Cape Coral is one of the largest master-planned communities in the nation. Founded in 1970, the city was designed to be a “water wonderland” that is strategically located between Tampa and Miami. The Cape is a widely renowned place to live and is a vibrant and youthful city, where businesses thrive, and life is rich with educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. Cape Coral is home to more than 138,000 residents, 4,000 businesses and the growth continues

The Cape Coral Economic Development Office is available to assist owners in establishing a successful business, provide information on incentives, property location and direction as they navigate through the relocation and construction process.

Top Reasons Why Cape Coral Is the Right Fit For Your Business

Momentous Growth! Your market is here! Cape Coral is the fastest growing city in the Eastern United States and Florida for populations over 100,000. The growth rate for business is 12 percent.

Strategic Location: Cape Coral is the midpoint city between Tampa and Miami. Almost 75 percent of Florida’s population is within 150 miles of Cape Coral and easily accessible via I-75. The Cape is 10 miles from I-75 and close to U.S. 41. Southwest Florida International airport is only 15 miles away.

Youthful, Educated Labor force: About 55 percent of the population is age 44 or younger, and the median age is 41. The fastest growing population segment in Cape Coral is among the 18-24 age group. Businesses can choose from a pool of more than 383,000 skilled workers from the tri-county area.

Investment Opportunities: With a total of 115 square miles of land, Cape Coral is the 3rd largest city in Florida in terms of land mass. The city offers three distinct investment zones (City Centrum, Pine Island Corridor and Downtown CRA), which have more than 70 square miles of unimproved land and two Free Trade Zones.

Resource Availability: Aggressive plans are in place to provide water/sewer/irrigation. Telecom companies provide fiber optics and other advanced services all over the Cape. The Reverse Osmosis plant in Cape Coral offers a safe and reliable supply of potable water. Roadways are established, and traffic flows easily. In fact, the Cape Coral/Ft. Myers area was ranked No. 5 in the 2003 America’s Most Drivable Cities report by MSN House & Home.

Affordable Cost of Living: The City of Cape Coral (as with all of Florida) has no personal income tax. Reasonably priced housing is available with the median house price is $200,483. Residents enjoy low taxes, efficient City services and a good economic climate.

Quality of Life / Waterfront Living: Take pleasure in the Cape Coral lifestyle. The city has 400 miles of freshwater and saltwater canals, gulf access, waterfront sports, community activities and low crime rates. Cape Coral is the third safest city in Florida for populations over 100,000 according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Emerging clusters: Businesses and industries, such as aerospace, marine fabrication, defense contracting, transportation and the business services sector, make their home in Cape Coral.

Pro-Business Attitude: The City of Cape Coral’s Economic Development Office works to create a pro-business climate that helps businesses to succeed and grow in an explosive market. For the second consecutive year, corporate real estate executives rank Florida as the 2nd best state offering a pro-business climate. (Site Selection, Nov/2002) and the Cape Coral/Ft. Myers area is ranked No. 3 on the Milken Institute’s 2003 list of Best Performing Cities Where Jobs are Created.


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