The Tarpon Point Marina area in South Cape Coral will become an even stronger business draw when The Westin Resort at Marina Village completes a new conference center.
Ranked among the best places to live and do business, and located in the tax-friendly state of Florida, Cape Coral is a prime location for corporate relocations and business expansions for companies worldwide.
You don’t have to take our word for it. An ideal, year-round climate, affordable real estate and competitive cost of living have drawn national attention. Forbes magazine reports that the Cape Coral metro area is No. 3 nationwide for projected job growth (Moody’s Analytics, 2015). According to CEOs surveyed for a report by Chief Executive magazine, Florida is the No. 2 state in the nation to do business. (May 2015).
Last year, the city’s Economic Development Office (EDO) team successfully recruited seven new manufacturers to Cape Coral. Among these is a German manufacturer which is a supplier for the automotive industry. The South Cape has become a regional destination for its new entertainment venues, restaurants and microbreweries, with plans on the drawing board for a mixed-use development. In addition, the No. 1 natural health website recently chose Cape Coral for its Natural Health Partners headquarters.
As the 10th largest city in Florida and the largest city in Southwest Florida, Cape Coral is ideal for relocating businesses due to its large, talented and available workforce.
The past two years have brought dynamic growth to the community. The addition of new infrastructure is paving the way for business expansion in the city’s northern region. The 240,000-square-foot Lee County VA Healthcare Center on Diplomat Parkway has exceeded its original projections for patients, visitors, staffing and service levels. This facility is drawing thousands from throughout the region and serves as the anchor for the Veterans Investment Zone, designed to attract symbiotic industries, such as medical, wellness, hospitality, retail, pharmacy and life sciences industries, in addition to corporate and back office operations.
The Cape Coral Economic Development Office (EDO) tracks market conditions and workforce data to provide current resources for startups, relocations and expansions.
If you want to get down to business in a clean, warm and hospitable environment, contact us today.