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If you're looking for a fantastic apartment near Florida's beautiful Gulf beaches then look no further than Meadow Lakes Apartments in Naples! Conveniently located just off I-75, this incredible apartment community offers a tucked away feel with easy access to all of Naples major shopping, dining, entertainment and more!
Naples FL, 34104
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Naples FL, 34109
From our convenient location directly off of Collier Blvd. (SR-951), 2.3 Miles from I-75 & 5.3 miles from Tamiami Trail (U.S.41), Aventine at Naples apartments are Naples' premiere luxury rental community.
Naples FL, 34114
Pet friendly apartments in Naples FL with a boat ramp access to the Gulf and a 10 acre lake. Each apartment has a screened in patio or balcony. Two pools four tennis courts fitness center and more.
Naples FL, 34104
Luxury condominium rentals feature granite counters, stainless appliances, designer carpet, cherry finish cabinetry, & elegant Brazilian cherry or 20 tile floors.
Naples FL, 34105
Overview of Naples
The crown jewel of Southwest Florida, Naples is home to white sandy beaches off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, world class shopping and serene golf courses. Just a short drive from the Florida Everglades, this luxurious city is a perfect spot to settle into to get away from the hustle and bustle of a big city. Naples is a small metropolis with just about 20,000 sun drenched residents who spend their time sailing, boating, water skiing, windsurfing and fishing.
Naples is like a resort in itself, but residents find entertainment at the area’s restaurants and bars. Naples apartments for rent are sought after by people interested in exceptional art galleries, historical sites and sophisticated theaters.
Living in Naples, FL
In the late 1860s, Roger Gordon and Joe Wiggins settled on the seven miles of beaches, and because of its mild climate, attention grew over the piece of land and it quickly became a winter resort for celebrities. Gaining comparisons to Italy’s bay, the name “Naples” caught on. Naples was only accessible for pedestrians until 1918 when a road of shells in deep mud created a path from Naples to Fort Myers.
Although cars are now welcome in Naples, it’s much more traveled by foot or bicycle. What was once a sleepy Florida town is now a charming, modern city with a Midwestern vibe, partly because many Midwesterners relocate to the area. With an average temperature of 75, it’s hard to resist. Apartments in Naples are occupied with people seeking the good life, in a town described as paradise.
Naples Work and Study
Naples has three college and universities serving the area, including Florida Gulf Coast University, Edison State College and Hodges University. Edison and Hodges are located within Naples, while Florida Gulf Coast University is in neighboring town, Fort Myers. In Naples, an estimated 45 percent of residents over 25 have a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The economy of Naples is primarily reliant on tourism, and the industry is the leading job provider within the city, Marco Island and the Everglades. The area is also home to Arthrex, a medical equipment manufacturer and Neighborhood America, a technology company. Because homes in Naples, and many other areas of Southwest Florida are made with stucco, the area employs well over the nation’s average of plasterers and stucco masons. Other big industries in the area include graders and sorters of agricultural products; skin care specialists; amusement and recreation attendants; and landscapers or lawn architects.
Rentals in Naples, FL and Cost of Living
Because of Naples’ ideal location and residents’ luxurious lifestyle, the cost of living is 84 points higher than the national average. However, because of the mild climate in the winter utilities are 20 points lower than the national average.
According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, the average rent for apartments in Naples was $1,150 in 2010. However, where rent may be higher, transportation is lower. The average commute time for residents of Naples is 11 minutes less than the national average at 17 minutes.
Naples Attractions and Special Events
In Naples, the beautiful weather allots for festivals to take place year round. Every December the Naples Bay Boat Parade attracts locals and tourists alike to the bay. Boats are decorated with lights that glisten off the waters in true holiday cheer. Because of the abundance of fresh seafood, every February the Everglades Seafood Festival takes place. The festival features music, arts, crafts and of course, lots of seafood.
Residents of Naples prefer the simple life, and while there are plenty of restaurants and bars in downtown Naples, most attractions are found in nature.
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