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Three Habitat neighborhoods are planned to give 79 families a stable, decent place to live. We’re partnering with donors, sponsors, volunteers and our local governments to build homes in Carolina Cove, Journey Together and McNeill Village neighborhoods to meet the community’s critical affordable housing needs. These Homeowners Association (HOA) managed neighborhoods are thoughtfully designed to foster a strong sense of community and offer homeowners convenient access to public transportation, quality schools, hospitals and medical centers.


Lee County Commissioner Ray Sandelli, Habitat CEO Becky Lucas and City of Bonita Springs Councilman and Habitat Board Member Jesse Purdon at the Carolina Cove land dedication.

Carolina Cove

On Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023, Habitat was joined by donors, volunteers, staff and community leaders to dedicate Carolina Cove, a future 1.85-acre neighborhood with 14 affordable homes in Bonita Springs.

Building off the success of our Partnership Place neighborhood in the Rosemary Park area of Bonita Springs, we are thrilled to develop Carolina Cove and introduce a brand new attached Twin Villa home model. Creating neighborhoods with multi-family units helps maximize the number of families we serve.



Finished homes in the Journey Together neighborhood.

Journey Together

Journey Together is a six-acre community off Prospect Avenue in the city of Fort Myers, where 29 single-family homes are being built. The first home dedication in the neighborhood was June 2023; since then, eight families have closed their homes.

The neighborhood is expected to be completed in Fall 2024.



Seventeen new homes are currently under construction in McNeill Village.

McNeill Village

McNeill Village is a 10-acre community situated between Pondella Road and McNeill Road in North Fort Myers along the border of Cape Coral. Thirty-six single-family homes will be built in the neighborhood honoring Habitat’s longest-serving colleagues with Tanya Circle, Patino Park and Duck’s Pond named after Habitat employees. In June 2022, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners allocated $2.5 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to this project. Because of these funds, we began developing the neighborhood one year before schedule.


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