- Gated Community
- High-Rise Condominiums
- By the Chiquita Lock in Cape Coral
- Boat Slips Available for Purchase at Cape Harbour Marina
- Rumrunners Restaurant within Walking Distance
- 1 and 2-Car Garages Available but Not Standard for All Units
- 1,250 to 1,800 Square Feet
- 2 to 3 Bedrooms
- Moderate Homeowner’s Association (HOA) Fees
“High-Rise Resort Living in Cape Coral at the Chiquita Lock near Rumrunners.”
Cape Harbour is a luxury high-rise community located at Cape Harbour Marina in Cape Coral, Florida. The condos are a part of a multi-purpose resort hub which contains a marina, Rumrunners restaurant, boutique shops and several other services and stores.
You’ll probably know the area by the Chiquita Lock, which is the only lock in Cape Coral. The Cape Harbour Marina is located just inside of this lock.
There are two High-Rise Condo Buildings in Cape Harbour (called Marina 1 and 2) with 15 stories each, making a total of 220 condo units. These condos were built between 2006-2007 which is the same period of time when Tarpon Landings at Tarpon Point Marina was constructed. The communities are very similar and if you’re considering high-rise living in Cape Coral you’ll surely consider both options. The major difference here is the size of the units. Most units at Cape Harbour are 1,250 to 1,800 square feet while Tarpon Landing starts at around 2,700 square feet and goes up from there. The price per square foot for the homes is about the same though.
Units may or may not have a garage and the garages range from 1-2 cars. The HOA fees are about 25-50% lower than they are at Tarpon Landings, and the rate depends on the size of your unit.
For more information about Cape Harbour at Cape Harbour Marina or any other community, contact us at Stacey@TeamStacey.com.
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