See larger Guillermo Javier, left, and Fermin Frias, employees of CMC Rebar Florida, transfer rebar from a truck to the construction site at Naples Bay Resort on the Gordon River in Naples on Tuesday. The Naples Bay Resort Collection, as it’s known, encompasses three locations: 15 acres adjacent to the entrance to Royal Harbor and home to 106 cottages, which are complete, as well as the 15,000-square-foot Club at Naples Bay Resort. The former Boat Haven will be home to an 85-room boutique hotel, 30 luxury residences and 98 boat slips that will be completed next year. Grand Central Station, now called Renaissance Village, is also part of the project which is entering the final phase of demolition.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Guillermo Javier, left, and Fermin Frias, employees of CMC Rebar Florida, transfer rebar from a truck to the construction site at Naples Bay Resort on the Gordon River in Naples on Tuesday. The Naples Bay Resort Collection, as it’s known, encompasses three locations: 15 acres adjacent to the entrance to Royal Harbor and home to 106 cottages, which are complete, as well as the 15,000-square-foot Club at Naples Bay Resort. The former Boat Haven will be home to an 85-room boutique hotel, 30 luxury residences and 98 boat slips that will be completed next year. Grand Central Station, now called Renaissance Village, is also part of the project which is entering the final phase of demolition.

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