Introduction  |  FAQ

Introducing ONE NAPLES

In staying true to our commitment of keeping you informed of significant “in-and-around Vanderbilt Beach” community happenings, we wanted to bring the latest to your attention. It’s probably not a secret to most that there has been a parade of prominent local developers looking at potential mixed-use concepts for much of the land on and contiguous to the northeast corner of Vanderbilt Beach Road and Gulf Shore Drive for several years now.

What typically complicates these types of projects from coming to fruition in short order is that there are usually multiple parcels and associated residents and business owners that need to ultimately come together in order for a developer to proceed in earnest and, that takes time!

Stock Development, has been planning and is now proposing, ONE NAPLES to be developed. With the betterment of the Vanderbilt Beach community as backdrop, Stock has worked diligently for more than a year with area residents and business owners to successfully bring together a sufficient number of contiguous parcels allowing for the space needs of One Naples. We know this first hand as South Bay Realty was one of the first to endorse the projects proposed concept. Besides the aesthetic lift that One Naples will bring to our community, our rational to support was simple—as a more than two decade old Vanderbilt Beach community resident and growth advocate, we are keenly in favor of community endeavors such as this that will clearly promote sustained and, more likely, increased property values.

Our individual dealings with Stock Development and in particular Brian Stock were of the utmost in professionalism and integrity to do right by all involved and impacted by this proposed project. As part of our lengthy discussions, we were very fortunate to have been able to work out a business office transition from current offices to a prominent suite within One Naples should it come to fruition. Without question, this would represent a significant enhancement in South Bay’s continuing efforts to serve its customers and prospects exceedingly well!

The most positive takeaway, is Stock’s complete transparency in laying out its concept and soliciting community feedback—refreshing to say the least in our minds!

We sincerely hope that you find this information to be timely and useful and urge you to give us a call if you’d like to discuss any aspect of the proposed One Naples development.

Frequently Asked Questions

Website:  www.onenaplesliving.com

Q: How tall are surrounding buildings? 

A: The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort is 13 stories. Trieste at Bay Colony is 19 stories over one story of parking. The Remington at Bay Colony is 21 stories over one story of parking. One Naples will be 18 stories over three stories of parking. 

Q: Will public parking be provided? 

A: Yes. The project includes public parking spaces on Vanderbilt Beach Road and Gulf Shore Drive. 

Q: How long will it take to build the project? 

A: The condo tower is expected to take approximately 24 months to build, mid-rise buildings 16 months and the low-rise buildings 12 months. 

Q: Will the marina be public? 

A: The marina will continue to offer fueling facilities and a small marina store accessible to the public. The slips will be private with the exception of transient docking for use of the marina. 

Q: Is there currently enough capacity of Vanderbilt Beach Road? 

A: Yes. Part of Collier County’s annual transportation review includes an analysis of available capacity. Based on the Collier County Transportation’s Annual Update & Inventory Report, there are currently 298 PM peak hour trips available. Based on the project’s current density and schedule of uses, the project is projected to generate 140 PM peak hour trips. 

Q: Will Vanderbilt Beach Road be expanded? 

A: Collier County currently has no plans to expand Vanderbilt Beach Road from U.S. 41 to Gulf Shore Drive. 

Q: Will the roads continue to be public? 

A: In connection with the developer’s application, South Bay Drive, Gulfshore Court and a portion of Center Street are proposed to be vacated and revert to private ownership and maintenance. 

Q: Will any part of the building be public? 

A: The new South Bay Realty office, coffee shop, deli and proposed restaurant will be open to the public. 

Q: What’s next? 

A: One Naples will continue to update its website as more information becomes available.