Coconut Creek firm to build 180 homes in Fort Myers

Zuckerman Homes will sell new homes at Venetian Pointe at prices starting in the $200,000s

Oct.October 15, 2016 10:15 AM
Aerial view of Venetian Pointe site in Fort Myers with graphic overlay showing planned homes

Aerial view of Venetian Pointe site in Fort Myers with graphic overlay showing locations of planned homes

Coconut Creek-based Zuckerman Homes expects to break ground by year-end for a residential development in Fort Myers called Venetian Pointe.

Zuckerman is preparing to build 180 homes at the 50-acre site of its Venetian Pointe development in south Fort Myers at the intersection of Gladiolis Drive and Summerlin Road.

Prices start in the $200,000s for one- and two-story homes ranging in size from 1,650 square feet to 3,000 square feet.  Shared amenities will include a swimming pool, a clubhouse and winding sidewalks.

Architect Don Evans and his firm The Evans Group designed Venetian Pointe homes. Each home is designed with an ample backyard and patio and a two-car garage with a bump-out space suitable for a studio or for storage.

The location in south Fort Myers is a short drive from three hospitals, Coconut Point Mall and The Belle Tower Shops, and the spring-training stadiums of two Major League Baseball teams, the Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox.

Through four generations of family-ownership, Zuckerman Homes has built more than 10,000 homes in 40-plus residential developments.

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