Fort Myers River District Real Estate


When contemplating great urban neighborhoods, 5th Avenue.....Beacon Hill.....The Miracle Mile.....Nob Hill.....Soho and Georgetown come to mind. All of these urban legends offer their residents a place to live, work, and play.

A new urban legend is emerging along the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in Downtown Fort Myers. Introducing the Fort Myers River District, a new and unique urban way of life in Southwest Florida.

Many of the home values in this emerging district reflect the fact that it is an early development phase. It will sure be exciting to watch the River District mature and come of age over the next several years. This neighborhood is poised to become one of the treasured urban legends!

Fort Myers River District developments include:

Development Housing Type Location
Alta Mar High-rise condos 2825 Palm Beach Boulevard
Beau Rivage High-rise condos 2797 1st Street
Dean Park Historic District Single-family homes Rhode Island & Palm Ave
Earnhardt Condominiums Loft-style condos 2260 1st Street
First Street Village Mid-rise condos W. 1st Street @ Virgina Ave
High Point Place High-rise condos 2080-2104 W. 1st Street
Oasis High-rise condos 3000 & 3040 Oasis Grand Blvd
Palm Beach Landings Mid-rise condos 2875 & 2885 Palm Beach Blvd
Patio De Leon Low-rise condos 2230 1st Street
Pointe Royale High-rise condos 1900-1920 Virginia Avenue
Riverside Club Mid-rise condos 1900 Clifford Street
Sunset Royale High-rise condos 1925 Clifford Street
Sunset Vista High-rise condos 1901 Clifford Street
St. Tropez & Riviera High-rise condos 2743 & 2745 1st Street

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High Point Place: Luxury High-Rise Living in Fort Myers

On the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in the Fort Myers River District, High Point Place is a luxury high-rise condominium community in an urban waterfront setting. Its convenient location is within walking distance of the downtown River District, featuring shopping, dining, entertainment, boating, museums and a weekly Farmer’s Market.

Bennett’s Fresh Roast: A Fort Myers Favorite

Whether you’re a tourist or a local, Bennett’s Fresh Roast coffee shops in Fort Myers and Sanibel serves up old-fashioned good service, ultra premium fresh-roasted coffee everyday and hand-cut from scratch donuts. As seen on The Food Network’s Donut Showdown, Fresh Roast has been one of the most successful new businesses in Lee County.

Marina at Edison Ford Now Open

Right on the water overlooking the Caloosahatchee River is a piece of paradise. Exciting new changes to downtown Fort Myers as it welcomes The Marina at Edison Ford, a new downtown destination. The Marina is now open and gives you a good reason to dock your boat and dine.

Cruising the Okeechobee Waterway

The Okeechobee Waterway (OWW) provides an inside passage across the Florida Peninsula. It is the only cross-Florida canal and river system that joins the east coast of Florida to the west coast and is a pleasant way for boaters to pass through the heart of Old Florida. The OWW is 154 miles and stretches from the Atlantic Ocean near Stuart, Florida to the Gulf of Mexico at Fort Myers.

Momentum Building in Downtown Fort Myers

A rejuvenated downtown Fort Myers is pushing up real estate prices, and bringing in visitors daily to the historic downtown River District. Prices are rebounding for real estate in Fort Myers. Downtown Fort Myers’ high-rise condominiums are almost all sold out.

Fort Myers Art Walk

The popular arts and cultural event, the Fort Myers Art Walk in the Historic River District, showcases all new local and national art exhibits, live artist demonstrations, live music and a festive atmosphere for shopping and dining throughout the downtown. The Art Walk kicks off the first Friday of each month from 6-10 PM rain or shine.

Trolley Service Resumes in The Fort Myers River District

The downtown Fort Myers trolleys will offer visitors and residents a free ride in and around historic Fort Myers. Two new River District trolley routes will run from Monday through Saturday until April 17 and serve the River District. This is the second season that trolleys will ferry passengers throughout downtown Fort Myers.

Data last updated: July 30th, 2014 at 12:58am EDT and updating occurs daily

The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the REALTOR® Association of Greater Fort Myers and the Beach, Inc.. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.