Mangrove Bay in the Local News

NDN 03 29 15Our recent Mangrove Bay progress news was published in yesterday’s Naples Daily News Real Estate section on page 15, and in this week’s issue of Florida Weekly, in both the print and online editions (read the entire articles by clicking on the links). We could not be more excited about all the of amazing things happening at Mangrove Bay starting as you enter the property:  the new deceleration lane, new entryway lined with Royal Palm trees, period-style streetlights, and clay brick pavers, the 11 new large covered boat slips under construction, FW 03 26 15 Page_064and the completions of all the hidden site work you cannot see yet is so vital:  underground utilities including the latest fiber optics, natural gas feeds to every home site, and the soon-to-be buried FPL power lines along Goodlette Road South. Moreover, you now see a clearly defined First Avenue South and Second Avenue South, lush landscaping, and seven homes in various stages of construction. Our three model residences are estimated to be completed in July, fully decorated and open to the public.

Please come see the daily changes that are happening for yourself by taking a private tour of Mangrove Bay on site or by boat. Mangrove Bay’s resident Captain is available by appointment to provide waterfront tours of the property. The Sales Center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm, and Saturday and Sunday from noon until 4:00 pm, or by appointment. Call 239.261.2200 for additional information or to make your reservation. Mangrove Bay is exclusively listed by Paradise Realty of Naples LLC.

Mangrove Bay Site Improvements Near Completion; Models Set to Open This Summer

The latest aerial image of the site at Mangrove Bay.

The latest aerial image of the site at Mangrove Bay.

Curious onlookers along Goodlette Road South have seen a lot of heavy equipment and moving earth, but from street level Mangrove Bay, the 53 single-family luxury home community currently under construction, is still a bit mysterious. There’s a deceleration lane now, and a new entryway lined with Royal Palm trees, period-style streetlights, and clay brick pavers. Eleven new large covered boat slips are also under construction. But what else is happening on this prime piece of waterfront real estate along the Gordon River in Old Naples?

What you can’t see is all of the hidden site work that’s been completed: underground utilities including the latest fiber optics, natural gas feeds to every home site, and the soon-to-be buried FPL power lines along Goodlette Road South.

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