Like a southern belle making her debutante at a cotillion ball, Fort Myers is unveiling a new waterfront river basin this week. In addition to filtering runoff water before it reaches the Caloosahatchee River, the new basin provides room for new development along the waterfront in Downtown Fort Myers. Plans call for tripling the size of the Harborside Events Center and a new 220 room, convention-quality hotel.
The residential sector of the Fort Myers River District is also coming of age. Our riverfront high-rise towers have emerged from the real estate downturn with a plethora of new residents, healthy condo associations and escalating prices. A new trolley serving the high-rises is now running and making it easy and convenient for residents to enjoy all the River District attractions.
River District condo inventories are at an all-time low as buyers have been aggressively pursing opportunities along the river. If you are curious about Downtown Fort Myers condos, here is a resource to learn more about and view River District real estate options. Our team is intimately familiar with the entire line-up of high-rise towers along the river and can help buyers narrow and focus their search for waterfront condo.