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Heritage Heights is a 24-acre planned community situated between Gladiolus Drive and Summerlin Road in the Harlem Heights area of south Fort Myers. Planned for 150 single-family and multi-family homes surrounding the community lake, construction has begun and the first six homes were completed and dedicated in May of 2021.

In addition to making homeownership attainable for 150 low-income families, Heritage Heights residents will also share several neighborhood assets that promote healthy living and social interaction, including a playground, basketball court, stocked freshwater pond, barbecue grills, and picnic tables. The location of Heritage Heights offers convenient access to public transportation, quality schools, hospitals, and medical centers while increasing economic opportunities for homeowners.

Heritage Heights represents the future of Habitat for Humanity, building neighborhoods that meet the demand for affordable homes and empower residents to enjoy a strong sense of community rooted in social cohesion and collective action.

Multi-Family Homes
Park with basketball court, children’s playground, barbecue grills and more.
Pavillion and lake view
Single Family Homes
Multifamily Homes

Community Information

Governing Documents

The governing documents for an HOA are the declaration; the articles of incorporation; the bylaws; and board rules and regulations. The declaration is the highest priority document. It establishes rights, responsibilities, and regulations for owners. The articles of incorporation create the community association. It contains brief information regarding the association, its name, location, and its purpose. The bylaws describe how an association is run, the meetings of members and board, election and removal of officers and directors, and powers and duties of officers and directors. The board rules and regulations are informal supplemental rules adopted by the association board.

Governing Documents

Things to know

Information regarding trash and recycling collection, power, water, internet, and more.

Things To Know

Community Guidelines

Habitat for Humanity requires all neighborhoods to adhere to community guidelines regarding association rules and regulations, exterior home maintenance, and appearance standards to ensure the wellbeing of all residents.

Community Guidelines

Amenities

The Heritage Heights Neighborhood features several amenities intended to foster social interaction and high quality of life.

Community Amenities

Available Home Plans

The Foxtail 1

3 Bedroom

2 Bathroom

1,772 Sq. Ft.

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The Foxtail 2

4 Bedroom

2 Bathroom

1,772 Sq. Ft.

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The Palmera A1 A2

3 & 4 Bedrooms

2 Bathroom

1,778 – 1,787 Sq. Ft.

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The Palmera B1 B2

3 & 4 Bedroom

2 Bathroom

1,778 – 1,787 Sq. Ft.

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History of Harlem Heights

Heritage Heights News:

Heritage HeightsNews
May 24, 2023

Habitat for Humanity holds land dedication for FEMA temporary housing site in Heritage Heights for Ian survivors

On Tuesday, May 9th, we held a land dedication ceremony in the Heritage Heights neighborhood, marking the launch of a unique collaboration with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that…
Bonita BayHeritage HeightsHomeowner StoryPartnership PlacePelican Landing
May 2, 2023

Gated Communities Doing More for Habitat

Homeowner Marisela holds her son Victor in front of their new home in Habitat's Bonita Springs neighborhood, Partnership Place. Each gated community that supports Habitat consists of action-oriented dreamers and…
Heritage HeightsNews
March 29, 2023

73-Year-Old Lillian Achieves Homeownership

Lillian's home was sponsored by FineMark National Bank & Trust through their $1 million pledge to Habitat.¬†Over the next three years, a total of six homes will be built thanks…