Location: on the east side of U.S. 41 between Williams Road on the north and the Bonita Springs municipal boundary on the south.
Developers: Oakbrook Properties and the Simon Property Group
Type of Development: Coconut Point is a mixed use development that will consist of: 1,450,000 gross leasable square feet of retail/regional mall (Regional Retail Center), 350,000 gross leasable square feet of retail on other parcels adjacent to the regional mall (Community Commercial Retail), 300,000 square feet of office, of which no more than 100,000 square feet may be medical office, 600 hotel rooms, 1,000 multi-family units and a 200 unit assisted living facility, all situated on 483 acres.
Size and Scope: This is the single largest development in Estero, Florida, incorporating the broadest scope of development. It was, in fact, the project the spawned the formation of the group that became the ECCL.
TheNorth Village, with its lower density single and multi-family housing, together with an array of open space, commercial support and recreational activities, projects a decidedly suburban image. The North Village extends from Williams Road to the Halfway Creek Preserve about midway between Williams and Coconut Road.
The Town Centeris a rich mix of commercial activity: shops and restaurants, entertainment venues and public courtyards. This is a gathering place for the community, lively and active because of the urban housing, offices and hotels that are part of the mix. The Town Center is located between the Halfway Creek Preserve and Coconut Road.
South Village lies directly adjacent to the Town Center and contains a concentration of medical offices, the
Bonita Community Health Center, congregate care, convenience shopping and residential neighborhoods. The residential component of the South Village is comprised of moderate density, attached unit housing types. The South Village lies south of Coconut Road down to the Sanibel Steakhouse and the office building that surrounds it.