Daniels Corridor Humming with Activity
Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, April 24, 2017 at 4:53:44 PM By Mark Washburn / April 24, 2017 Comment
With plenty of new shops, restaurants and homes, the popular Daniels Corridor of Fort Myers is humming with activity. Dubbed the city’s new “Main Street”, Daniels Parkway stretches from the airport and the Gateway neighborhoods out east to the Shops at Bell Tower and US-41 out west. This popular stretch of roadway already boasts the country club communities of places like Eagle Ridge, Fiddlesticks and Renaissance, now being joined by a number of new, master-planned communities that are just beginning to take shape. Daniels Place is one of the premiere offerings, with around 85 single-family homes of French Country and Mediterranean style architecture. With up to four-bedrooms and up to a three-car garage, the homes are complimented by views of a lake and nearly 8.5-acre natural preserve. Residents are also sure to enjoy the easy access to I-75, only about a mile and a half away. Meanwhile, Daniels Parkway is also joined by dozens of dining establishments, many of which bring unique offerings to the area. From Thai to Greek, Mexican to Italian, diners are greeted by an array of available options in The Corridor. As well, the major commercial development of Skyplex is also beginning to take shape. This commercial park is under development at Southwest Florida International Airport, to be complimented by a shopping center and anchored by a new Publix Super Market. This sits just across the road from the Gateway community and from JetBlue Park, the place the Boston Red Sox call home each year for spring training. Future plans call for a number of new restaurants on this previously vacant property. Meanwhile, the larger Skyplex project could take more than two-decades to complete, a massive project aimed at continued development of the ever-growing Daniels Corridor. It’s a location that is quickly gaining at reputation in Southwest Florida as an ideal spot for living, working and playing.
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