ESTERO, Fla. Developers with the Estero Crossing Community met with their potential neighbors Thursday to discuss compromise.
Stock Development, a Naples-based company, agreed to build 350 apartments instead of the original 455 in response to criticism about the size of the project from residents of the adjacent Corkscrew Woodlands community. Stock is also planning a frontage road and a light at the entrance of the Lowe’s store by Corkscrew Woodlands.
Stock Development is presenting the project to the Estero Planning and Zoning Board on Tuesday.