Treasure Coast Business
Sunshine Furniture is second-generation family-owned company in operation since 1991. The winner of the 2012 Apollo Award from the International Casual Furniture Association ward for the best casual furniture store in the country, it is the largest store of its kind on the Treasure Coast.
The 35,000-square-foot showroom is a destination shopping experience for all things coastal. Furniture on display includes sofas, sleeper sofas, chairs, dining and occasional groups, bedroom sets all inspired by island living from top manufacturers like Universal Coastal Living Collection, Braxton Culler, Capris, Four Seasons, Riverside, Seawinds and much more, including a gallery of Tommy Bahama and Lexington Furniture.
For nearly 40 years, Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath has been recognized in Florida and the United States as one of the most respected and successful plaintiff law firms, helping those who have suffered from serious injury or death caused by the negligence of another person or defective product.
Every board-certified civil trial attorney of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath is highly qualified to take on even the most complex personal injury cases. Among them is Daniel Jensen, who has dedicated his career to fighting for his clients’ rights, especially here on the Treasure Coast.
One thing you’ll quickly realize when visiting Causeway Cove Marina for the first time: You don’t have to own a boat to enjoy the ambience, amenities and activities at this marina, RV resort, and premier event venue on the Treasure Coast.
Conveniently located right off the Intracoastal Waterway at the base of Fort Pierce’s South Bridge at 601 Seaway Drive, Causeway Cove Marina offers guests breathtaking views of the Indian River Lagoon.
Real Stone & Granite president Jose D. Ubilla is proud that his Fort Pierce company has provided unparalleled quality in all natural and engineered stones for countertops, flooring columns, fireplaces, staircases, and pool decks for 30 years.
You’ll find that same kind of pride in his Real Stone Monuments division — a premier fabricator of memorials, monuments, and headstones.
Working with various veterans groups, Real Stone Monuments has created memorials that recognize the ultimate sacrifice of service men and women in maintaining the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. Vietnam veterans, Navy SEALS and veterans of World War II, Korea, Pearl Harbor, and recent conflicts have had memorials built in their honor.
Stephen Petersen believes establishing relationships with customers and the community are essential in running a successful business and that’s exactly what he’s doing as owner and operator of Cay Marine Sebastian.
Petersen and his wife, Bradley, purchased Sebastian River Marina & Boatyard in December of 2021 after the owner decided to retire.
The 3.86-acre full-service marina is conveniently located at 8525 North U.S. Highway 1, between Sebastian and Micco. For boaters, it’s at Marker 55 on the Indian River — just 3 miles from the Sebastian Inlet with direct deepwater access to the Intracoastal Waterway and great fishing...
Spend a few minutes with Frank Gonzalez inside the music-infused upbeat Bev Smith Toyota showroom on South U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce and you’ll soon be introduced to the “Bev Smith Difference.’’
“We try hard. We try to keep everyone motivated,’’ said Gonzalez, vice president of the Bev Smith Automotive Group. “We want to create a good atmosphere out there.’’
The old adage “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” rings true with the father/son duo at the Alex Viesta Collection. Often, it’s the elder of the two who offers such insight, but in this case, it was the teenage son, Alex Viesta, who chose a path less traveled and built a successful business buying and selling antique cars, signage, gas relics and nostalgic memorabilia along the way.
Chef Matt Piscitelli was having a really good day.
He opened the door of Sunshine Kitchen and there in front of him stood 4,600 square feet of gleaming new commercial kitchen space waiting for its first use. Behind him were years of making do, from renting kitchen space in restaurants to cooking in clients’ kitchens as he pursued his passion for catering.
A distinct group of business leaders stand out from the rest on the Treasure Coast. They have made a big economic impact, showing that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in our region.
Step into the Dan K. Richardson Entrepreneur Development Institute (EDI) at Indian River State College and you will discover a hotbed of economic activity on the Treasure Coast.