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MarketQwest Southwest Florida – Week of April 8th

Posted by Kara Crowe on April 8, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Southwest Florida for the week of April 8th, 2019


Industrial Development Authority approves second loan for Babcock Ranch

“Babcock Ranch is tapping into tax-exempt bonds for a future water and sewage plant. The Charlotte County Industrial Development Authority last week unanimously approved a $42 million bond to Town and Country Utilities.”

Read Entire Charlotte Sun Article Here

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.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Two new taco restaurants coming to Naples area

“The developer of the sprawling Lakewood Ranch has expanded, acquiring 2,326 acres of agriculture land for $13.5 million.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Bistro 41 to close after 22 years at Bell Tower Shops in south Fort Myers

“Bistro 41 will close later this month in south Fort Myers. It’s the second longtime Bell Tower tenant to announce its pending closure.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Construct-A-Lead Announces the Following Florida Projects Will go Forward

“Rivergrass Village – Plans call for a 1,000-acre residential development. It will feature 2,500 spec homes, between 62,500 square feet and 80,000 square feet of retail and office space, and 25,000 square feet of civic, government or institutional space.”

Read Entire ABC 7 Article Here

Burntwood Tavern coming to Bell Tower in south Fort Myers

“Burntwood Tavern, an Ohio-based chain with 10 locations, “will be located on the southern end of Bell Tower, between The Fresh Market and Bed Bath & Beyond,” a news release stated.”

Read Entire News Press Article Here

Naples to spend county sales tax money on hurricane preparedness, safety improvements

“The Naples City Council agreed Wednesday to spend the nearly $26 million it expects to receive from the Collier County sales tax increase on preparing for the next big hurricane and improving safety.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

 

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