Real estate owned by cities in southwestern Florida for years is approaching development.
On Wednesday, the Bonita Springs city council voted on the ranks of companies that city council members would consider negotiating to develop land in downtown.
The council starts with Baron Collier Companies.
Suggestions are waterfront areas, market areas, parks, and commercial and residential spaces.
Some of the people we talked to don’t think it’s a good idea.
“We don’t think we need commercial and residential,” Sherry Anderson said. “I think it should be a public land for people to use, visit and attract people to Bonita.”
If negotiations with Baron Collier are unsuccessful, the city council will move to begin negotiations with the next company in the city’s rankings.
Bonita Springs begins negotiations for development in downtown city
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