Posted by Mark Washburn on Sunday, February 6, 2005 at 11:01 AM By Mark Washburn / February 6, 2005 Comment
Residential developments expected to upgrade area Hundreds of acres transformed by bulldozers from wild scrub into sandy plains are undergoing yet another change in northeast Cape Coral. This change, however, is permanent and signals the start of a population boom for the Del Prado Boulevard corridor from Pine Island Road north to U.S. 41. Four new developments including: Coral Lakes; Bella Vida; Concordia and Entrada alone will add about 3,000 homes and town houses to an area that already has many homes under construction for individual property owners. The 171 acre Cape Coral Academic Village is also planned for N.E. Cape Coral. The project will form a partnership among a variety of potential interests including the City of Cape Coral, Lee County School District, Lee County Board of County Commissioners, various university/college branches and other ancillary uses (e.g. a performing arts center, high-tech facilities, science center). Working together, these partners will create an academic environment within a campus setting. Face of N.E. Cape changes [News-Press]
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