Perdido Key: The Future of Florida’s Gulf Coast
Perdido Key, the ‘Lost Key’, is a 16-mile-long barrier island set between the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway. You’ll be amazed at what you find here. A rediscovered island paradise at the far western tip of the Florida Gulf Coast, it’s a place where the road seems to end, and a vibrant beachfront lifestyle begins.
The Meridian is perfectly placed on 550 feet of pristine beachfront in the heart of Perdido Key, affording its residents effortless access to the beautiful beaches that surround it, plus award-winning dining, the eco-tourism this area is famous for, world-class fishing and boating, and numerous federal and state parks.
With more than half of its land mass protected as federal and state parks, Perdido Key has long been treasured as one of Florida’s most tranquil and unpopulated beach destinations. The abundance of parks make it simple for you to set out on an adventure biking, hiking, birding, diving, kayaking, fishing, camping, golfing—or whatever your pleasure. Parks include the Perdido Key State Park, Big Lagoon State Park, and the Perdido Key Area of the Gulf Islands National Seashore—consider it your own natural wonderland.
Perdido Key in the News
Perdido Key Master Plan Takes First Step, Pensacola News Journal, April 5, 2016
New Park Coming To Innerarity Point, The Pulse, February 16, 2016
Zoning to Implement Perdido Key’s Vision, Pensacola News Journal, January 11, 2016
Perdido Key Master Plan Update, Pensacola News Journal, January 11, 2016
Perdido Key Master Plan Presented, Pensacola News Journal, December 9, 2015
Perdido Key’s Future is Pedestrian, Bike Friendly, Pensacola News Journal, December 5, 2015
Perdido Key’s Cinderella Moment, The Pulse, October 15, 2015
$60 million Perdido Key Condo Project Breaks Ground, Pensacola News Journal, July 20, 2015