The Isles of Collier Preserve, a New Development in Naples
From Minto Communities, builder of Twin Eagles and Bonita Isles, comes The Isles of collier Preserve. The new development is set to open in the fall of 2013.The Isles of Collier will be on 2,300 acres that was formerly the site of Sabal Bay, off US 41 south of Thomasson Drive.The community is bordered on the north by Naples Botanical Gardens, on the west by Dollar Bay, and on the south by the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.The location will give residents easy access to Naples’ historic 5th Ave. South shopping and dining district.
An Environmentally Focused Community
The Sabal Bay development was originally planned to contain a large golf course, but the focus has changed by the new developers.The Isles of Collier Preserve will include 1,300 acres of extensively forested nature preserves, a robust lake and river system with kayaking available, and miles of jogging and hiking trails throughout the community.
“Minto’s commitment is to be a good steward of this stunning and important land and its wildlife,” says Minto Communities Florida Vice President William Bullock. “We are honored to be part of the enduring legacy of this historic and spectacularly beautiful property as we embark on this significant endeavor to present a world-class community to our future residents.”
Minto is planning over 1,600 home sites. Homes at the new Isles of Collier Preserve development in Naples will be energy efficient, and will include lakefront and/or preserve views.The community will also contain a clubhouse and an activity center with resort style swimming pool, tennis courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and full service spa facilities.
Resident memberships are available at one of Naples’ premier yacht clubs, Hamilton Harbor Yacht club and Marina.Hamilton Harbor is a Clean Marina, with 160 acres of unspoiled wetlands on the edge of Rookery Bay.
The on-site sales center will open in fall of 2013.Phase one will include 172 hopes, with the first homes scheduled to be completed in 2014.