A major new commercial and residential development is headed to the already popular area of Ben Hill Griffin. Lee County Commissioners recently gave the go-ahead for a project named CenterPlace to go up near Gulf Coast Town Center and Florida Gulf Coast University. Read More
CenterPlace is a mixed-use development located in Fort Myers adjacent to Florida Gulf Coast University and Miromar Lakes. This 886-acre community will at full build-out feature 1,950 multi-family residential units including condos and rental apartments.
The commercial segment of CenterPlace will include a 250-room hotel, conference center, shops and office space. About 170-acres of CenterPlace will be dedicated to open space and the community features frontage on a beautiful freshwater lake. Walkability is a key design feature with commercial amenities within walking distance of residential buildings.
The developer of CenterPlace is Private Equity Group, who previously developed The Landings Yacht, Golf and Tennis Club along the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers as well as the Coral Point Shopping Center in Cape Coral.
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A new 886-acre planned village is coming with homes, shops, parks and a hotel near Florida Gulf Coast University. A Southwest Florida developer, Private Equity Group, which has also developed the Landings Yacht, Golf and Tennis Club in Fort Myers, has plans in the works to build “CenterPlace” University Village, featuring 1,950 multifamily residential units, a 250-room hotel and conference center, 170 acres of parks and open green space, shops and offices. Read More