Seagate developing eight acres in South Fort Myers as an industrial, retail and office park

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Seagate Development Group says it is is developing approximately eight acres of land in South Fort Myers as an industrial, retail and office park.

The developer says the site in San Carlos Park on Liberty Square Circle “offers one- to three-acre parcels in a central location to capture business from both Fort Myers to the north, and growing Estero and Bonita Springs to the south.”

“Several site plan variations are available for consideration with complete ground and design-build packages starting at $175 per sq. ft. and occupancy in as little as 12 months,” Seagate says in a Dec. 7 statement.

“Done right, we believe the design-build process provides an affordable, long-term solution to our customers in an increasingly competitive marketplace,” said Matt Price, CEO and partner at Seagate Development Group. “Combined with the right location, it offers growing companies an opportunity to move from tenancy to ownership.”

 

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