Once regarded as a quiet two-lane roadway, Pine Island Road is virtually unrecognizable these days. The area is definitely prospering, as more and more businesses open up along one of Southwest Florida’s most popular new business corridors.
The $8 million Pine Island Road project started last year that will widen the road from 2 lanes to 4 lanes between Chiquita Boulevard and Burnt Store Road in Cape Coral is producing a growth spurt in the road’s business. The heavily traveled road is 10 miles long from US 41 in North Fort Myers to the barrier island of Pine Island.
Cape Coral commercial corridor screaming The Pine Island Corridor in Cape Coral is bustling with construction activity. With commercial zoning limited in Cape Coral, this 2,400 acre corridor is emerging as the new “main street” for future generations. For me, it is easy to visualize a buildout along the entire[…]
Cape Coral’s booming commercial intersection Formerly thought of as too far away from bridges, too rural and practically useless as home sites, the area around a Pine Island Road intersection is rumbling with construction. With Cape Coral rapidly filling up from an influx of a reported 10,000 new residents a[…]