The Wild Blue master-planned community is rolling out non-residential uses for its 2,960 acres between Corkscrew Road and Alico roads, just east of I-75 in Lee County.
Planned for more than 1,000 homes by Lennar, Pulte, Stock, and WCI, the community is now looking for commercial concepts that can cater to its residents.
Included in this line-up is the future home of River of Life church. In January, it purchased approximately 10 acres of the Corkscrew tract for $1.4 million. The church plans to build an impressive 40,000sf center there in the near future.
LandQwest associate Brett Low represented the seller, Alico East Fund, LLC. Edie Lombardo at Old Glory Realty represented the buyer, River of Life Assembly of God, Estero, Florida, Inc.
“The use and location could not have worked out any better,” said Low, an outparcel specialist. “It is truly the highest and best use for the site, which will be a convenient place of worship for the residents of Wild Blue and nearby communities.”
With the entire corridor experiencing rapid growth, Low says he is now focusing his attention on a sister site to the north. He currently has 24 acres for sale along Alico Road, at the entrance to Taylor Morrison’s Esplanade Lake Club.
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