The Rooms To Go stores in Naples consolidate in a larger showroom –
Rooms to take away plans to consolidate its two Naples furniture stores under one roof when building its new, larger showroom over the next year in the city’s Park Shore neighborhood.
Existing rooms To Go and Rooms To The Go Patio stores, both located on US 41 in the city of Naples, will move to a new showroom in 4067 Ninth Street N.which is also within the city limits about half a mile north of the current main store but on the other side of United States 41. The new location will be built on the large vacant lot between two hotels, hostel of Naples and Marriott’s Residence Inn. Its new showroom should temporarily open in end of 2023.
It will be at least the second time To Go expanded and moved to Naples. Before opening its existing store at 3520 United States 41 N., Rooms To Go operated at 3770 US 41 N., now home to La-Z-Boy. End of 2006, Rooms To Go almost double his space by move this store from Naples to US 41 and Frank Whiteman Blvd. about two blocks from the freeway to the former site of Hodges Funeral Chapel at the corner of US 41 and Ohio Drive.
Expansion of nearly 16,000 square feet at 28,000 square feet in 2006, Rooms To Go on offers store to be built in Naples will total 48.641 square feet. The main parts To The Go store will be nearly 37,000 square feet while its adjoining outdoor furniture store on its southern end will be over 10,000 square feet, depending architectural plans and renderings filed with the city by Naples-based MHK Architecture & Planning.
last November, Redfish III LLC, a Florida-based Rooms affiliate To Go, purchased the 3.86 acres of vacant commercial property at 4067 Ninth St. N. for $11.5 million by Jeffrey S. Hoffman. LandQwest principal founder John Mounce and apartner Jessica McEvoy represented the buyer in the transaction.
This recent sale price was more than double what Rooms To pay in 2007 when he bought 2.6 acres for his current $5.5 million Earl G. Hodges store. Meanwhile, the company is leasing the space for its patio furniture store, which used to be Carls Patio.
Dthe development of his new vacant property was blocked for years a few decades ago because the large commercial land was home to endangered vegetation known as coastal scrub, Naples city officials said. To adjust the environmental problem, the historic owners, the investment group North Trail Land Trust, paid the city thousands of dollars per acre. The city, in turn, used those mitigation funds to help create the Naples Reserve near the Coastland Center mall at US 41 and Fleischmann Boulevard.
In addition to endangered florathe lot housed a highly visible and revenue-generating billboard for many years. After the billboard was damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017, the city ordered it removed.