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A Southwest Florida developer is moving forward with plans to build a 886-acre “university village” with homes, shops, a hotel and parks just north and east of the Florida Gulf Coast University campus.
The Private Equity Group plans to build 1,950 multi-family residential units, a 250- room hotel and conference center, 170 acres of parks and open spaces as well as shops and offices.
Unique 2-Story Beach Front Cottage on a rare double lot – 150ft Frontage on the Gulf of Mexico.
Offered at $2,590,000.
This property is one-of-a-kind: Built in 1926 in Alva – one says at the same place where Ford & Edison beach houses have been built – and brought by barge on the river to Fort Myers Beach.
This is one of the last opportunities to possess an authentic Olde-Florida style cottage; this property is for the discerned buyers.
Perfectly maintained by the owners, the main house features original hardwood floors. A guest house and a detached 3-car garage building are also part of the estate.
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MLS# 201056574 (Fort Myers – Florida Gulf Coast MLS)
MLS# 210039344 (Naples – Sunshine MLS)
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Colorado developer feels the time is right –
A bargain-hunting entrepreneur who thinks the local real estate market is close to a comeback has paid $21 million for a high-rise condominium project and the adjacent First Street Village.
The two downtown projects were launched by Cameratta in the two years before the real estate market in Lee County collapsed at the end of 2005. First Street Village is partially built and High Point Place along the Caloosahatchee River has 76 units remaining to be sold.
Marcel Arsenault, through his Louisville, Colo.-based company Real Capital Solutions, paid Cameratta Properties $13 million for the construction loan on the 76 units that remain to be sold at High Point.
The time is right to move forward on the two projects, Arsenault said — today’s low prices and tight credit are signs that the market’s at or near its low ebb.
Read the complete article in the News-Press…