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Construction of McMansions continues in Old Naples

Old Naples is continuing to see the construction of large homes, such as this new home along Gulfshore Blvd. South, which is more that 30,000 square feet in size. Sales in this area seem to now be more active than Port Royal according to developer Jack McCabe. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News

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Old Naples is continuing to see the construction of large homes, such as this new home along Gulfshore Blvd. South, which is more that 30,000 square feet in size. Sales in this area seem to now be more active than Port Royal according to developer Jack McCabe. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News

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  • Construction workers are seen all around this new 30,000 square foot home which is located on Gulf Shore Blvd. South. Sales in Old Naples may now be more active than in Port Royal according to developer Jack McCabe. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News.
  • Old Naples is continuing to see the construction of large homes, such as this new home along Gulfshore Blvd. South, which is more that 30,000 square feet in size. Sales in this area seem to now be more active than Port Royal according to developer Jack McCabe. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News
  • Old Naples is continuing to see the construction of large homes, such as this new home along Gulfshore Blvd. South, which is more that 30,000 square feet in size. Sales in this area seem to now be more active than Port Royal according to developer Jack McCabe. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News

Despite the downturn in the economy and real estate markets in Southwest Florida, not everyone is apparently in the financial doldrums. new McMansions continue to pop up in Old Naples.

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