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Cape Coral is Florida’s third largest city by land mass at 120 square miles—only 45% built-out—offering plenty of space for your business to grow. With 6,500 businesses, the city’s year-round population of 165,000 swells to 185,000 during the winter months with seasonal residents, tourists and European visitors. Despite being hard-hit during the economic recession, Cape Coral experienced the largest amount of growth throughout the last decade.
The city offers more than six distinct investment areas that include two industrial parks and two Foreign Trade Zones for a total of 3,844 acres for commercial/industrial development. Commercial properties are available for competitive, low-cost leasing. This dynamic city is an ideal place for corporation relocation or business start-up. Cape Coral has approximately 65 square miles of unimproved commercial and residential land within its total 120 square miles. Investment opportunities and emerging industries are sprouting up all over Cape Coral.
Residents of Cape Coral enjoy living in a widely renowned locale with plenty of educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. The American Chamber of Commerce Research Association’s 2012 Cost of Living Index scored the Cape Coral-Fort Myers metropolitan area as having the third, best cost of living rate in the nation. At build-out, the Cape’s population is estimated to be more than 400,000. Make a solid investment in your business today by finding out how Cape Coral gets down to business.
Florida is consistently ranked as one of the top pro-business states in the country for a number of good reasons. The Sunshine State offers a highly competitive cost-of-doing-business and is one of only a few right-to-work states in the U.S. The state sales tax is only 6% and there is no personal income tax.
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