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Business Observer Friday, Jan. 17, 2020 8 months ago

Construction begins on area resort-style apartment complex

The Cape at Savona Point will feature one-, two- and three- bedroom apartments.

CAPE CORAL — Construction has begun on The Cape at Savona Point, a 319-unit, four-story apartment complex.

Roers Development is overseeing the project, at 1730 Savona Point Circle, Cape Coral, off of Savona Parkway West. Once completed, the project will consist of a clubhouse and two 40-plex and three 80-plex units. Residents can begin moving in April 1, according to a statement.

“The city of Cape Coral has grown exponentially and has struggled with a lack of affordable multifamily housing,” Roers Development President Larry Nygard says in the release.  “We are pleased to provide a solution to help broaden the available housing options for current Cape Coral residents and potentially attract residents from surrounding areas.”

The 20-acre, resort-style community will feature one-, two- and three- bedroom apartments ranging from about 750 square feet to 1,310 square feet, the release states. Features include nine-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, granite countertops, luxury flooring, stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, user choice internet/TV and a lanai. The fenced complex will include a gated entry, security cameras, key fob entry system, well-lit grounds, enclosed parking areas and electric car charging stations. The community will also have a lake in the center of the property.

Amenities will include an expansive clubhouse, tiki hut, dog grooming center, yoga studio, fitness center, gaming area, lounge, outdoor kitchen, resort-style pool, cabanas, car wash, pickleball court, two dog parks, walking trails, playground and picnic area with grilling stations, among other features, the release states.

Fargo, N.D.-based Roers specializes in design-build, construction management, institutional, commercial, industrial, and multi-unit residential construction and property management.


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