The Mark On 8th
201 8TH ST S. | NAPLES FLORIDA
Naples Redevelopment is proud to introduce one of the finest downtown luxury condominiums Naples has to offer. Settled in the heart of Olde Naples, The Mark is steps to 5th Avenue's fine boutiques, cafes and restaurants and beautiful sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.
The Mark on 8th boasts 24 luxury, contemporary condominiums designed by Naples’ locally renowned architecture firm MHK, with modern contemporary interiors designed by Charles Design Studio. Floor plans range from 1,500sf to 3,300sf, with each residence providing an open floor plan, expansive windows that give view to generous outdoor terraces, and professionally designed kitchens styled by Marcus Jelley.
"The Madison" Living Area
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PRINCIPAL | ADAM SMITH
Adam has over 30 years of development and construction experience, creating over 300 homes across the region, from South Naples to Bonita Springs. Over the last decade, Naples ReDevelopment has centered much of its focus in the Olde Naples and Downtown Naples Design Districts. Adam’s keen eye for real estate opportunities using a more innovative approach led to various residential, commercial and restaurant developments.
Naples Redevelopment Through The Years
Over the last decade, Naples ReDevelopment has centered much of its focus in the Olde Naples and Downtown Naples Design Districts. Adam’s keen eye for real estate opportunities using a more innovative approach led to the emergence of the Row House concept in Naples, with Naples ReDevelopment developing the first of their kind with the Gables Development on 6th Street, followed by Jumby Bay. Thereafter, Naples ReDevelopment continued to expand its reach in the residential community with speculative home developments in Port Royal and Olde Naples.
Following the success of their former restaurant, The Bevy, they have since developed their second restaurant Lake Park Diner, in partnership with the Paul Fleming Restaurant Group. Other commercial properties include the modern design of the 610 Building, currently occupied by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation; the contemporary 41|10 Design Park on the intersection of US 41 and 1st Avenue N; and the now Kravets and Daltile properties, located on 1st Street South.