Ritz Carlton Estero Bay
The Ritz Carlton Residences at Estero Bay is a luxury high-rise development located in Bonita Springs. Twin 22-story towers are sited on a 500-acre community overlooking Estero Bay. The development features the iconic luxury associated with the Ritz Carlton brand with world class amenities, upscale finishes and premium services that are unrivaled in Southwest Florida.
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Ritz Carlton Estero Bay Floor Plans
Each Ritz-Carlton residence will provide sunset views overlooking Estero Bay, with large balconies and plenty of desirable features. The condos come in either two-, three-, or four-bedroom layouts with a den. Each of the two, 22-story towers will house 112 residences, with six different floorplans to choose from. Some of the largest homes will exceed 3,800 square feet of living space, while the penthouse suites come with a private three-car garage.
Ritz Carlton Estero Bay Amenities
Tower amenities include a salon and spa, a boardroom, guest suites, a teen room, and a fitness center. You’ll also find a private catering kitchen and dining room, a library, a sports café, a social room, and a wine room. As well, the outdoor amenities tack on three swimming pools, two spas, bocce courts, a one-acre lagoon and more.
Saltleaf at Estero Bay Community
A brand-new development is bringing new life to the shores of Estero Bay, while honoring the area’s ancient mangroves at the same time. Development is underway on the new Saltleaf on Estero Bay in Bonita Springs.
This new, coastal community sits on 500-acres, touching Estero Bay and located just to the north of the Hyatt Coconut Point Resort. Crews have already broken ground on the Saltleaf Golf Preserve.
The new golf course replaces the old Raptor Bay Golf Club, which had been in operation for more than two decades. The same architect behind the previous golf course is helping with the vision for the new course.
As part of its design, the developers aim to help preserve some of the bay’s natural features, including its wildlife. Plans at the site also call for a nine-hole short course. Still to break ground at Saltleaf is the new marina
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