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MarketQwest Southwest Florida – Week of May 13th

Posted by Kara Crowe on May 13, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Southwest Florida for the week of May 13th, 2019


Self-storage businesses being built ‘like Dollar Generals’ in Lee County

“In Lee County, to where more than 16,000 people moved from 2017 to 2018, there are no below-ground basements. Few homes have attic storage space either. Some newer housing developments have codes that prevent storage sheds.”

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Resort style amenities featured at Ronto’s Orange Blossom Naples

“The Ronto Group’s gated Orange Blossom Naples community on Oil Well Road in North Naples is offering the rare combination of new single-family homes and townhomes and a fully amenitized resort lifestyle from the $200’s.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Article Here

Industrial developers are going the Last Mile

“Spurred on by consumer and retailer demand, industrial developers are focusing on the latest trend in logistics and shipping.”

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Fort Myers appraisal company defining the evolving industry

“Technology-driven data collection and valuation models have dramatically changed the appraisal business in the past decade.”

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Alta Resources moving to build-to-suit

“Alta Resources Corp.’s pending Fort Myers expansion into a new building capable of accommodating more than 1,000 workers caps a three-year effort by the Wisconsin-based company to find a permanent home in Lee County.”

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Commercial Question of the Week — Opportunity Zones

“What is the biggest misconception that investors and others have about Opportunity Zones?” “I think the biggest misconception about Opportunity Zones that I hear is that many folks believe it’s little more than a rehash of the old low-income housing tax credit program.”

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New libraries expected to open in summer in North Fort Myers, Bonita Springs

“After a challenging couple of years, library patrons in North Fort Myers and Bonita Springs can expect to finally see their much-anticipated new public libraries open in the summer.”

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More changes planned at Waterside Shops in Naples

“Apple’s new 7,677-square-foot store will combine the spaces of the original Apple store, the former relocated Talbots stores and an additional 600 square feet. Besides its sheer size, the most noticeable difference will be its new façade.”

Read Entire Naples Daily News Here

 

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