About WildBlue in Estero
Directions: Take I-75 to Corkscrew Rd (Exit 123). Go east approximately four miles. Community is on the left.
WildBlue is approximately 3,067 acres of land nestled in the village of Estero, just north of Naples and south of Ft Myers.
The property is well situated between 2 major east-west roadways, with exits off I-75 just 3 miles east. The location is in the heart of activity surrounded by shopping malls, entertainment venues, a large university, and an international airport. Nearby vibrant shopping and entertainment which include Coconut Point Mall, Gulf Coast Town Center, and Miromar Outlets as well as Hertz Arena.
Sports fans will enjoy living just minutes from JetBlue Park, home to the Boston Red Sox Spring Training, Hammond Stadium home to Minnesota Twins Spring Training, and Hertz Arena, home to the Florida Everglades Minor League Hockey.
It’s located near the world-famous Naples and Fort Myers beaches, along with Sanibel and Captiva Islands. The climate and pristine beaches attract seasonal visitors, along with area attractions such as the Edison & Ford Winter Estates, Ding Darling National Refuge, Everglades National Park, and the Babcock Wilderness Preserve making it an ideal destination.
The international airport, I-75, and FGCU have driven the area’s growth and its identity. Estero is one of the top three cities in Florida for fastest job growth, recently luring Hertz to relocate their world headquarters from New Jersey because of its diverse community appeal, work force availability, accessibility, and favorable corporate tax environment.
A strong education system in Southwest Florida exists with multiple higher learning institutions, strong public and private school systems, and several technical vocational schools. Lee County has implemented a School Choice program that divides the district into three zones and WildBlue lies within the highest-rated South Zone. Universities and colleges include Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), Florida Southwestern State College (FSW), Hodges, Keiser, and Nova Universities, Ave Maria University, Rasmussen College, and Southern Technical College.