Price:    $1,390,000.00

Tear down the buildings and build your new project!

Location:    3130 SW Pine Island Road, Cape Coral, FL 33991 Lee County

Zoning:     Corridor District (City Zoning)

Utilities:    Water (Pine Island Water), Septic Tank, Electric, Telephone, Cable

Land Size:   The size of the two parcels combined is 168.65 feet fronting on Pine Island Road and the depth of the two combined parcels is approximately 1,305.       Feet, totaling approximately 220,088 square feet of prime land.


  •  The 5 +/- acres includes two parcels.
  •  The front parcel is approximately 2.4 acres of land with three buildings on it.  Formerly, it was a gas station, the buildings include a vacant convenience store, a non-operating car wash and a 7-bay repair garage (currently rented at $2,000./month).  Front parcel ID:  20-44-23-C1-00008.00
  •  The rear parcel is approximately 2.6 acres and it is vacant land with no structures on it.  Rear parcel ID: 20-44-23-C1-00008.0010.

For Sale:  

Prime 5 +/- Acres in Cape Coral, at the intersection of Pine Island Road/CR 78 and Burnt Store Road/Veterans Memorial Parkway.  Only steps from Pine Island and the Gulf of Mexico.  Many projects have already been built such as:  Publix, McDonald’s, Costco, Culver Restaurant, etc.  Many other projects have already been approved and are ready to break ground, such as:  Wal-Mart Supercenter, Rockers Lockers with Hertz Penske Truck Rentals, high-end RV Park and Resort, etc.

Among the many forthcoming projects, the City of Cape Coral is presently studying to build a beach off of old Burnt Store Road.

The two plats of land are located in the fourth fastest growing city in the United States. Cape Coral is the largest City between Tampa and Miami with approximately a population of 160,000 and growing.  The land is just a few steps from beautiful and tranquil Pine Island. A beautiful place, that provides a glimpse of old and quaint Florida.  This property/land is the perfect location for a variety of businesses, and is located in Cape Coral, Lee County, right on SW Pine Island Road just steps east of the intersection with Veterans Memorial Parkway/Burnt Store Road, a four-lane highway. Only five miles west of the central business district of the City and ten miles north of Ft. Myers. The property to the east of the subject is a residential golf community. One block to the west, the newer extension of Veterans Memorial Parkway, creating a lot of traffic. Yet, only blocks from Pine Island, an untouched Florida paradise.

The parcels are Zoned Commercial (Corridor District) with multiple uses such as:  retail, fast food, restaurant, automotive, gas station, motel, assisted living facilities, warehouse, storage units, office space, etc. 

  • Prime location, only steps away from Pine Island and the Gulf of Mexico.  Surrounded by gated community, new commercial projects and new housing popping-up all around.
  • Super Wal-Mart will open soon. Sam’s Club has opened. Culvert’s Restaurant and many other new businesses and projects to come
  • Utilities available:  Power, Septic, Telephone and Cable.

The gas station and convince store are no longer in operation.  The parcels are located on a busy main thoroughfare, only one-block east from Veterans Memorial Parkway in a prime coastal area. This busy area is surrounded by a golf course community and an up-and-coming business district, in the process of being developed. This parcel will be great for retail, bank, restaurants, assisted living facilities, fast food operations, warehouses, offices, motel, automotive, plant nursery, neighborhood storage facility, place of worship, mini-warehouses, night clubs, flea market, landscaping services, etc.

Very unique and great opportunity with flexible uses, located in a very “hot” area with all sorts of new developments, new highways with approved and forthcoming projects. The value is in the land.  Pine Island Road is the commercial corridor East-West that passes through the heart of a fast growing region of Lee County. Cape Coral is experiencing a boom in construction, both residential and commercial with new businesses moving within this corridor that includes different districts with a mix of commercial mix use/residential/light industrial and serves as compact urban centers for shopping, entertainment and employment opportunities.


You’ve come to the right place. Cape Coral—the largest city in Southwest Florida—offers an ideal business environment and a competitive cost of living that go hand-in-hand with a high-quality, tropical lifestyle. Cape Coral is the fourth fastest growing city in the United States and is attracting record investment in land acquisitions and new structures.

The city has about 8,000 businesses, including industrial and white-collar businesses serving global customers. More than half of Cape Coral's population is age 45 or younger, and residents under 25 outnumber those over 65. The Cape's youthful demographics add vitality to its workforce and help fuel the city's dynamic economy.

Ranked among the best places to live in Florida, Cape Coral is an opportune city to thrive both personally and professionally. In recent years, its tremendous growth has placed it as a top contender for corporate relocation and business expansions for companies worldwide.

Nearly three-fourths of Florida's population is within 150 miles of the Cape. Interstate highways connect Cape Coral to Tampa and Orlando to the north, and Miami and Fort Lauderdale to the east. Businesses in the Cape are only a few highway hours from international ports on both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.

Nearly 75 percent of Florida's population is within 160 miles of Cape Coral. The region’s award-winning Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) is within 15 miles, and the Page Field Aviation Center and Punta Gorda Airport are in close proximity.

The city is within 10 miles of Interstate 75 for connecting northward to Tampa and on to the Midwestern states, and southeastward to Miami/Fort Lauderdale U.S. Route 41, a main thoroughfare, runs from Miami to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan connecting to the city of Cape Coral.

At 120 square miles, Cape Coral is the third largest city in Florida by land mass. With a regional population of about 1.2 million, Southwest Florida is steadily gaining as a significant contributory market, which makes Cape Coral poised to be a driver for the region’s economic growth.

Cape Coral is one of the largest master-planned communities in the nation with modern infrastructure systems in place. Cape Coral is well-served with the essential utilities, roads and telecommunications resources that are necessary to support growth. Traffic flows easily on the local established roadways and extensive broadband and fiber optics provide an easy global reach.