History of Naples Cay
Imagine what Naples Cay must have been like in the mid 1980s. A few lonely Australian pines and nothing but white sandy beach along blue-green waters as far as the eye could see. Tall coconut palms swayed in the breeze, as one of the world's most beautiful sunsets slowly faded away.
Enter Equity Sound Development Group, Naples Cay's first development team, whose vision was perfectly clear. This would be the ideal location to build one of Naples most unique beachfront communities. A place where residents could live a relaxed, tranquil lifestyle...close to the very best things in Naples, yet a world away, in a very tropical setting.
The onsite sales office opened its doors in December 1985, welcoming those seeking the charm and intimacy of this unique enclave. Westshore was the first building to receive its Certificate of Occupancy in July of 1988, paving the way for The Club, which received its Certificate of Occupancy in April of 1990, followed by the Beach House in November 1990, and finally Seapoint in 1991.
Resort Development acquired the interests from Equity Sound Development, and in 1996 Baypointe was the largest gem added to the Naples Cay crown. Resort Development later sold the remaining parcel to WCI, and the final building was completed. The Seasons received its Certificate of Occupancy in 2002. This luxury high-rise is home to only 43 residences and boasts floor plans ranging in size from 4,700 square feet to 11,000 square feet.
With the addition of The Seasons, Naples Cay now comprises a total of 296 units. Enhanced lighting, lush landscaping, two new tennis courts and a larger gatehouse provide the perfect finishing touches.