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Strategic Location 

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Choosing the right location for your business is one of the most important decisions when starting or expanding a Web map final  roundcompany. You owe it to your enterprise to find out how Cape Coral gets down to business.

Nearly 75 percent of Florida's population is within 160 miles of Cape Coral. The region’s award-winning Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) is within 15 miles, and the Page Field Aviation Center and Punta Gorda Airport are in close proximity.

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.

At 120 square miles, Cape Coral is the third largest city in Florida by land mass. 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.

Cape Coral is one of the largest master-planned communities in the nation with modern infrastructure systems in place. Cape Coral is well-served with the essential utilities, roads and telecommunications resources that are necessary to support growth. Traffic flows easily on our established roadways and extensive broadband and fiber optics provide an easy global reach.

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