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Real Estate Briefs

October 25, 2013
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

De Navarra Parkway

through Entrada reopened

After more than two years of being closed off, De Navarra Parkway in Cape Coral has reopened through the Estates at Entrada and the Villages of Entrada to connect traffic between Del Prado Boulevard Extension and U.S. 41 in North Fort Myers, developer Paul Hardy announced recently. The previous property owner had closed the road pending turnover to Lee County; however as the turnover process is now nearing completion the decision was made to open the roadway to the public.

The four-lane road with divided median now connects and shortens the travel time for southbound traffic heading to U.S. 41 from Del Prado, while providing a primary and a secondary entry into the residential communities of Estates at Entrada and Villages of Entrada. It also provides the public with better access to businesses at the 40,000-square-foot Entrada Plaza.

The Estates at Entrada is a 292-acre development originally zoned for 1,600 single-family, multifamily and townhouses, and 170,000 square feet of retail and office space. An amended zoning approval now allows for the construction of more than 2,000 life care units of assisted living, continuing care and independent living accommodations on four of the property's seven building parcels. As now approved, the Estates of Entrada might someday be the largest facility of its kind in the state of Florida.

Read earns AV rating

The law firm of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., has announced that real estate attorney Tyra Read has received an AV rating by Martindale Hubbell. During the peer review process, lawyers are rated on their legal ability in five key areas: legal knowledge in their specific area of practice, analytical capabilities, judgment, communication ability, and legal experience. Henderson Franklin now has 41 attorneys who have received an AV Preeminent rating.

Read represents buyers, sellers and property owners, as well as developers, builders and lenders, in residential and commercial real estate matters. She drafts and reviews easement agreements, handles foreclosures for lenders, real estate and loan closings (including issuing title insurance) and works to resolve any real estate matters. She also advises clients in the purchase and sale of land and buildings, including any development, easement and survey matters. She prepares and reviews loan documents for banks, private lenders and borrowers, counsels landlords and tenants in lease negotiations and prepares commercial and residential leases.

Read serves on the Cape Coral Community Foundation and the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association Board of Directors. She also serves on the Leadership Committee of the Cape Coral Community Foundation's Giving Alliance of Women and on the Development Committee for Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties.

Call 239-344-1327 or email at tyra.read@henlaw.com.

Lee and Collier BIA to host

3rd Annual Market Trends

The Lee Building Industry Association and Collier Building Industry Association will host the 3rd Annual Market Trends Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Miromar Design Center, Estero.

The program will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a networking social, immediately followed by Land Solutions' presentation "Where We Are, Where We Are Going & How We Get There" in the new housing market in Lee, Collier & Charlotte counties. The presentation will include detailed statistics and trends specifically related to the new housing development industry.

Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the Land Solutions Market Trends statistical report.

Early registration is encouraged as seats are limited. Tickets are $25 members / $50 non-members and can be purchased online by visiting: www.bia.net/documents/BIA-MarketTrends_2013ReservationFormWEB.pdf or by calling the BIA at 239-936-5525

The main speaker, Randy Thibaut, CEO, is owner and founder of Land Solutions Inc., a full service real estate company specializing in the feasibility, development, acquisition and disposition of land and improved properties throughout Southwest Florida. He has been actively involved in the creation, development, sales and marketing of residential and resort developments throughout the area since 1982. He has over 20 years in the Southwest Florida real estate industry with experience in residential and commercial sales, development, project management and new home construction, and has personally brokered over a half billion dollars in real estate transactions locally.

The Lee BIA is comprised of approximately 350 companies involved in every aspect of building homes in Southwest Florida. The association serves its members and advances the building profession through a community of knowledge, sharing and education. Visit www.BIA.net to learn more about all of the Lee BIA's commercial and residential building, remodeling and subcontractor members.

Martin joins Neal Communities

Adam Martin has joined Neal Communities as lead sales associates at Coastal Key, one of Neal's newest communities located in south Fort Myers, announced Michael Greenberg, Neal's vice president in Lee and Collier counties.

Martin brings more than 10 years' real estate experience and new-home construction management. He attended Western Illinois University prior to relocating to Southwest Florida in 2000.

Coastal Key is 48-acre gated community located off Summerlin Road at the end of Winkler Road Extension adjacent to the Estero Aquatic Preserve in Fort Myers. When completed, the maintenance-included community will have 76 single-family homes of one- and two-story plans, offering views of the nine-acre lake, 17.74 acres of on-site preserves, and nearly 40-acres of wetland preserves adjacent to Coastal Key. Home sizes will range from 1,772 to 3,000 square feet of air-conditioned space. Homebuyers can choose from eight different floor plans, with two or three-car garages.

The Coastal Key Sales Center will be located at 17841 Spanish Harbor Court, Fort Myers,will open in late October/early November 2013. For more information, call (877) 675-6046 or visit www.nealcommunities.com.

Starfish manufactured

home model sold

Leecorp Homes has announced the 2013 Starfish manufactured home model has been sold. The Starfish is a one-bedroom, one-bath single-wide Deloro Cottage park model home by Jacobsen Homes of Safety Harbor, Fla.

The Starfish was priced in the mid $50,000s, plus sales tax, which covers complete delivery and installation on customer's improved RV Park lot, AC/Heat, skirting & steps. The Starfish is located at the LeeCorp Homes model center, 20251 U.S. 41 S. in Estero. More Starfish information can be found at www.leecorpinc.com.

 
 
 

 

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