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MarketQwest Southwest Florida – Week of April 15th

Posted by Kara Crowe on April 15, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Southwest Florida for the week of April 15th, 2019


Foes skeptical of Lee County open house to explain rock mine rule changes

“Against the background of two contentious proposals for more Lee County rock mines, a controversial proposal to revise the rules for locating and licensing limerock in Lee County faces an early test next week.”

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Community leaders pitch new proposal for county-owned land in East Naples

“Both Marias’s Tacos y Mas and Turco Taco plan to open this spring in small shops along U.S. 41.”

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Nawty Hogg opening BBQ restaurant in Naples

“No need to wait for the weekend. A new local restaurant provides a down-home cookout every day of the week.”

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Cape Life: South Cape Coral enters the Danger, Danger zone

“The meeting of two foodie forces in Cape Coral is now complete.  Danger, Danger, a Cape Coral collaboration from the owners of Nevermind and Nice Guys, is now open, serving a creative, takeout-focused menu.”

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Closing on land for tower project in East Naples delayed

“Nearly a year after getting zoning approval for a mixed-use tower project near a high-profile intersection in East Naples the developers have yet to close on the land for it.”

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Billboard holds up Aldi grocery store approval in Estero

“The discount grocer has plans for a 22,149-square-foot Aldi on U.S. 41, just north of the Walmart Supercenter at Estero Parkway. Developers presented final plans for the store at a public hearing before the Estero Design Review Board on Wednesday.”

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Growing gains: Taste of Immokalee expands to 200 Publix stores

“Seeing the name of their hometown on bottles of sauces and salsas stocked in local grocery store shelves is a source of pride for the high school students who run Taste of Immokalee.”

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Topps Supermarket has been torn down

“The popular and historic grocery story on Fort Myers Beach has been totaled. Topps Supermarket has been closed since April 2018, but now the building is a massive debris pile on Estero Boulevard.”

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Bentley Crossings comes to market for $4.3 million

“A vacant 95-acre tract zoned for a mix of residential and commercial space in Fort Myers has come to market with an asking price of $4.3 million.”

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Brookline adds to Naples assemblage with $6 million deal

“A Clearwater-based company with plans for a major retail development in downtown Naples has added to its assemblage with a $6 million purchase, Collier County property records show.”

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Extended-stay hotel breaks ground off Pine Ridge Road in Naples

“The three-story hotel will have 99 suites on that 2.86-acre property at 3685 Kramer Drive, between the former Harley-Davidson store and ExtraSpace Storage. The hotel, projected to open in fall 2020 at the end of Whippoorwill Lane.”

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