Naples Square Condos Phase II Almost Sold Out!
Naples Square Condos have been a popular choice for residents looking at new construction properties in downtown Naples Florida. It’s location is a block from Fifth Avenue South, a block from Tin City, across the street from Bay Front and in walking distance to the beach, Naples Bay Resort and Third Avenue South! If you are looking to be in the middle of the action in town without having to fight the busy roads of season, then Naples Square condos are a great choice. The popularity and price point of Naples Square condos quickly sold out Phase I and currently Phase II is under construction.
What You Can Expect Living at Naples Square
Phase II floor plans provide owners with an open-concept living area with open-air terraces starting from $600,000. The flexibility of different unit types has been appealing to consumers. There is availability of one and two-story, two and three bedroom plus den. There are 73 units in Phase II and so far 52 have already sold out!
- Gorgeous courtyard deck featuring abundant amenities:
- Pavilion bar with gas grills
- Picturesque heated pool and spa
- Gas fire table with seating
- Controlled access to the building and courtyard
- Secure under-building parking
- Convenient bicycle storage areas within garage
- Private resident storage areas (one per unit, excluding units with private garages)
- Professionally designed fitness center with state-of the-art strength and cardio equipment (located in building one)
- Club room with bar, terrace and large-screen TVs and billiards room, opens to the lovely pool area
- Professional building management with full-time maintenance and housekeeping staff
When will Phase II be Complete?
The completion of Phase II is slated for completion by the first quarter of 2017.
Why you should use a Realtor with New Construction
Whether you are considering buying at Naples Square or any other new construction communities in Naples Florida, always use a professional Real Estate Agent. Why? Because the on-site Agents work directly for the Developer, which means they have the developers best interest. You need an advocate who will guide you through the process, knowing which questions to ask