Known for its relaxed coastal luxury, unparalleled waterfront living, and year-round golf, it’s no surprise that droves of wealth from across the country are flocking to SW Florida. In particular, the area of Bonita Springs, just north of Naples, was recently ranked among the top 20 U.S. places to live. To meet the demand, timed with this news, comes the introduction of a new, neighboring 500-acre coastal village – Saltleaf on Estero Bay. Situated on one of the last greatest stretches of waterfront, along the state’s first aquatic preserve, the master plan community officially commenced construction in June, marked by the groundbreaking of its golf course, designed by legendary pro golfer Raymond Floyd. Also underway are sales for The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Estero Bay, with a world-class design team, condos starting in the $2M’s and more amenities than any in the region.
Saltleaf is a placemaking project that will present a new confluence of home and town. In its full vision, highlights of the destination will include: