike.
Martin County is home to one of the top health care systems in the county. Martin Health System becomes part of Cleveland Clinic, a health system that is consistently ranked among the nation’s best. Click here to learn more about Cleveland Clinic Martin Health
Housing & Living
The median property value in Martin County, FL was $233,000 in 2017, which is 1.07 times larger than the national average of $217,600. Between 2016 and 2017 the median property value increased by 11.1% The homeownership rate in Martin County, FL is 76.6%, which is higher than the national average of 63.9%. People in Martin County, FL have an average commute time of 24 minutes. Click here to learn more about Housing & Living in Martin County
Art & Culture
Arts and Culture embody the natural beauty of original Florida. Dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and historical preservation are an integral part of the community, with dynamic arts and cultural events and festivals held year-round. Catch a show at downtown Stuart’s historic Lyric Theatre, a former silent movie house of the 1920s. Take in local artwork at one of the many galleries or arts festivals throughout the county. Don’t forget Martin County’s many historical landmarks to your must-see list. Click here to explore Martin County’s Art & Culture, The Arts Council of Martin County
Parks & Recreation
Ready to relax? Turn off your cell phone and soak up the sun. Martin County Parks and Recreation Department manages more than 1700 acres of public land which consists of 75 public parks, beaches and causeways including a public golf course, waterpark, campground, community centers and much more. There are more than 600 public park agencies in the State of Florida. The Department is one of 23 public park agencies in the State that are accredited by the National Recreation and Parks Association, Commission for Accreditation of Parks and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA). Click here to explore our Parks & Recreation options