The growth of Old Naples is exciting for those of us who live and work in the Naples area. As featured in an article in Florida Weekly, a range of new housing options, a new 15-acre park with walking/biking trails and an array of commercial shopping and dining options in the immediate area are allowing people more of an opportunity to call Old Naples 'home.' In the development of communities such as Naples Square and Mangrove Bay, the city has carefully planned the integration of 15-acre waterfront park, Baker Park, which will soon be connected by a bridge all the way to the Conservancy and Zoo. The most exciting element of all of the new development is Mangrove Bay which offers new Florida-style houses with waterfront views, deeded boat slips, first-floor master bedrooms, private pools and spas, concierge service and many other amenities, all of which connect directly to the new park. Prices start in the mid-$2 million range, but rarely is such a combination found. For more information on the new development taking place in Old Naples, contact me, Mary Yon, at Gulf Coast International Properties at 239-572-3274. I will be happy to answer questions you have! Get into Old Naples while you can.