In Naples, Luxury Abounds
Naples is known for world class shopping, dining and abundant, challenging golf courses. It is also, only steps away from island seclusion or the untamed tropical wilderness of The Everglades.
Boasting one of the nation’s best sandboxes and calmest seas, Naples makes a splash with water lovers and recreationists. Friendly parks beckon sports enthusiasts and picnickers with lovely green spaces and recreational facilities.
Naples also holds the status as having one of the finest collections of art galleries in the country and has been ranked No.10 as the top beaches in the nation by National Geographic Traveler magazine. Add the variety of cultural events, fine restaurants, distinctive shopping venues, and constant warm weather and you have perfection.
The median price of a house sold in the Naples area in May was $287,000, the highest in the state, according to the Florida Association of Realtors. The Olde Naples area of established older neighborhoods with older residents surrounds the fashionable downtown Fifth Avenue South shopping and dining areas and Third Street South’s stylish boutiques and “gallery row.”
This can be contrasted with the younger, professional crowd populating North Naples, near the Lee County border. The influx of younger, upscale families has given rise to new shopping and design centers, like the Granada Shoppes shopping center at the intersection of U.S. 41 and Immokalee Roads.
The demographics of the area prompted companies like The Home Depot to open its first Expo Design Center in Southwest Florida in the Granada Shoppes, a glitzy, decorator version of The Home Depot. Trendy national chain restaurants like P.F. Chang’s also located its first Southwest Florida eatery there.
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