Pebble Creek At Pelican Bay, Naples – Market Update


Pebble Creek At Pelican Bay – Naples, Fl. This is an update for the real estate market in Pebble Creek At Pelican Bay, a neighborhood of condominiums located just across the mini train station in Pelican Bay, walking distance to the beach.
There are currently 9 condos for sale in Pebble Creek, listed from $529,000 to $1,200,000.
None are currently under contract.
5 condos have sold during the last quarter (July to September) and 16 have sold YTD. View Sales in Pebble Creek.
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Talis Park Naples – An Other Kind Of Luxury Lifestyle

Talis Park is an amazing and beautiful community in Naples, offering a luxury yet casual lifestyle.
Talis Park offers a splendid setting with a mixture of old world elegance combined with the American luxury and casual lifestyle.
Talis Park offers a lot of different possibilities for ownership: luxury condominiums and coach homes, villas and custom homes.
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Naples Is Open For Business – Time To Come Back!

Despite Hurricane Irma hitting Florida in September, Naples is well back into business! Tremendous efforts have been made to clean up the landscaping and trees down. Is is time to come back! You will never notice a hurricane hit our town.
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“We’re Open For Business!” Florida Tells The World

NAPLES, Fla. – Oct. 9, 2017 – For most of September, Florida hoteliers and businesses catering to tourists battled Hurricane Irma and the havoc it wrought.
Now that October is here, they’re battling the perceptions it left behind.
“The early national media certainly painted a picture we were going to get hit very hard. People listen to that,” said Jack Wert, executive director of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau.
From one end of Florida to the other, tourism professionals are using traditional and social media to get the word out: “We’re open for business.”
As bad as Irma was – displacing tens of thousands of residents, knocking out power to millions and being blamed for 72 deaths in the state – physical damage to the tourism infrastructure was not as bad as it might have been.
Even the hardest-hit of the destinations, the Florida Keys, officially reopened for tourism on Oct. 1.
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Hurricane Irma Aftermath: Recovery Well On Its Way.

Since Sunday I have toured many areas, driving around Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero looking at damages after the passage of Hurricane Irma. Driving on US 41 from Estero to Naples, damages are barely noticeable: A few signs are gone, some posts are twisted, old and large trees are on the ground but palm trees have largely resisted the fury of the storm.
On Gulfshore Blvd in Naples, The Moorings and Park Shore neighborhoods have landscape’s damages, the buildings do not have structural or large damages. Minor damages can be seen on the roofs of very few buildings.
Buildings in Pelican Bay have perfectly resisted damages, due to the lush landscape of the area, numerous beautiful large trees are down but it will not be noticeable after cleanup as many trees remain intact.
Vanderbilt Beach‘s beach front or bay front buildings have also well borne the storm with no evident damages.
In Bonita Bay, many old and large trees are down too; once they will be removed, it will be difficult to notice it.
Most affected areas seem to be in East Naples and Marco Island or very specific areas by flooding or where there’s been tornado activity.
Cleanup has started actively everywhere, 80% of FPL customers in Collier County had power restored, and 92% of Lee County Electrical Cooperative had lights back on.
FPL vows to have all power back this Friday, September 22nd.
There is no reason to doubt: Naples, Bonita Springs and Estero will recover promptly without any scars!
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