Access to Housing
Meeting the demands of incoming and existing workforce is happening in Fort Myers. New developments and existing locations provide many housing stock options.
You can see the progress of City Walk on McGregor Boulevard. The location was once a strip mall and now has office space available on the 3rd floor and 318 units of housing. The trend for the Tech industry is to work from home and have access to amenities for work and for a healthy lifestyle. Doing business off beautiful McGregor Boulevard near the Edison and Ford Winter Estates might just be genius! Need to motivate your innovation?
Neighborhoods provide access to a healthy lifestyle with parks, grocery stores, and places to live not far from work. Working from home in Fort Myers is easy with our high speed internet access and views of the Caloosahatchee River. Co-working space at First Street Executive Suites or if you need to collaborate stop by the Collaboratory to host an event or build partnerships.
The City of Fort Myers has many gated communities to choose from as well as beautiful neighborhoods developed all over the city.
We've had a vision on how to develop our Midtown area. You can review the award winning plan for Midtown. Powerpoint on Midtown and the Midtown Vision Plan Are you ready to discuss development opportunities in Fort Myers? We have some ideas on how we can partner for the betterment of the community's workforce housing needs.
Go to the Development Activity Map to view some of the investments happening in the City of Fort Myers.
There are low income housing options in Fort Myers Low Income Housing Options
Lee County has its own Housing Authority
Improving incomes is an important step toward lowering the need for housing assistance. Additional information from our 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan