Olde Naples location site for new classically designed homes

01/14/2014

NAPLES, Fla. (Jan. 14, 2014) – Nine single-family homes at Jumby Bay are ready for their debut in the heart of Olde Naples. Located in the 900 block of 9th Avenue South within walking distances of area beaches, dining and shopping, Naples Redevelopment has once again partnered with Jeff Harrell of Harrell & Company Architects to create an intimate community crafted in a West Indies architectural style with a low-country infusion from Louisiana and the Carolinas.

Based on the group’s success with The Gables project on 6th St., Jumby Bay features sophisticated exteriors and spacious, contemporary interiors commensurate with a modern Naples lifestyle.

“We were the first to bring the row home concept to Olde Naples and this has proven to be a successful real estate model,” said Adam Smith, principal of Naples Redevelopment. “Clearly there is a market for this concept, and we are building nine new homes to meet the demand.”

Homes at Jumby Bay range from 3,000 to 3,400 square feet with 4-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom options, two-car garages and a pool and spa for each residence. With Jeff Harrell as the lead architect on the project, the residences are designed and built to the highest level, incorporating a great room style highlighted by open floor plans, interior design by Kelly Godsey Design, Downsview cabinets, Legno Bestone imported European French White Oak wood plank flooring, a Miele/Viking or Thermador kitchen package, Elan home automation, and professionally designed pool and garden areas by Outdoor Productions.

For more information on Jumby Bay visit www.NaplesReDevelopment.com.

More about Naples ReDevelopment
For 25 years, Naples Redevelopment has built unique, high quality residences in Southwest Florida. One of the longest standing development companies in the area, principals Adam Smith and Dale Spicer have more than 50 years of building experience between them.

Smith has 25+ years of development and construction experience, creating more than 300 homes in Naples and Bonita Springs, Florida. Some of his projects include Plantation Homes, Chiltington Court, and Storrington Place in Bay Forest, Cypress Island and Pinewater Place in Pelican Landing, Hampton Row in Kensington, Terramar in Old Cypress, the 610 Building in the 41/10 area, and more recently Sandy Lane and The Gables in Olde Naples. Custom home projects in Collier’s Reserve, Kensington, Olde Naples, Aqualane Shores and Port Royal have also become part of his portfolio of completed residences.

Spicer has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry. He obtained his vast construction knowledge while working for his father’s local construction company, Sunbrella Homes, Inc. for more than 15 years. He has built more than 400 homes in Southwest Florida, including Marco Island, Lely, Port Royal and Barefoot Beach.