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        Downtown Fort Myers & the River District

        Bordered by the Edison Bridge and the Caloosahatchee Bridge, Downtown Fort Myers and the River District serve as the epicenter of activity in the historic city of Fort Myers. Living here puts you just steps away from historic sites, vibrant arts and musical events, and the best restaurants in the city.

        A blend of history and modernity

        Fort Myers has a long and colorful history, and Downtown Fort Myers still retains many sites and remnants of the past century. First established as a Seminole War Post in 1841, Fort Myers has experienced several developments and commercial booms over the years. These transformed the area from a simple farming and capital community to the center of commercial and recreational activity in Southwest Florida.

        Throughout the neighborhood, the city’s historic masonry and brick buildings blend beautifully with vibrant urban attractions and amenities. After its redevelopment in 2003 under the guidance of widely acclaimed town planner and architect Andres Duany, the area has become a charming and highly walkable downtown, perfect for homeowners who want to be at the center of all the action while still enjoying a leisurely pace of life.

        The epicenter of activity

        Downtown Fort Myers and the River District are home to over 50 restaurants, which range from familiar food chains such as Starbucks and Subway to local favorites like The Lodge, Downtown House of Pizza, and Oasis Restaurant. There are also more than 55 art galleries, boutiques, and thrift stores to explore, including the weekly Downtown Farmers Market.

        The River District is also the place to be for family-friendly events and activities. Enjoy the nearby river to its fullest with water amenities provided by Gulf Harbour Marina and Marina at Edison Ford. You can also explore museums like the Imaginarium Science Center, the iconic Edison and Ford Winter Estates, the Butterfly Estates, and the Southwest Florida Museum of History.

        Find your dream home with the Hannons today!

        What makes our team different from other real estate agents is our unrelenting drive and passion to fully understand our clients’ particular needs and to commit to their unique real estate goals. In a competitive local real estate market like Downtown Fort Myers, it pays to work with the best in the field.

        Get in touch with Jesse and Jeri Hannon today! Call us at 239-307-8500 or email [email protected]

        Bordered by the Edison Bridge and the Caloosahatchee Bridge, Downtown Fort Myers and the River District serve as the epicenter of activity in the historic city of Fort Myers. Living here puts you just steps away from historic sites, vibrant arts and musical events, and the best restaurants in the city.

        A blend of history and modernity

        Fort Myers has a long and colorful history, and Downtown Fort Myers still retains many sites and remnants of the past century. First established as a Seminole War Post in 1841, Fort Myers has experienced several developments and commercial booms over the years. These transformed the area from a simple farming and capital community to the center of commercial and recreational activity in Southwest Florida.

        Throughout the neighborhood, the city’s historic masonry and brick buildings blend beautifully with vibrant urban attractions and amenities. After its redevelopment in 2003 under the guidance of widely acclaimed town planner and architect Andres Duany, the area has become a charming and highly walkable downtown, perfect for homeowners who want to be at the center of all the action while still enjoying a leisurely pace of life.

        The epicenter of activity

        Downtown Fort Myers and the River District are home to over 50 restaurants, which range from familiar food chains such as Starbucks and Subway to local favorites like The Lodge, Downtown House of Pizza, and Oasis Restaurant. There are also more than 55 art galleries, boutiques, and thrift stores to explore, including the weekly Downtown Farmers Market.

        The River District is also the place to be for family-friendly events and activities. Enjoy the nearby river to its fullest with water amenities provided by Gulf Harbour Marina and Marina at Edison Ford. You can also explore museums like the Imaginarium Science Center, the iconic Edison and Ford Winter Estates, the Butterfly Estates, and the Southwest Florida Museum of History.

        Find your dream home with the Hannons today!

        What makes our team different from other real estate agents is our unrelenting drive and passion to fully understand our clients’ particular needs and to commit to their unique real estate goals. In a competitive local real estate market like Downtown Fort Myers, it pays to work with the best in the field.

        Get in touch with Jesse and Jeri Hannon today! Call us at 239-307-8500 or email [email protected]


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