About Vero Beach


With the Moorings on the south end and Windsor on the north, Indian River County's barrier island, called "Orchid Island", is the home to over 16,000 full time residents and a total of over 25,000 persons during the winter "season"*. By the year 2019, the Average Household Income on the barrier island is estimated to be $178,823*.


Most of the barrier island's exclusive communities are nearby Pelican Plaza. John's Island, Carlton, The River Club, Sea Oaks, Baytree, Cache Cay, The Seasons, Marsh Island, Old Orchid, Central Beach and Old Riomar to name a few. All the residents in Indian River Shores (named in the top 10 wealthiest U.S. communities**), Windsor and the Town of Orchid regularly pass by Pelican Plaza on A1A.


Vero Beach, county seat of Indian River County, is on Florida's east coast, midway between Jacksonville and Key West. The county's 2004 non-seasonal, year-round population of approximately 120,000 is expected to increase by 50% to approximately 180,000 by the year 2030***. 40,000 additional part-time residents make their home here during the winter***.

Pelican Plaza should be the location of your retail business or professional office. Visit our website: www.pelican-plaza.com

*ESRI BIS, April, 2015

**Vero Beach Press Journal, June 5, 2002

***Bureau of Business Research, University of Florida & Indian River County, Planning Division