It's Your Business: Old Navy out at Coconut Point mall

Aerial view of the Coconut Point Mall in Estero.

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Aerial view of the Coconut Point Mall in Estero.

Dave Osborn

Dave Osborn

No more trendy cargo shorts, $10 polo shirts and giant “gumball” machine filled with 25-cent superballs.

Old Navy has closed at Coconut Point mall in Estero but the store at Coastland Center in Naples is still open.

Officials at Gap Inc.’s corporate offices in San Francisco were unavailable for comment Monday. Gap Inc. is the parent company of Old Navy.

Gas prices fall 5 cents per gallon

Gasoline prices in Southwest Florida continue to fall.

Prices decreased by 5.4 cents per gallon, averaging $3.69 Sunday, according to the website gasbuddy.com. The website links to various local sites including NaplesGasPrices.com.

The national average last week was $3.49 per gallon.

In Collier County, the station charging the highest in the last few days — $3.89 — was the Chevron at Courthouse Shadows shopping plaza along U.S. 41 East. Among the cheapest was $3.61 at the RaceTrac along Pine Ridge Road, just west of Interstate 75.

In south Lee County, prices varied from $3.61 at the Sunoco on the northwest corner of U.S. 41 and Bonita Beach Road to $3.92 at the Shell in VillageWalk in Bonita Springs.

London Bay Homes launches website

London Bay Homes, with an office in Naples, has relaunched its website.

LondonBay.com provides interactive, detailed information about the company’s communities, available homes and pricing, customization options and special incentives.

The website’s home page features a mosaic of black-and-white photos and links to communities and homes. Pull-down menus provide multiple destinations with ready navigation back to the original page.

The redesigned LondonBay.com was spearheaded by the Bokka Group, a Denver firm specializing in digital marketing and communications strategies for top builders.

Information: 866-918-3354 and www.LondonBay.com

Bonita Springs restaurant has new name

Futuro’s restaurant, 4185 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, has new owners and a new name.

In March, customers submitted suggestions for a new name. After receiving more than 180 suggestions, Marty Burke of Lexington, Ky., came up with the winning name, Happy Hour Grille.

New owners Rick and Deane Borgeson and Casey and Kyle Ramser will host a happy hour May 19 to launch the new name and thank everyone for a successful first year in business.

Information: 239-948-9500 and www.happyhourgrille.com

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