March 16,2015 - Southwest Florida real estate briefs
Naples Daily News
Submitted Mar 15, 2015
York to host show, attendees welcomed
Jim York, a local Realtor, is hosting a new real estate show that started in February. The show is every Friday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. through the end of the year. There will be a new guest who specializes in a relevant topic each week. This week’s guest is John, A. Hillman, director of sales and marketing at Talis Park, who will discuss the lifestyle at Talis Park along the Pete Dye/Greg Norman designed golf course. York will interview the guest. After the interview, the audience can ask questions. To be in the audience, email email@example.com. This show and all previous shows can be viewed at NaplesYorkRealEstate.com.
ULI to meet
The Urban Land Institute-Southwest Florida District Council presents the second of its four-part series that evaluates future growth in Southwest Florida on Friday from 7:45 to 10 a.m. at Florida Gulf Coast University. The second session in the “Here We Grow Again” series examines current development patterns and land use issues in Collier County, with presenters and panelists discussing how the county can effectively accommodate future growth. Following these presentations, the four speakers will be joined by Collier County Commissioner Tim Nance for a Q-AND-A session with attendees. All three remaining sessions are open to the public as well as members of the ULI Southwest Florida District Council. The April 17 session focuses on the future of development in Lee County, and May 15 is a look at Charlotte County’s future growth. Cost: $35 per session (or $75 for all sessions) for ULI members; $50 per session (or $120 for all sessions) for nonmembers. Discounts are offered to students and public sector attendees. The programs take place in Room 111 of Sugden Hall at FGCU. Registration deadline for the Collier County program is March 18. For information and registrations, swflorida.uli.org.
Builder opens new Naples office
Luxury homebuilder KJIMS Homes has opened a new office in Naples at 1045 Crosspointe Drive, Suite 1. The 4,000-square-foot building features a conference room complete with videoconferencing equipment, a design room and six private offices. The space currently houses 10 employees, with room for expansion, and features professional interiors by Jennifer Knight of Design & Company Inc. Specializing in high-end residential construction and renovation, KJIMS Homes is dedicated to providing a seamless transition of services from the design of the home to completion of the project. The company’s leaders, Dan DiComo and Jon MacDonough, are veterans in the building industry.
After several months of renovations, Sundial Beach Resort & Spa unveils its newly designed accommodations. The resort’s refreshed features include upgrades throughout many condominiums, and several additions to the first floor of the Resort Centre. A new fitness center provides owners and guests plenty of room to exercise. The open to the public Sanibel Sea School campus, Kay Casperson Lifestyle Spa & Boutique, Bailey’s Marketplace and Slice of Paradise, a poolside pizza and ice cream parlor, allow resort guests and the surrounding community a chance to learn, relax and dine at the new Sundial. Special attention was paid to creating a transformative sense upon arrival to the resort, including enhancements to landscaping and outdoor spaces. Sundial Beach Resort & Spa has 12,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor space and 11 event spaces able to accommodate up to 300 guests. The property also boasts six new HydroGrid clay tennis courts, an on-site pro for personal tennis instruction, and adult and junior training programs. Online at sundialresort.com.
Investment Properties Corp. (IPC) brokered these deals:
Hughes Center for Functional Medicine, P.A. leased 3,692 square feet of medical office space from HTA — Commons V, LLC in the Commons V Medical Office Building at 800 Goodlette-Frank Road, Suites 160 and 270, Naples. Craig D. Timmins negotiated this transaction.
Racetrac Petroleum Inc. leased a parcel at the SEC of Tamiami Trail E (U.S. 41) and Barefoot Williams Road from Barefoot 11700 LLC. Craig D. Timmins negotiated this transaction.