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Bonita Springs Makes Forbes’ List of Places to Retire

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Bonita Springs recently attracted the attention of Forbes, making it on the magazine’s list of “25 Great Places to Follow Your Passions in Retirement.” We South Floridians know Bonita is a great place to be, but we couldn’t be happier to see this kind of recognition. Leisure Time Pursuits The publication picked locales where retirees

The Ultimate Luxury Homes in Miromar Lakes

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A new fully furnished model home has opened in Porto Romano at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club in Estero. Miromar Lakes is one of Southwest Florida’s most prized communities. In fact, to date, Miromar Lakes has received more than 130 national, regional and local honors from building industry experts. Porto Romano is an enclave

Land Is Again a Hot Ticket for SWFL Homeowners

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Homeowners in Southwest Florida, according to the Fort Myers News-Press, are beginning to buy their own lots again now that land is cheap and financing is slowly becoming more relaxed. “We started seeing that about a year ago, and it’s probably become more prevalent over the last six months,” said Randy Thibaut, owner and founder

The Hyatt Chooses Bonita Springs

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Should I stay or should I go now? The battle over who stays in Bonita Springs and who moves to the proposed Village of Estero rages on. The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa is the next entity that wants to become a part of Bonita Springs, the Naples Daily News says. And the

Where, Oh, Where Will the New Bokamper’s Be?

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While the original plans targeted the new Bokamper’s Sports Bar & Grill to open late last year at Coconut Point, the new restaurant missed this season’s mark and is not going to open until May, the Naples Daily News says. “Bokamper’s had expanded on the original scope of the work that was planned for the

Bonita Church Finds New Home in Former Albertson’s in Estero

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The Living Waters Community Church in Bonita Springs, according to this Naples Daily News article, has found a new home in a former Estero Albertsons. The church bought the old grocery store, which has been closed since 2009, for a cool $4.4 million. In a news release, the church said it’s an exciting time. “Over
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