“Every commercial venture must meet the same standards of excellence, quality and value as our residential projects. Many of our commercial clients are area professionals who felt we exceeded their expectations constructing their personal residences.” — Bill Ennen, President
Florida Builder Develops Commercial Property in Fort Myers
Florida Lifestyle Homes is currently involved in the development of several major commercial projects that help support the infrastructure of Southwest Florida. The company has several professional sites located in the southern parts of Lee County.
- Metro Parkway corridor, on Metropolis Avenue between Daniels Parkway and Six Mile Cypress Parkway. The buildings range from 5,000 square feet to over 14,000 square feet. Florida Lifestyle Homes can subdivide to suit your leasing needs.
- East of Interstate 75, Exit131, on the rapidly developing Daniels Parkway corridor. Florida Lifestyle Homes is developing a Light Industrial Flex Space facility consisting of 2 buildings totaling 60,000 square feet. Interior buildout is underway.
- West of Interstate 75, Exit 128, off of Alico Rd. a major Industrial Development totaling 500,000 square feet consisting of mixed retail space as well as office and light industrial space.
Fort Myers Construction Growth Continues
“The Fort Myers area, especially the I-75 corridor, is positioned to lead Florida’s economic recovery and growth into the next decade,” explains Project Marketing Director Randal Mercer. “The new airport terminal is finished, work is underway on another runway, and construction is beginning on the expansion of I-75. Just north of the office park, a major commercial district is rapidly developing at the hub of Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Colonial Boulevard, and I-75, and includes two colleges, a medical center, and major shopping centers. Just south of the office park is Daniels Parkway, another thriving commercial district and the major route to I-75 and the airport. ” Randal Mercer, a founding partner in CB Richard Ellis, Fort Myers – Naples, frequently writes and lectures on commercial market trends in Southwest Florida.
Development of the 8.09 acre corporate office park on Six Mile Cypress Parkway also includes construction of the eastern portion of Crystal Drive, which will eventually provide direct access to Metro Parkway and U.S. 41. Plans include two sites for individual office buildings, both fronting directly on Six Mile Cypress Parkway. Mercer explains that each site will accommodate up to an additional 30,000 square feet of office space and zoning allows a wide range of businesses and professions, including medical office. The sites will be available for purchase or the developer will build to suit.