Luxury condo redevelopment project begins construction next month in Naples

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Parkview at Cambier, a new development of four luxury condominium residences in downtown Naples, is planned across from Cambier Park at the old Chapel Grill restaurant property, which also notably was the site of the city’s original First Baptist Church on the corner of Eighth Street South and Seventh Avenue South. With about 6,700 square feet of total living space per unit, each ultra-exclusive residence will feature more than  3,900 square feet under air, outdoor living space, a three-car garage, a personal elevator and a private rooftop area with full kitchens, bars, spas and firepits. A common area will include a heated pool, tiki bar, putting green and ping pong and pool tables. The state-of-the-art smart homes will feature coastal contemporary designs, custom cabinetry and millwork, retractable storm shutters and dedicated generators for each residence. Developer Frank Meak plans to start construction on the redevelopment project in September with a team that includes Gulf Coast Construction, MHK Architecture & Planning, Davidson Engineering, landscape architect Christian Andrea and Suzanne Costa Interiors. For more information, go to


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