Pace FL A Inland Community

Pace is named after James G. Pace, who owned large lumber, paper and turpentine productions that operated in the Pace area and throughout the southeast. Originally just a strip of land north of Floridatown, by the 1912 census, the area was known as Pace. Afterward, Pace's growth was slow, and it remained a small, rural community throughout the last half of the twentieth century. Despite local efforts, incorporation failed at least once and has not been re-attempted recently. Within the last decade, however, growth has increased and Pace has become more suburban, surpassing its predecessors Floridatown and Pea Ridge in population and commercial activity. 

About the Neighborhood

Neighbors are friendly
Car is needed
Easy commutes
Good transit
Streets are well-lit
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Emerald Coast listings last updated Jul 17, 2024 1:18:pm. Vendor Member Number: 28306