North Port FL , Florida’s 4th fastest growing city and 4th largest in land area, is located just south of Venice Florida and north of Fort Myers. This thriving young community has the amenities and assets that make it an attractive location for new business, industrial, office development and quality city living, including quality public schools, outstanding parks and recreation facilities, beautiful golf courses, and a state-of-the-art performing arts center complemented by tree-lined streets, sidewalks and canals that meander through the City’s neighborhoods. Over the past ten years North Port Florida has experienced a steady increase in population and in July of 2008, became the largest city in Sarasota County Florida. Impact fees, utility and land costs in North Port are among the lowest in southwest Florida. A young, skilled workforce and opportunities for additional training and education through local colleges and universities such as Manatee Community College and the University of South Florida add to North Port FL’s appeal as a great location to do business. There are many real estate opportunities in North Port FL including North Port FL Homes, North Port FL Condominiums, North Port FL Waterfront Properties, North Port FL Golf Course Homes, North Port FL Golf & Country Club communities, North Port FL Short Sales, North Port FL Foreclosures, North Port FL Vacant Land and Lots.
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