Competitive Cost of Doing Business
Cape Coral was created as a residential community, but as the city has grown, its local government has demonstrated commitment to encouraging business growth and diversifying the economy. One of the most attractive business incentives is the operational cost savings for businesses located within Cape Coral. The city has no public service tax, therefore, it is less expensive to do business here than in other communities. Residents enjoy low taxes, affordable waterfront housing, and a competitive cost of living.
Florida ranked as the 2nd Best State for Business in 2012
[Chief Executive Magazine, April, 2012]
Commercial properties can be leased at low prices. The City offers three distinct investment zones, two industrial parks and two Foreign Trade Zones for a total of 3,844 acres for commercial/industrial development.