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At 120 square miles, Cape Coral is the third-largest city in Florida by landmass. With a regional population of about 1.2 million, Southwest Florida is steadily gaining as a significant contributory market, which makes Cape Coral poised to be a driver for the region’s economic growth.

Market Prime for Development 

Cape Coral is home to nearly 400 miles of navigable canals, more than anywhere else in the world. At 120 square miles, this Southwest Florida city is the third-largest by landmass in the state. With a consistently growing population of 200,000, Cape Coral is only halfway built out, so there’s plenty of space for new residential, retail, office/tech, industrial and mixed-use projects. With a projected growth of more than 400,000, the city is only 47% built out today with room to grow.

The Sunshine State consistently ranks among the top 10 best states for its cost of doing business because there is no state income tax, and Florida offers a competitive workforce environment and streamlined, pro-business regulations. 

The city is within 10 miles of Interstate 75 for connecting northward to Tampa and on to the Midwestern states, and southeastward to Miami/Fort Lauderdale. U.S. Route 41, which runs from Miami to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan connects into the city.

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With an annual growth rate of 2 percent and a population of 200,000, Cape Coral is the 8th largest city in Florida and is home to the largest workforce between Tampa and Miami. The City features ideal development, expansion and relocation opportunities. 

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