Surrounded by three lakes, the gated community of Catalina Isles offers a peaceful and exclusive setting for homebuyers searching for a new place to call home in Fort Myers.
The highly anticipated new WildBlue Sports Club is now open. The sports club marks the first phase of construction of WildBlue’s highly anticipated waterfront amenity campus.
For year-round, island style living, consider making a move to the Mastique condos of Fort Myers. Not only does the high-rise complex offer some sensational waterfront views, but also plenty of resort-inspired amenities.
It may not actually be in Estero or even have any coves to speak of, but Coves of Estero delights buyers all the same. This new Fort Myers community sits just to the north of Island Park Road, with space for more than 200 single-family homes.
For new homes with British West Indies-inspired style elements, consider the villas of Windsong. This newer community in Fort Myers is under development by Neal Communities.
If you’re having some trouble narrowing down where to live in Fort Myers, it’s likely because there are so many great options to consider.
Southwest Florida is ideal for a boating lifestyle, and The Harborage certainly makes that possible. This South Fort Myers waterskiing community has the distinct advantage of two fresh-water lakes with Gulf access.
If you’re thinking about starting a small business, Fort Myers is the place to be. The city was just named one of the nation’s top cities for starting a business.
It’s a modern city today, but Fort Myers traces back some of its history to wild and crazy pioneering tourists. The first settlers arrived in what we now call Fort Myers by ship in the mid 1800s.
For new construction with a taste of Italy, come explore the many available options of Venetian Pointe. This gated South Fort Myers community is currently under development by Zuckerman Homes and DR Horton Southwest Florida.
For variety and convenience in South Fort Myers, consider the peaceful community of Emerson Square. This gated community is made up of close to 300 estate homes, single-family homes and carriage homes by Centex and Lennar in a variety of styles.
Home styles are always evolving, but it seems demand is really growing right now for multi-generational homes. One recent study found it’s something up to 15-percent of buyers are searching for.