We set the strategic plan and manage the projects from conception through completion while addressing the diverse interests and viewpoints of the many public and private stakeholders along the way. The final product is conceived, created, and delivered through their guidance, including design, construction, budget, marketing, and sales. Read More
Our design team, in collaboration with experienced architects and interior designers helps envision the architectural and interior concept for each development. We study innovative designs and products from around the globe and incorporates them into our projects. Every detail is scrutinized, from floor plans to the interior finishes. Read More
Pix Development Group creates real estate for those who value impeccable design, superior craftsmanship, and the finest appointments. Each and every one of our developments embodies the true definition of quality, from customized finishes and thoughtful floor plans to the elevated offerings of the amenity programming. Read More
- Southwest Florida is located along the “west coast” of Florida. The region borders the Gulf of Mexico, with Tampa Bay to the north and the Everglades to the east. The region is known for its white sandy beaches, tropical landscape, and winter resort havens.
- Lee County is the fastest-growing county in Southwest Florida. Over the past year the population has grown by 2.08%. Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, and Fort Myers made the list of the biggest “boomtowns” in the nation. This region is business-friendly and provides a high quality of life that’s easy on the pocketbook.
- The real estate market is thriving. According to Florida Realtors, single-family home sales are up nearly 27% across the entire state, while median sales prices are up by 15.6% in the past year.The demand for existing single-family homes has risen.
- Cape Coral was recently ranked by Forbes as the 3rd-best place for jobs in the U.S. Median household income has grown by 4.08% over the past year.
- U.S. News & World Report ranks Fort Myers – the largest city in Southwest Florida – as the 2nd best place to retire and 58th best place to live in the U.S.
- Attractive Renters’ Market. College towns such as Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres are attractive to students looking for affordable housing. Younger generation is relocating for the career opportunities found in Southwest Florida. Annual rent increase: 3%