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Cape Coral

Discover one of Florida's hidden treasures

  • Tropical
  • Beaches
  • Coast
  • Parks
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • History

Overlooking the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River as it flows into the Gulf of Mexico, Cape Coral offers residents a beautiful climate year-round, amazing beaches, and the best of South Florida’s tropical lifestyle. Thanks to the beautiful weather, there are endless opportunities to spend time outdoors, from exploring the nearby forests to deep-sea fishing on the Gulf to lounging on the white sands of nearby Sanibel Island. Folks who enjoy an active lifestyle will love Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, one of the largest preserved green spaces in the area offering a walking trail and kayak rentals.

Renting an apartment in Cape Coral also puts a wealth of cultural activities and events at your fingertips. Be sure to visit the Cape Coral Historical Society Museum, which offers a unique collection of historical treasure that will give you a glimpse of the area’s past. Other great destinations include the Cultural Park Theatre Company, the Railroad Museum, Bob Rauschenberg Gallery, and Vavrina Art Gallery.

Rent Trends

As of June 2018, the average apartment rent in Cape Coral, FL is $988 for one bedroom, $1,173 for two bedrooms, and $1,146 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Cape Coral has increased by 0.5% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
1 BR 726 $988
2 BR 1,077 $1,173
3 BR 1,281 $1,146


38 Walk Score® Car-Dependent

Living in Cape Coral

  • Restaurants

    Residents can choose from both locally owned restaurants and more popular national chains. With being so close to the water, many restaurants offer picnic-style to-go meals that can be taken to the beach for an afternoon picnic or romantic balcony dining overlooking the waters of the Gulf. Some of the more popular restaurants in the Cape Coral area include Iguana Mia, Anthony’s on the Boulevard, Brew Babies Garden Bistro and Rib City.

  • Shopping

    The Cape Coral area offers residents a variety of boutique stores and shopping malls to go shopping at. Many of these shopping venues are located in Cape Coral, while others are just a short drive just over the bridge in Ft. Myers. Some local shopping options include the Edison Mall, Tanger Factory Outlet Stores, Cape Harbor, and Gulf Coast Town Center.


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