6 Condos for Sale in Naples Bay Resort, Naples

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Naples Bay Resort

1530 5th Ave S C-202,
Naples, FL 34102

Condos – 3,286 ft&sup2 / 4,684 ft&sup2
3+Den / 4 Baths   Build 2008

Naples Bay Resort Condos : Priced to sell! Sale will be subject for $5150/mo annual lease thru Jan 2021. A It does not get much better than this! A spectacular 3 story waterfront town home, 3+ den, 4 full baths, private In-Residence elevator, wide hardwood staircases, Italian ivory porcelain tile floors throughout, gas cook top, fireplace and a 2 car garage making it live like a single family home. Enjoy the expansive views of Naples Bay Resort and Marina from this ultra- luxurious residence blocks from downtown Naples and the beach. Naples Bay Resort is a beautiful Mediterranean style waterfront village along 5th Avenue. Walk to shops and dining at Tin City, Bayfront, or 5th Avenue. Incredible amenities including a 15,000 square foot clubhouse

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Shenzhen’s unaffordable home prices could hurt Beijing’s plan to turn the Greater Bay Area tech hub into model city

a view of a city: Shenzhen has been granted autonomy by Beijing on a wide range of local policies, from land use to hiring global talent. Photo: Xinhua

Shenzhen has been granted autonomy by Beijing on a wide range of local policies, from land use to hiring global talent. Photo: Xinhua

Beijing’s blueprint to develop Shenzhen and showcase it a centrepiece of its economic reform and attract talent could hit a major stumbling block in the form of unaffordable housing prices, say analysts.

As part of a five-year plan to build the city into a “core engine” of reform by 2025, Shenzhen has been granted greater autonomy in using rural land for development purposes. The move, which will ease land supply crunch, is aimed at reining in escalating home prices and making the city more affordable to live. It was speculated that Beijing would give Shenzhen “additional land” by allowing it to absorb some neighbouring towns into its territory, but the central government did not do so.

“Home prices take up a major chunk of the cost of

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Bay Area home prices soar with suburban boom

With millions out of work, and restaurants, shops and retailers closing, one spot in the economy shines for thriving and affluent professionals — Bay Area real estate.

As if the devastating pandemic had passed over the tech campuses, Spanish-tiled roofs and Tesla-filled garages of Silicon Valley, luxury home sales exploded in August and drove median prices up 16 percent from the previous year to levels approaching the market peak in 2018.

The median sale price for an existing single family home in August in the Bay Area was $975,000, according to DQNews data. The gains were driven by a limited supply of properties for sale and a greater portion of high-end homes selling, agents and economists said.

“We’ve never seen such high price appreciation in a recession,” said Selma Hepp, deputy chief economist with real estate data firm CoreLogic. “The recession hasn’t hit everyone the same way.”

Year-over-year prices soared

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Imperial Homes sells Firenze model in Peninsula at Treviso Bay


Imperial Homes of Naples LLC, one of Southwest Florida’s most experienced and universally respected luxury home builders, has announced it has sold one of its models in the exclusive enclave of Peninsula at Treviso Bay.

The Firenze is a very popular floor plan. The three-bedroom plus study/three-and-a-half-bath home has 2,881 square feet under air and 4,282 total square feet, including its side-entry garage and screened in lanais.

Situated on a prime homesite, the Firenze offers its new owners one of the longest lake views in the enclave with the 18th fairway of Treviso Bay’s TPC championship golf course just beyond.

“As the developer/builder in Peninsula at Treviso Bay, I must say we’ve been experiencing incredible interest in the neighborhood due to

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Palm Bay to reconsider allowing hundreds of homes next to FAR Chemical after judge voids meeting


A witness called 911 to report an explosion at a chemical plant in Palm Bay.


Back in February, disregarding warnings of danger, the Palm Bay City Council voted 5-0 to rezone land bordering FAR Chemical’s industrial plant for construction of up to 699 homes and 190,000 square feet of commercial space.

On Sept. 8, FAR Chemical was rocked by a series of window-rattling explosions, sparking large fireballs and shutting down U.S. 1 as police and firefighters converged on the scene.

Nine days later, a Brevard County circuit judge invalidated the results of the February City Council meeting, ruling that Palm Bay officials had failed to comply with mandatory notice requirements.

Now, the City Council will re-hear the 22-acre multifamily housing-commercial construction proposal during a special meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

The FAR Chemical blasts originated from an industrial storage area containing 30 to 40 50-gallon barrels of an

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Ocean City Home For Sale On Closest Lagoon To The Open Bay

OCEAN CITY, NJ — Entering the foyer, you will look right through to the waterfront mahogany deck, lagoon, boat docks and swimming pool. Check out the realtor.com listing for more photos.

  • Address: 2013 Glenwood Dr, Ocean City, New Jersey
  • Price: $2,400,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 2003
  • Features: Luxurious custom built Lagoon Front on desirable Glenwood Dr. Enjoy waterfront living with 50 ft. of dockage on Pitcairn Harbor, the closest lagoon to the open bay. Perfectly designed with all rooms filled with natural light from the many Anderson windows, french doors, awning widows and skylights. Wider staircases and a two story foyer create the perfect flow. Entering the foyer you will look right through to the waterfront mahogany deck, lagoon, boat docks, and swimming pool. This level hosts a large great room consisting of a custom Kitchen with Dacor double oven and Dacor gas cook
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Bay Area office sublease space soars, firms retrench

SAN JOSE — The amount of office space available for sublease space has risen in the Bay Area — and has more than tripled in San -Francisco — an indication that work-from-home protocols amid the coronavirus may have prodded companies to rethink space needs.

Santa Clara County, the East Bay, and San Mateo County have all shown significant increases in sublease space, but San Francisco has earned the dubious distinction of suffering the largest increase by far in the Bay Area for the amount of space available for sublease, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield, a commercial real estate firm.

Significant increases in available sublease office space are a nationwide phenomenon but the difficulties are especially acute in the Bay Area, the Cushman & Wakefield report shows.

“The increase in sublease vacancy has been widespread, though one region has been hit the hardest: the San Francisco Bay

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How social media reacted after the Tampa Bay Lightning lifted the Stanley Cup

Nikita Kucherov of the Tampa Bay Lightning skates with the Stanley Cup on Monday following the series-winning victory over the Dallas Stars.

The Tampa Bay Lightning lifted the Stanley Cup on Monday night, marking the end of a once-improbable NHL Bubble experiment.

The 2-0 victory over the Dallas Stars in Game 6 capped off the Lightning’s comeback season after being swept in the first round last year.

Captain Steven Stamkos was the first to lift the cup for the Bolts, and defenceman Victor Hedman was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy, recognized as the finals MVP.

It was a rewarding conclusion to a strange season for many hockey fans. Here’s the some of the best reaction from social media:

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Bay Briefing: Glass Fire forces 68,000 people from their homes

Good morning, Bay Area. It’s Tuesday, Sept. 29, and yes, there is actually a presidential debate this evening. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

A familiar pattern

A chaotic wildfire that has already burned dozens of homes, destroyed wineries and forced about 68,000 people to evacuate continued to burn across Wine Country overnight.

Three wildfires that broke out on the east and west sides of St. Helena on Sunday spread quickly through extremely dry grasslands and merged into the Glass Fire by Monday morning. The fire has charred more than 36,000 acres and was not contained at all as of Monday afternoon. The city of Calistoga is now under a mandatory evacuation order and Santa Rosa City Schools have canceled all online classes through Wednesday.

Read more here and follow the live updates here.


• Here’s what we know about the Bay Area’s latest wildfire.

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North Bay wildfires explode into 11,000-acre monster devouring homes

Find the latest evacuations for wildfires in the North Bay here.

Propelled by high winds, three separate wildfires in Napa and Sonoma counties are tearing through a parched landscape at an alarming rate and have burned through 11,000 acres, devoured dozens of homes and triggered thousands of evacuations in only a little over 24 hours, Cal Fire

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