Filled with an exciting array of things to do, see and experience, just like its mantra, the Fort Myers River District is “always happening”. This vibrant area sits right on the Caloosahatchee River, beckoning area residents and tourists alike with its vibrancy and appeal.
With your choice of five distinct floor plans, The Place on First supplies the exclusivity of a small condo development, with the upscale features designed to attract buyers. This high-end, mixed-use building sits at Jackson and First Street
Cape Coral city leaders are eying new Community Redevelopment Agency improvements, with plans to further boost economic growth and encourage investment in the area. One of the latest plans calls for a Streetscape Improvement Project for downtown, making the area more pedestrian-friendly.
From live performances to art workshops, family-friendly festivals to galleries, the art world is truly thriving in Downtown Fort Myers, and some propose an even larger presence in the future. The area known for its interesting shops and restaurants is also rich with artistic flair, with area visionaries determined to continue the trend.
Some Fort Myers officials have a vision for downtown, and it involves adding more housing and retail options to the area. Already well known for hosting a unique blend of restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and entertainment venues in the vibrant River District
The place to live, work and play, the Fort Myers River District is always happening, filled with exciting places to visit and things to do. This waterfront locale is known for its charming selection of shops, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment, combining to form a unique residential and commercial destination.
With Florida amenities like sun and water, the city of Cape Coral is moving forward to develop a destination at the Bimini Basin and create a high quality of life for both residents and visitors, as well as ensure protections for the environment.
Redevelopment plans for Midtown Fort Myers are shaping up. City leaders have started planning to revitalize the area around central Fort Myers and City of Palms in south downtown, with an eye to bring new businesses to the district.
The revitalization of downtown Bonita Springs is moving forward, with full support by the City Council. Downtown redevelopment plans are getting a major push by the city that will completely change Bonita’s historic downtown, increasing economic development in the area.
Homeownership among young adults is on the rise, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Millennials—those between the age of 18 and 34—are flocking to big-city suburbs and lower density cities. Fort Myers made the list of Top 10 Metros for the millennial population.
The downtown Fort Myers trolleys will offer visitors and residents a free ride in and around historic Fort Myers. Two new River District trolley routes will run from Monday through Saturday until April 17 and serve the River District. This is the second season that trolleys will ferry passengers throughout downtown Fort Myers.
A new seasonal downtown trolley service offers free transportation in and around historic Fort Myers. Hop on and off as often as you like as you explore the vibrant and growing downtown River District. An eclectic mix of boutiques; art galleries; live music and theatre; exciting new restaurants; upscale hotels; tourist attractions; and nightclubs can all be found here among the cobblestone streets of the downtown River District.