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Week of March 11th
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MarketQwest Southwest Florida – Week of March 11th

Posted by Kara Crowe on March 11, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Southwest Florida for the week of March 11th, 2019


Lucky’s Market opening April 17 in North Naples

“Lucky’s Market has two new stores under construction in North Naples. The Lucky’s coming to the former Wild Oats location near the corner of Naples Boulevard and Airport-Pulling Road is targeted to open next month, while the new store being built off Wiggins Pass Road at Gateway Shoppes at North Bay may not open until early 2020, Torvik said.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

PDQ restaurant replacing Boston Market in Naples

“PDQ chicken tenders chain is replacing the longtime Boston Market restaurant that recently closed in Naples. Boston Market permanently closed Feb. 25 after operating for nearly 20 years in Carillon Place retail center on the southeast corner of Airport-Pulling and Pine Ridge roads in Naples.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Lee County’s largest submarket has posted substantial gains thanks to population and job growth

“The Fort Myers submarket of Lee County anchors the commercial real estate industry of Southwest Florida, with a variety of sectors represented. Although the area has long been known as an industrial haven, recent bursts of residential development have led to gains in retail space, offices, self-storage and senior housing.”

Read Entire Business Observer Article Here

Orange Blossom Naples offers value driven resort lifestyle

“New single-family homes and townhomes priced from the $200’s are now available at Orange Blossom Naples, a resort style gated community on Oil Well Road in North Naples”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Developer says smaller Naples Beach Hotel, addition of condos would reduce traffic; is that possible?

“Simple math says that more condo units equals more people, which equals more cars and more traffic.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News  Article Here

East Naples Triangle site targeted for redevelopment is back on the market — again

“The East Naples Triangle site once targeted for a luxury condo-hotel called Trio is on the market — again.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News  Article Here

 

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