A new mixed-use project is officially underway in Downtown Old Naples. Crews recently broke ground on SoCe Flats, putting the new development on track for a mid to late 2020 delivery.
Pre-construction sales, however, are available immediately. Priced starting from the high $500,000s, plans call for a total of 18 condo-hotel residences in the building, along with more than 4,000 square feet of commercial space and a building lobby located on the ground level.
The condos sit on the second and third floors of the building, while an amenity area joins the residences on the top level. Future owners of the SoCe Flats can expect such high-tech additions as “on demand” concierge service and the option of electric car charging.
New options for downtown living are now available in Naples. Eleven Eleven Central is now selling, giving prospective buyers the unique opportunity to blend a downtown location with exceptional amenities.
Construction is currently underway for Phase 1 of the planned three-phase community. This building will soon be home to 62 private residences, including some two-bedroom plus a den floor plans and some open floor plans with three-bedrooms.
New buyers can expect to find new condos with around 1,400 to more than 2,200 square feet of living space when you add in the covered balconies. It’s currently possible to get in on Phase 1 of the property with prices starting in the $700,000s, considerably more affordable that many other new downtown
Construction is now underway for Phase 1 of a major new residential development in Downtown Naples. Eleven Eleven Central is a master-planned community that also holds the advantage of a convenient location, making it possible to easily access area shops, restaurants and galleries.
A new addition to the Design District, the three phase property is just a few blocks away from the vibrancy of Fifth Avenue South, plus a short distance from the beach, too. It’s the first such community of its kind in the area, blending the enjoyment of an amenity-rich, master-planned community with a downtown location.
Floor plans range from a two-bedroom, two-bath unit with around 1,200 square feet of living space and a balcony to a 1,700 square foot design with
It’s gone by several different names over the years, but it seems the Naples Design District is finally beginning to come of age. Dozens of area businesses make up the district, including an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and other creative retailers.
Found between Fifth Avenue South and Seventh Avenue North, US 41 to Goodlette-Frank Road in Naples, the Design District is filled with art galleries, restaurants, locally owned specialty shops and design studios. It’s also home to antique stores and boutiques, with one-of-a-kind stores and items for sale.
The area even offers a florist, a vet clinic and a hair salon. This is on top of a wine store, plus home décor showrooms and even consignment shops in the Naples Design District. With all of
A major new development is taking shape in Downtown Naples, where progress pushes ahead at Naples Square. A mix of housing, retailers, shops and dining, Naples Square aims to transform the downtown district with its own self-sufficient neighborhood.
Naples Square includes a multi-phase condo project, bringing hundreds of new condos to the area. The latest condos are part of phase three of the project, with options ranging from around 1,700 square feet of living space to upwards of 3,500 square feet of living space, in single- and two-story designs.
Those new condos should be read in the spring. Meanwhile, a newly redesigned amenity deck brings about a larger pool deck and heated swimming pool. Meanwhile, residents also have access to a fitness
Construction is well underway for the new Mangrove Bay amenity center in Naples. One of the newest and anticipated communities to grace the area, Mangrove Bay is said to occupy the final significant waterfront acreage for residential construction in all of Old Naples.
The amenity center will eventually include space for a private concierge plus a fitness and wellness area. In addition, there will be storage space for private paddleboards, canoes and kayaks.
There will also be guest suites and private event space available, plus future residents of Mangrove Bay are sure to enjoy the ease of a low-maintenance lifestyle. The homeowner’s association takes care of much of the exterior landscaping and swimming pool care for homes located within the
With the ease of a maintenance-free lifestyle and the convenience of living just steps away from premiere dining, shops and entertainment, Residences at Mercato presents the luxury of carefree Naples living. This outstanding community of coastal contemporary-style homes and villas is just as prized for its location as its home designs, uniting to become one of the area’s most desirable places to live and play.
Award-winning single-family design options within the Residences at Mercato include 2,900 to 3,500 square foot floor plans, with two-story designs ideal for upscale living and entertaining. With designs generally ranging from three- to five bedrooms, the generously sized homes also include such high-end extras as oak and marble finishes,
New lifestyle amenities are in the works for Naples Square, with the planned addition of the Gulfshore Playhouse. The new complex will eventually include two theaters plus an educational wing with specialized programming for those of all ages.
Planned for the north side of the Naples Square condo development, it’s expected that the playhouse complex will not only bring entertainment right to owner’s doorsteps, but also help anchor the planned restaurant and retail space of the Shoppes at Naples Square, which is under development on the east side of Naples Square.
The visionary plan is to include upscale and casual dining there, including outdoor seating, with the first openings sometime in 2019. Altogether, developers aim to turn the area into a
Visitors to Naples are likely impressed by all of the exciting new development, but for longtime residents, they’re sure to be just as dazzled by the historic charm of the community. While ambitious developers see a real need for more modern buildings and homes, others are working to preserve the Naples Historic District.
Examples include Cottage Rose, a small cottage that dates back to the 1930s, situated along 7th Avenue South and located just outside the district. With a nod to Old Naples, the house wasn’t knocked down to build a new, more modern home, but instead was lovingly restored. It’s something the Naples Historical Society would like to see more of, preserving old homes and bringing them back to their former glory.
With its private rooftop swimming pool and a mix of resort-style amenities, Naples is set to meet South Beach within TRIO Sea Club, soon to bring ultra-modern design elements and the height of luxury to the downtown area. The club is perhaps the most highly touted addition to the upscale TRIO building, also complete with personal concierge services, poolside cabanas and two spas.
In addition, the club is set to include sweeping Downtown Naples views, plus a fully equipped fitness center, restaurant and room for hosting private events. It’s no surprise that the design of Sea Club likely conjures up images of South Beach, considering it was at least partially designed after one of Miami’s South Beach clubs. For the City of Naples, though, the exciting new