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Furnished Corporate Housing in Fort Myers, FL

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Fort Myers Florida

Fort Myers is a fast growing city regarded as the gateway to Florida. Known mainly as a tourist destination thanks to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and Everglades, it is a thriving little city of around 80,000 people. Located south of Tampa and west of Palm Beach and next to Cape Coral to the west, it’s an idyllic area at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River.

As the name suggests, Fort Myers began life as a military outpost and was named after Colonel Abraham Myers. There is no dominant industry here, it’s a mix of small town industries, tourism and commutes to other cities. It’s a nice mix of local and distant employment that keeps the town low key but prosperous.

Corporate rentals in Fort Myers are mainly furnished apartments in high quality developments. Thanks to the climate, most are within private tropical settings close to the town center or beach. All will be fully furnished and equipped with everything you’ll need.

Employment in Fort Myers

Fort Myers has a small but steady economic base around small industries and tourism. Many locals commute while others service the many smaller businesses that make this city an energetic place to live.

Employers in Fort Myers include Lee Health, Publix Super Market, NCH Healthcare System, Walmart Supercenter, Florida Gulf Coast University, Bayfront Health, Arthrex, Inc., McDonald’s, Winn-Dixie, US Sugar, Palm Automotive, Home Depot, Florida SouthWestern State College, Gartner, Inc., Walgreens, Target and Chico’s Fas Inc.

Medical centers in Fort Myers include Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida, Inc., Bonett Medical Center Corp, MedExpress Urgent Care and Gulf Coast Medical Center.

Getting around Fort Myers

Most flights land at Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). The airport handles most domestic flights while those coming from further afield will likely fly into Tampa or Miami and drive.

There is no direct rail link into Fort Myers. The nearest is in Tampa. Greyhound runs out of Miami and does not pass through Fort Myers.

The Key West Express runs a ferry service from Fort Myers Beach to Key West, which takes 3.5 hours each way.

Arriving by road will likely have you at I-75 which joins Miami to Tampa along the west coast of Florida. Local traffic is handled by Highway 41 and commuter routes.

Living in Fort Myers

As a tourist destination, Fort Myers has a very relaxed vibe. With the beach and the ocean playing a large part in local life, it’s hard to take life too seriously here.

Neighborhoods in Fort Myers include Reflection Isles, Reflection Key, Reflection Lakes, Carillon Woods, Hendry Creek, Heritage Cove, Heritage Farms, Casa Del Lago, Catalina Isles, Cedarbend, Challenger Blvd, Chateau Le Beau, Reserve at Estero, Riva Del Lago, River Grove Estates, Lago Del Sol, Laurel Oaks, Legends, Leisure Estates, Lindsford, Loma Linda, Riverside Park, Royal Palm Village, Alico Rd/Lee Rd, Arborwood, Argyle, Atrium, Banyan Bay, Beachwalk Isles, Belle Lago, Belle Meade, Belle Vue, Bell Tower Park, Blackhawk, Bonita Farms, Botanica Lakes, Bowling Green, Briarcliff and Briar Ridge Circle.

Highlights of Fort Myers include Butterfly Estates, Edison and Ford Winter Estates, Minnesota Twins Spring Training, Boston Red Sox Spring Training, Florida Everblades, Sanibel Lighthouse, Matanzas Pass Preserve, Fort Myers’ Music Walk, Sky Zone Fort Myers and Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles.

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