The Caloosahatchee River runs between San Carlos Bay in Fort Myers and Lake Okeechobee in Central Florida. This expansive waterway forms the western portion of the Intracoastal and provides the ideal setting for high-rise living in Fort Myers, with several admirable choices.
High Point Place
With its waterfront location High Point Place exudes luxury high above the rest. The development includes 255 tower condos within the 32-story building plus another 18 low-rise condos. With three- and four-bedroom floor plans the condos are joined by a riverfront swimming pool and spa, a fitness center and a social lounge, the closest riverfront building of its kind to the River District.
North Star Yacht Club
Meanwhile, North Star Yacht Club is another luxury development with dual 12-story high-rises right on the waterfront and surrounded by a park-like location. In all there are 170 units within the development, ranging from 1,700 to 2,400 square feet in size. All units within the development offer the advantage of south-facing balconies.
The newest high-rise to grace the Fort Myers River District, The Oasis includes dual towers with sweeping views of the river and downtown. The development offers 440 condos, ranging from 860 to 1,800 square feet in size. Each home also includes at least one private terrace for outdoor space. In addition, The Oasis boasts two riverside swimming pools, a fitness center, tennis courts, a riverfront path and a social lounge.
Not to be outdone, The Shores offers a blend of high-rise condos and courtyard homes with amazing views of the Gulf Harbor Marina and waterways. With large terraces and at least 2,100 square feet of space, condo owners may also choose a membership in the Gulf Harbor Club with golf, a clubhouse and various social activities. The location additionally offers a fitness center and spa, tennis and access to a private island beach club. In all, The Shores high-rise living is made up of three 10-story buildings, offering configurations of up to three-bedrooms.