Bayshore COmmons
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Bayshore COmmons

6320 Bayshore Rd, North Fort Myers , Florida 33917 - Lee County
$1,996,000 35.80 Acres
Property ID 5867517

Description

Bayshore Commons is a unique opportunity for a builder/developer

to acquire 72 vacant developed townhome lots, ready to be built on

straightaway, further leaving a future supply of 62 partially developed

lots. This leaves a total of 134 townhomes that are approved and permitted

to be built on this site.

The Bayshore Commons townhome community was originally developed

and started in 2006 at which time the development allowed for

a total of 214 townhomes. Initially, 11 buildings consisting of 56 lots

were constructed and sold, which left 158 lots remaining for completion

of the community.

Of the total 158 remaining lots, 24 are unable to be built on due to a

neighboring bald eagle nest. A formal Bald Eagle Management Plan

(BEMP) has been submitted, with expected approval in early August.

While the remaining 134 lots may be built upon, 60 of these lots must

follow certain exterior building requirements that ensure the eagles

nest remains protected. (See page 6 for additional details)

In a market with a glaring lack of finished lots, Bayshore Commons affords

builders and developers the opportunity to buy an established

community and immediately deliver product in a growing submarket

of Lee County.

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