Immokalee Plaza is a 98,459 square foot community shopping center located in Immokalee, Florida. It sits at the NW corner of the intersection of State Road 29 and Lake Trafford Road. The location has excellent accessibility, four ingress and egress points, plenty of parking, and unparalleled visibility.
Immokalee is Collier county’s largest non-coastal community. It has long been associated with sprawling cattle ranches and a thriving agricultural economy. The region was originally occupied by the Calusa Indians. Centuries later the Seminoles set up temporary camps on the high prairie land during their seasonal hunting expeditions and eventually made Immokalee a permanent home.
Today, Immokalee’s Regional Airport is a Foreign Trade Zone which maintains port-of-entry status for flights originating from foreign ports. The airport has a 13,000 square foot Manufacturing Technology Center with plans for another facility to be built within the Foreign Trade Zone area. Immokalee is renowned within the agriculture industry for supplying the country with citrus, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon and a variety of specialty items. Due to its temperate location, Immokalee is able to sustain farming and economic activity 12 months a year.
Property Type: Properties for Lease
Available Sq Ft: 1,600-20,000
Monthly Lease Rate: $7-$16 psf NNN
Immokalee Plaza is a 98,459 square foot community shopping center located in Immokalee, Florida. It sits at the NW corner of the intersection of State Road 29 and Lake Trafford Road.
2015 Estimated Population of 31,152
2015 Average Household Income $33,236
2015 DOT Traffic Counts 14,850