Is Cape Coral a retirement area?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

With an average temperature of 80 degrees and easy access to many of the fine beaches in the area, apartments in Cape Coral are quite desirable. You can find rentals in many areas of the city, which is split into four different sections: northeast, southeast, northwest and southwest. The dividing line for the north/south area is Hancock Bridge Parkway and the one for the east/west section is Santa Barbara Boulevard. Just this little bit of knowledge can help you navigate the city like a native. Since there are so many canals in town, it can be a bit of a challenge to get around until you know the streets a bit.

Cape Coral has traditionally been known as a retirement community, but the average age has begun to drop as the city demographics change to reflect the influx of younger people to the area. This area has continued to be a popular place to live over the years, partly for its amenities and also for its convenient location. The Florida sunshine and good temperatures ensure that being outside is something that you can enjoy most days of the year. If you are searching for a good community in southern Florida, check out Cape Coral as a possibility.

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