Cape Coral city leaders are “thinking big” with plans to develop land around the Bimini Basin. Right now leaders are just starting the process of soliciting bids to push forward one of the largest development projects in the area.
Redevelopment of the Bimini Basin is being contemplated, taking into account recent survey results from community members and area business owners. Up for discussion is what to do with the Cape Coral waterfront location in the future.
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.
Downtown Cape Coral may be heading toward a surge in redevelopment along the waterfront, putting Bimini Basin front and center in an effort to stimulate the city’s economy. One major goal is using the park’s frontage on the basin as an opportunity to attract business and condos alike that in turn brings in new residents and creates jobs.
Cape Coral businesses are rallying behind a proposal to support a multi-million dollar canal development along the Bimini Basin in downtown Cape Coral. Nearly all major Cape Coral business organizations, for the first time, are standing in unison behind one project that could bring in millions of tourist dollars to an ideal commercial waterfront location in Cape Coral with its miles of canals and waterfronts.
Boats lit up the waterways this week in the 37th annual Holiday Boat-a-long at Four Freedoms Park in Cape Coral. Approximately 100 illuminated boats participated in this Cape Coral tradition, and all were decorated in merry holiday style with lights, elves, costumes, and jolly captains as Santa Claus.
The News-Press reports that the City if Cape Coral is considering the interconnection of the Rubicon Canal with the Bimini Basin. This would involve extending the Rubicon Canal across both SE 47th Terrace and Cape Coral Parkway.