Southwest Florida real estate briefs – Naples Daily News
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday for Diamond Oaks Village in Bonita Springs.(Photo: Submitted)
Ribbon cutting for Diamond Oaks Village
Diamond Oaks Village, Bonita Springs’ newest independent senior living community for adults aged 55 and older, celebrated their grand opening on Tuesday. Nearly 100 Southwest Florida residents were on hand to tour the community’s facilities and mix of one- and two-bedroom luxury apartments. Construction for the community, located at 24110 U.S. 41 S., began shortly after United Group., a real estate development company based in Troy, New York, began demolition on the property in November 2015. The community has 160 one- and two-bedroom apartments with a private screened-in lanai, personal washer and dryer units, and covered parking spots. There is also a clubhouse, a fenced dog park, putting green, fitness center, hair salon, a heated community pool and spa, and a bocce court. Diamond Oaks Village is signing leases. Online at www.diamondoaksvillage.com.
REIS to meet
The Real Estate Investment Society (REIS) will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 11:30 a.m. in the Osprey Room in Pelican Preserve’s clubhouse on Treeline Avenue at Colonial Boulevard. The topic is “The Latest Trends in Property Values” presented by Ken Wilkinson, Lee County Property Appraiser. Cost: members $30; non-members $40; college students $20. Registration and payment required by Sept. 7 at www.reis-swfl.org.
Real estate show
James D. York P.A., a local Realtor, is the host with Realtors Michael and Morgan York of York Real Estate Group of Downing-Frye Realty.The show called “Southwest Florida Real Estate Update,” covers current issues and trends with a different guest each week. Join the Yorks every Thursday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. If you have any questions about upcoming topics, call 239-273-6727 or if you would like to be an audience guest, contact U.S.A. Marketing LLC at [email protected] All shows can been viewed at www.NaplesYorkRealEstate.com under the YouTube icon.
York to teach