Historic City Hall
315 Avenue A – Downtown Fort MAP
Pierce, FL 34950
Welcome to Historic City Hall
Historic City Hall is located at the southeast corner of
Avenue A and U.S. 1 in downtown Fort Pierce.
Built in 1925 by architect William Hatcher and builder C.E. Cahow,
this historic building is an example of the Mediterranean-style
architecture. The building was used as Fort Pierce City Hall until
1983 and was renovated by St. Lucie Preservation Association in 1995.
The original Dade County Pine floors, unique arched windows and
beautifully detailed ceilings create an “old Florida”
ambiance for any special occasion.
The $500,000 restoration project was
accomplished through the efforts of many Main Street Fort Pierce
volunteers; architect Robert Terry, the City of Fort Pierce,
R.K. Davis Construction and funding from the State of Florida Bureau of
Historic City Hall Today
All rentals at regular rates are subject to applicable sales tax
at the current St. Lucie County sales tax rate as
well as a $25 Preservation Fee.
Proof of non-taxable status must be
presented or applicable sales tax will be applied to rental rate.
Weekend rentals are for a minimum of
three (3) hours. No refunds will be given if event is shorter than
Cancellations received 1 month prior to
the event will receive a full refund. Cancellations received less
than 1 month before booking will be eligible for a 50% refund.
Cancellations received the week of the event lose their deposit.
Rental payment must be made 2 weeks in advance of event. After that,
cash only payments will be accepted. Payments are made at the Main
Street Fort Pierce Office, 122 AE Backus Avenue in downtown
120 with tables & chairs; 150 with
chairs only; 180 standing only
Tables and Chairs:
Tables and chairs are provided as a
courtesy to the renter. Main Street Fort Pierce cannot guarantee the
number or condition of the tables and chairs.
- Handicapped accessible restroom
- Men’s & Women’s restrooms
- Elevator • Refrigerator
- Microwave • Sink