While some come to Florida for its beaches and watersports, others are attracted by the chance to play on one of its numerous golf courses. While there are plentiful of admirable private courses for golfers to consider, some of the best public golf courses in the entire state are located[…]
Noted as a more affordable option to nearby Naples, Bonita Springs has plenty to offer area residents and visitors alike. Known for its nearly near-round blue skies and sunshine, Bonita Springs offers a relaxed setting, with easy access to some of the best compliments of a Southwest Florida lifestyle.
For affordable estate homes in Fort Myers, buyers will want to take another look at Portico. This development of more than 1,100 residences offers unique designs in a desirable setting.
If you’re in search of a boating lifestyle, Southwest Florida is definitely the place to go. The region is filled with boating communities where you can easily dock your boat and head out on the water whenever you choose.
With the promise of expansive floor plans and high-end extras, Bonita Bay’s final luxury high-rise is already scoring big with buyers. When finished, Omega at Bonita Bay will include nearly 70 private residences, most of them tower residences with a handful of even larger penthouse units.
For today’s modern family concerned about their aging parents, Lennar is the first homebuilder to offer a unique “in-law” style-suite so that multiple generations can live under one roof in Fort Myers. The so-called Next Gen—A Home Within A Home Concept—offers privacy and togetherness to accommodate for multiple members of a family.
It is rare to look at luxury homes in upscale Southwest Florida neighborhoods without running into one developed by Arthur Rutenberg Homes….they seem to be everywhere. So just who is Arthur Rutenberg and why are his homes seemingly ubiquitous throughout our luxury neighborhoods?
National homebuilder Lennar has created a new concept in living called Next Gen—A Home Within A Home—in Southwest Florida. Aging parents and their post-college children, who are moving back home after college, are changing the American lifestyle, and Lennar has stepped in with a unique home design to accommodate multi-generations of family members who choose to live together under one roof;
Local builder Stock Development was recently named number 89 on the Builder 100, an annual ranking of the nation’s largest home builders. Stock Development had a very strong 2012 with 405 new home sales totaling over $280M in revenue. Stock Development grew their volume of new home sale by 32.4 percent in 2012.