Naples Park Shore Neighborhood

Park Shore is one of the City of Naples neighborhoods located West of US41. Property values are higher throughout the neighborhood, for high rises, single family homes and condos, then most other areas of Naples. Park Shore was first developed in the 1970, and most the building was done in 1980s But some.
Park Shore has five times more condo homes than single family homes. There are 3,600 condo units and just 700 single family homes. The majority of condos are in the high rise buildings on the Park Shore beach. No other section in the Naples area has a combined real estate value anywhere close to the value of the Park Shore high rise section. The combined market value is in excess of $3 billion range.

Park Shore has condos on the beach, villas on the beach, condos and single family home on the Venetian Bay. And condos and single family in its inland neighborhoods.

The Park Shore neighborhood is a very desirable neighbor. It is close to all of the Naples main destination areas, shopping and restaurants. Most Park Shore residents have access to the beach via a private park. Of course, high rise residents just walk out the door to the beach.

Park Shore High Rises

Any building with eight stories or more is consider a high rise. Park Shore has 25 beach high rise buildings on a 1.25 mile stretch of land. They include Allegro, Aria, Bay Shore Place, Brittany, Enclave, Esplanade Club, Gulfside, Horizon House, La Mer, Le Ciel Park Tower, Le Ciel Venetian Tower, Le Jardin, Le Parc, Le Rivage, Meridian Club, Monaco Beach Club, Park Plaza, Park Shore Tower, Provence, Regent, Savoy, Solamar, Surfsedge, Terraces, and Vistas.

  • The Enclave at Park Shore is the tallest with 29 stories. It also has the fewest residences with just 28; one residence per floor for floors 2 to 29. Also the highest condo fees – in the $60,000 year range.
  • The oldest buildings were built in the early 1970s. The last high rise was built in 2006 – Aria. All building are well maintained regardless of age.
  • The majority of Park Shore high rises are 20 stories or more. The shortest are at 14 stories.
  • The values of condos on same floor can vary greatly based on the view – beach, bay or partially obstructed. Or north, east, south or west facing. Also higher floor command a greater price than lower floors. Beach view command a higher price than bay views.

High rise building and the condos within are very differentiated from one other. A buyer with a wide price range would be looking at a wide array of styles and selections.

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