With more than 400 miles of canals, Cape Coral is a boater’s paradise.
his waterfront city in the Sunshine State is poised for robust growth, rich with business opportunities.
Exciting market conditions primed by growth make this the perfect time to consider relocating or expanding to Cape Coral, Florida.
With an average of 335 days of sunshine year-round, a low cost of living and no state income tax, the largest city in Southwest Florida is the only one that can boast that it still has vast land open for development. For corporations with a large employee base, the city offers a diverse range of housing — from high-end luxury to affordable single-family homes to condos — that can accommodate all lifestyles in this subtropical environment.
Here are some facts that executives and site selectors can’t overlook when considering Cape Coral as your new business site:
Ranked by Manpower as No. 1 metropolitan area in the nation for job growth in 2015
A premier waterfront community featuring more than 400 miles of canals
Cape Coral is more than 122 square miles — only 47 percent built out
Diverse population of 165,000 projected to grow to more than 400,000
Broad business opportunities for serving young families, retirees, overseas buyers and visitors
Nationally applauded for its small business tax climate
Ranks No. 5 among the top 100 cities to retire. (Top Retirements 2014)
State-of-the-art water and utilities infrastructure, roads and bridges
Consistently ranks as the safest city of its size in Florida, and as the Sunshine State’s safest driving city.
If you want to get down to business, the market conditions are right. Contact our Cape Coral Economic Development Office (EDO) for invaluable market demographics, resources and incentives. Why not get started with your new business destination today?
Cape Coral Economic Development Office
(239) 574-0444 or (866) 573-3089