If you’re looking for some of the best views in Fort Myers, you’ll find them at the Oasis. With its location, its building amenities and its private amenities, It’s not hard to see why.
Some of the coolest high-rises in Fort Myers quite literally soar above the rest. Overflowing with desirable amenities, a prime setting and the enjoyment of an enriched condo lifestyle, all offer their own delights for buyers searching for high-rise living in Fort Myers.
Redesigned luxury condos are now selling in Fort Myers, with the very first round of condos available for new buyers within Oasis Tower II. The property sits right on the Caloosahatchee River, with eventual plans calling for more than 230 private units to go up for sale.
The Caloosahatchee River runs between San Carlos Bay in Fort Myers and Lake Okeechobee in Central Florida. This expansive waterway forms the western portion of the Intracoastal and provides the ideal setting for high-rise living in Fort Myers, with several admirable choices.
The private gated Oasis condominiums in the historic revitalized Fort Myers River District are twin 32-story luxury high-rise towers on the riverfront with South Beach-style amenities. Residents of the Oasis enjoy a carefree walking distance to downtown Fort Myers’ River District to eat, shop, watch live music and stroll through art galleries.
Some of the most dazzling addresses of luxury condominium towers are found in Fort Myers. We put a spotlight on our favorites. The height of luxury meets breathtaking views at High Point Place, Oasis, and The Paramount.
Reminiscent of an ultra-modern South Beach development, the owners of the Oasis condo development have been given an extension to develop additional towers on the site. The first two towers are built and filled with residents, yet the 3rd through 5th towers will be built over 10 years rather than the previously agreed to seven years.
The Oasis Condominiums, located directly on the Caloosahatchee River in the Fort Myers River District, still have new construction inventory for sale. Our team gives high grades to the finishes and amenity package at the Oasis and is proud to show these units to prospective buyers. The Oasis offers finishes more commonly associated South Beach than what has typically been built in Fort Myers.
The market for riverfront high-rises in Downtown Fort Myers is hot…..we are talking top of the stove…..Sahara Desert…..black car interiors in August hot. The transformation of this market from a bubble-era bust to today’s robust environment is truly remarkable.
South Beach meets Fort Myers at the Oasis high-rise condo located in a waterfront setting just a short hop from the trendy Downtown River District. Stunning, unobstructed views across the mile-wide Caloosahatchee River make sunsets a daily work of art at the Oasis.
Wink News covers the explosion of new businesses opening in recent months in the Downtown Fort Myers River District. While this has been a real long time coming…….it sure feels good to see the area gaining momentum and becoming something more than the seat of the Lee County Government and a home to hundreds of empty condos.
The waterfront Oasis high-rise condo development in Fort Myers brings a slice of South Beach to Southwest Florida. Sparkling twin 32-story buildings provide wonderful views and thrilling sunsets on a daily basis.
Canadian Investment Group Lofton Island Holdings, LLLP has acquired 224 developer-owned units in the Oasis Tower II
The Fort Myers real estate community is buzzing with anticipation due to the upcoming auction of 125 condos at the Oasis high-rise development. Forty of the condos will be sold on an absolute basis with no minimum price. The Oasis owners have brought in the big guns from Washington, DC…..McWilliams | Ballard to market this property. McWilliams | Ballard is known in the Mid-Atlantic region for manufacturing a buzz for developers as they bring new product to market.
Bank of America has foreclosed on the Related Group’s Oasis Condominium development in the Fort Myers River District. The $157M filing ranks as the second largest ever in Lee County. Jorge Perez and the team at Related Group had ambitious plans to bring a slice of South Beach to Fort Myers, but missed badly on the Oasis project.
The battle royale between New Jersey firefighter Victor Vangelakos and Fort Myers high-rise developer the Related Group is an ongoing fight.
One of the misfortunes of the Southwest Florida housing bust is that the magnificent Oasis I luxury high-rise in downtown Fort Myers has only one resident. This is truly a shame as the Oasis is a first-class project that delivers a hint of Miami Beach to the River District scene.[…]
The luxury urban lifestyle commonly associated with South Beach has come to the Fort Myers landscape courtesy of the Related Companies and their new project, the Oasis. This development features five 32-story high-rises sited along the Caloosahatchee River in the Downtown Fort Myers River District. With 1,079 units at full[…]