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 homes and townhomes surrounding the community lake, Heritage Heights will be a strong and thriving neighborhood. Construction has begun on the neighborhood and the first homes will be completed in 2021.
Located in Bonita Springs, the Streetsboro property will be an HOA neighborhood consisting of fourteen single-family homes. The neighborhood signifies Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties’ commitment to expanding affordable homeownership in Bonita Springs. Construction has begun on the seven-acre property, and the first homes will be completed in 2021.
Majorca Palms Estates Property Owners Association, Inc. is a 25.35-acre community within the Fort Myers City limits. Majorca Palms has single family and villa homes which make up the 108-unit community. This community has a pavilion and 2 playgrounds are scheduled to break ground in July 2019, one for tots and the other for five and up. Lawn maintenance is provided by the association, so there is no need pay for a lawn mower.
Located in the Fort Myers community of Harlem Heights, FineMark Village is an HOA neighborhood consisting of eleven single-family homes. Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties acquired the property in 2015, and FineMark National Bank and Trust invested $250,000 to become the official neighborhood sponsor.
The Carolina St. property is a seven-plot piece of land spanning the West and South sides of Greyhound Alley in Bonita Springs. Planned for the construction of seven Twin-Villa homes, this neighborhood will house 14 Bonita Springs Families in need of a hand up.