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MarketQwest Southwest Florida – Week of February 25th

Posted by Kristen Costa on February 25, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Southwest Florida for the week of February 25th, 2019

North Fort Myers site may be for new Lee County boat ramp

“A site on Hancock Creek in North Fort Myers could become a Lee County public boat ramp, replacing a ramp in downtown Fort Myers that has closed to make way for development.”

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4 new restaurants open in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Bonita Springs

“From a critically acclaimed Naples steakhouse that has expanded to a second location in Bonita Springs, to subs and seafood in Fort Myers, and ice cream in Cape Coral.”

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Corkscrew Road apartments draw split decision from Estero Planning and Zoning Board

“A Stock Development proposal that could bring up to 350 apartments to a busy stretch of Corkscrew Road in Estero split the village’s Planning and Zoning Board Tuesday night.”

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New spring training stadium for Atlanta Braves in North Port almost complete

“The seats are installed at CoolToday Park, and on March 24 thousands of fans will come streaming in for the first game at the Atlanta Braves’ new spring training home. That game will mark the Major League Baseball team’s official move from the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando to West Villages, a master-planned community in North Port in south Sarasota County.”

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Planet Fitness to open this spring in Golden Gate

“Planet Fitness is still coming to a portion of the former Big Kmart space at Parkway Plaza in Golden Gate.”

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Clearing begins for future Habitat for Humanity community

“A rendering of Vincent’s Acres, a future Habitat for Humanity of Collier County neighborhood planned on nearly 17 acres on the southwest corner of Davis Boulevard and Market Street in East Naples.”

Read Entire Marco Eagle Article Here


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