Located in a “World Class Boating and Fishing Area”
(U.S. News & World Report)
Charlotte Harbor Marina, after a five year development process, will commence its business of selling and managing fractional marina ownership and providing annual boat usage to its members.
Charlotte Harbor’s Business Opportunity Includes Well Located Florida Real Estate
Charlotte Harbor is located in Southwest Florida’s world class boating and fishing area in the proximity of 60,000 registered boat owners, and the Port Charlotte area has been noted as the “3rd Best Location to Live and Play Golf in America” (Golf Digest) and the “#1 Best Place to Retire in the United States” (CNN / Money Magazine 2009).
Charlotte Harbor offers a new business model to boating customers at 50% of traditional costs – carefree – that provides a range of quality boats and fractional ownership in the marina itself or annual Marquis Member boat usage. Noted U.S. economist Michael K. Evans wrote, this business model “breaks new ground in several dimensions” and expects to create several hundred jobs.
In addition to the business opportunity of selling and managing fractional marina ownership and providing annual boat usage to members, Charlotte Harbor will own the improved real estate free and clear – debt free.
The property is located in a State designated T.E.A Zone. And, is fully permitted after five years of successful interface with Federal, State and Local Governments and is now shovel ready with its newly completed docks, seawalls and dredging, and prepared for development of Charlotte Harbor’s marina, boating and recreational business.
The Project’s Management Team has over 30 years of real estate construction, development and sales and property management experience. Facilities will include office and retail space for complimentary and supportive businesses, rooftop pool and sundeck, restaurant and bar and 279 dry-rack boat slips.
Charlotte Harbor Regional Center has established a public-private joint venture and strategic alliance with Charlotte County, Florida and its economic development components, several of which will occupy space in Charlotte Harbor Marina’s commercial office property.