Shhh……..quiet……Don’t say a word to anyone about this destination pick!
One of the best kept secrets in our boating area is Cayo Costa Island. You can dig your bare toes into the white sands and never be distracted by high rise buildings, fancy restaurants and food vendors, or large crowds of beach goers. Plus you will enjoy some of the best beach sand in all of SW Florida.…continue →
Situated in the southern tip of SW Cape Coral is a stunning private gated enclave called Tarpon Point. Its touted to be a masterpiece of resort style living. Tarpon Landings is composed of 3 tower condominium complexes each with 12 floors. There is a 2 story parking garage for both residence’s as well as guests. Single family estate homes dot the perimeter of Tarpon Point. Along side of the developments is Marina Village………..the center of all the action.
Situated in SW Cape Coral, this premier location truely represents a boaters paradise for a waterfront lifestyle. The development is comprised of 3 magnificant condominium towers, coach homes, promenade, boutiques, elegant dining as well as casual fare, art galleries, gourmet markets…………and of course tons of free public boat dockage for a perfect day trip.
Plan your day trip to this SW Florida destination. …continue →
“Relay for Life” has been an annual fund raising event in Lee County since 2000. Cape Coral just finished it’s 13th annual cancer fund raiser last weekend. The American Cancer Society is the recipient of the funds raise by the event.
This years event kicked off at Mariner High school in the north west Cape. There was a large stage placed at the 50 yard line. Small team tents encircled the track around the field. Each tent team had their individual theme and items to sell to raise money for cancer research. Bands were playing on stage…kids were playing on the in-field…karate exhibitions were taking place…the announcer was barking over the loud speaker…………then it began: …continue →
Cape Coral consists of over 138,000 pre-platted lots. Most are 80 x 125 as a standard size. Some 120 x 125 triple lot sites exist as well. Jack and Leonard Rosen launched the city in 1957 when the brothers bought Redfish point and formed Gulf America Land Corporation. Some of the largest earth movers in the world were brought in to dig the 400 miles of navigable canals. They had to do this…..as it stood the land mass was a saltwater marsh, so they needed the excavated dirt for fill, to bring up the elevations needed for home-sites and roads. The very low areas were dredged to form lakes or the super wide 200 ft canals. A popular book about the Rosen’s and their “grand” land marketing plan was aptly called…”The Lies that came True”. The city was incorporated in 1970. …continue →