Park Shore is the furthest northern neighborhood within the City of Naples boundaries. Park Shore has the areas highest concentration of beach high rises. The combined real estate market value of the high rises is in excess of $4 billion.
Homes located on the Venetian Bay within Park shore are the highest value single family homes in the Park Shore neighborhood. But homes not on the Bay command a high prices, due to the areas desired location. The least expensive properties in Park Shore would be a series of Garden apartments located on the eastern edge of Park Shore.
The Moorings is somewhat similar to the Park Shore neighborhood, except the condos and homes are a little order for the most part. The Moorings does not have high rises on the beach. Beach condos pretty much cap off at no more than seven stories and are referred to as mid-rises. As with Park Shore the most expensive properties are located on the beach or the bays. The least expensive are Garden apartments on the eastern edge (near US 41).
Coquina Sands is a smaller neighborhood just north of Olde Naples. There are a few beach condos, non-beach condos and a series of picturesque winding streets with single family homes. Coquina Sands was built mostly in the 1970s.
Olde Naples is one of Naples main non-beach destination spots. With a combination of residential, beach properties and properties on the Naples Bay. Besides being very residential, it is also the Naples area’s center for entertainment and activities. More about Olde Naples.
Port Royal and Aqualane Shores
These neighborhoods are just south of old Naples and are all single family home residential, there is no retail or commercial services in these neighborhoods. These would be some of the Naples area’s most expensive properties, either on the Beach, the Naples Bay or along canals with Gulf access.