Cameratta Properties is inching forward with plans to launch its Estero-based Preserve at Corkscrew development as reported in the News-Press. The developer had previously modified the project to eliminate the golf course slated for the community and is now looking for approval to eliminate the multi-family portion of the development and only build single-family housing.
If the proposed changes are approved, Camaretta looks to move forward later this year with underground site work. Plans also include utilizing two national builders for the construction of the 440 single-family homes. This location on Corkscrew Road East of I-75 has proven very a popular location with the success of Bella Terra, Grandezza, Stoney Brook and Wildcat Run communities.
The timing on this project could prove to be a home run as builders are currently constructing new homes on an infill basis in Southwest Florida. Much of the infill work will be completed as this project comes on-line and the Preserve at Corkscrew will be well-positioned as one of the first post-crash a new developments in Southwest Florida.