- December 10, 2020
FORT MYERS — DeAngelis Diamond, one of the largest builders in the region, has completed Triton Cay Fort Myers, a 320-unit, five-story residential tower in downtown Fort Myers.
Triton Cay is one of two multifamily projects the Naples-based builder is handling for Silver Hills Development; the other is in Orlando. Both projects feature similar designs and started construction in 2020, according to a statement.
Triton Cay Fort Myers is on the Caloosahatchee River, its north side boasting views of the waterfront. The project provides numerous luxury amenities for its residents, the release states. That includes three courtyards with a heated pool, fire pit and grill area, fitness center, golf simulator, conference/work areas and a fifth floor bar with views of the waterfront.
“The DeAngelis Diamond project team on this 522,000-square-foot project has been the most determined and cohesive team I have ever been a part of. The challenges of starting the job as COVID-19 began, on a tight site in an urban area on the waterfront, were just a few obstacles that needed to be overcome,” Project Manager Jesse Slenk says in the release, citing civil engineering firm DeLisi Fitzgerald, the City of Fort Myers, and Fort Myers Fire Department as entities that helped the firm overcome the obstacles.
“I am most impressed by how the city of Fort Myers government entities work to develop their community and strengthen the relationships within it. We are looking forward to new residents moving into the building and enjoying the community we call home.”
A national construction management firm specializing in commercial, multifamily and health care construction, DeAngelis Diamond has more than $1 billion worth of multifamily/senior living construction experience, totaling more than 8,000 units to date.