The Apartments at the Isles of Porto Vista — a new luxury rental community at 3936 Pomodoro Circle in Cape Coral — is offering tenants a chance to win up to one year of free rent, valued as high as $18,600.
All tenants who sign a 12-plus-month lease during the lease-up period will be entered into the Free Rent Raffle. The first prize is one year of free rent, the second prize is six months of free rent, and the third prize is three months of free rent.
Tenants have a one in 41 chance of winning. Rent must be paid on time, with no lease infractions, to qualify.
According to Genesis IPV Properties LLC, which registered the Free Rent Raffle with the state of Florida as a game promotion/sweepstakes, this is the very first contest of its kind in the Southwest Florida marketplace and, perhaps, the state of Florida.
Lee County commissioners on Tuesday voted to approve a contract to build a project adjacent to Yellow Fever Creek Preserve, a Conservation 20/20 site, to improve water quality and the ecosystem.
The project in Cape Coral near Averill Boulevard and Del Prado Boulevard North is designed to improve water quality by diverting excess flow from Gator Slough Canal into a reservoir. There, it will be treated before being released into Yellow Fever Creek, a tributary to the Caloosahatchee River.
This joint project with the city of Cape Coral will help reduce the flow of freshwater toward Matlacha Pass and restore historic base flows to the Yellow Fever Creek watershed. The transfer of water will also enhance the rehydration of wetlands south of Del Prado Boulevard, restoring the habitat.
The $1.5 million contract approved Tuesday with Fort Myers-based Cougar Contracting is for the installation of a reservoir, pumping station, water transfer main, submersible pumps and related equipment.
Construction is expected to begin in February and take about six months to complete, the county reports.
Victory Park to Offer Hotel, Commercial Space, Medical Space & Industrial Space; Expected Ground Breaking is Q2 2021
Blue Waters Development Group, LLC is announcing plans to develop the extraordinary Victory Park, a commercial project in Cape Coral, which Forbes has named America’s No. 1 fastest growing city. Cape Coral is the largest city by population between Miami and Tampa.
Victory Park will include a 125-room Wyndham Garden hotel, commercial space, and 100,000 square feet of medical space and industrial space at 2313 NE 24th Avenue in North Cape. The groundbreaking is scheduled for Q2 2021. Pre-leasing is now taking place.
Wyndham Garden’s newly introduced prototype is a cost-effective concept that features a smart layout, designed to maximize efficiencies and combat rising construction costs. It is inspired by the beauty of nature, and incorporates elements of dappled light, textured wood, natural fabrics and flexible outdoor space. In addition, the Wyndham Garden presents a new food and beverage concept, nice & vice®, offering a celebrity-chef-inspired menu.
“Situated in one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, Victory Park presents a wonderful opportunity for those looking to lease space for their business, tech and medical companies,” said Danny Aguirre, manager of Blue Waters Development Group. “It’s exciting to bring more options to local residents, as well as the 5 million people who visit Lee County each year.
“The Wyndham Garden will be a spectacular addition to the Cape Coral area,” he continued. “This new smart, sophisticated concept brings the outside in with a connection to nature. This new hotel will welcome many visitors to Cape Coral with a delightful twist on modern hospitality.”
RealAmerica Realty, one of Southwest Florida’s oldest business brokerage firms, is the leasing agent for Victory Park. For leasing or general information about Victory Park, contact Steve Komondorea at 239-573-6464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.