Shell Point Retirement Community Plans Expansion In Florida
Shell Point Retirement Community, a nonprofit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Fort Myers, Fla., is planning a new independent living building, named Vista Cay, according to the website businessobservefl.com
Vista Cay will include 59 units on 12 residential floors. The residential building will be constructed over two floors of parking.
Residential units will be offered in 15 floor plans with coastal views, high ceilings, and large balconies.
Additionally, the units will be designed with hurricane-rated impact windows and doors, suites with walk-in closets, and open-plan kitchens with wood cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and under-mount sinks and faucets.
Amenity spaces at Vista Cay will include a social room, terrace, and catering kitchen.
The CCRC is also reorganizing amenities at The Island independent living building into a new 100,000-square-foot Island Commons building. Island Commons will include a community store and market, dining options, fitness room, bank, library, and classrooms.
Construction is expected to begin in July and be completed in 2026.
Perkins Eastman (New York) is the architect for Vista Cay and BSSW Architects (Fort Myers) is the architect for the Island Commons amenities center. Wegman Design Group (Naples, Fla.) is the interior designer for both projects.