Enterprise Florida Commercial Property Search Tool
Tallahassee, Fla. â€“ Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the relaunch and expansion of Find It Florida!, Enterprise Floridaâ€™s commercial property search tool. Find It Florida! is a robust, public database for viewing and uploading available commercial building and site properties across the state. The relaunch includes updates to the functionality of the site and a new layer featuring Opportunity Zones.
â€œWe are always working to make Florida the best place to start and grow a business,â€� said Governor DeSantis. â€œThis tool will continue to assist businesses and now investors find commercial properties and sites in Florida, as well as Opportunity Zones, to encourage long-term investment and job growth in communities across our state.â€�
â€œEnterprise Florida is excited about this relaunch and, particularly, the inclusion of Opportunity Zones on the Find It Florida! website,â€� said Jamal Sowell, Secretary of Commerce and Enterprise Florida President & CEO. â€œThe Opportunity Zones Program is a great economic development tool. We are ready to start marketing Opportunity Zones to potential businesses and investors to encourage additional investment and job opportunities for Floridians.â€�
â€œWe fully support Enterprise Florida in utilizing all tools available, including Opportunity Zones, to foster reinvestment in communities across the state,â€� said Ken Lawson, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.. â€œThe Find It Florida! tool will allow communities to educate investors on what makes their area unique.â€�
Find It Florida! allows users to seamlessly search using dozens of criteria combinations and site overlays for infrastructure, education, broadband technology and more. The site also includes up-to-date demographics and statistics for all 67 Florida counties and nearly 1,000 Florida cities, towns and communities.
The Opportunity Zone Program is a tool that provides several tax incentives when investors reinvest gains in qualified Opportunity Funds. The funds must in turn invest in low-income communities from designated census tracts, called Opportunity Zones. For a list of certified Opportunity Zones click HERE or visit www.finditflorida.site to view mapped sites.