Regal II
A New Affordable Community
Habitat Collier is changing the face of workforce housing with a thoughtfully designed new community in East Naples

Secluded Location

Beautiful Design

115 Homes

The Homes
  • Habitat Collier’s newest two-story home design
  • Florida Vernacular architectural style
  • Variety of exterior finishes and color schemes
  • Estimated selling prices starting in the low $200s
  • Affordable, no-interest mortgages
  • 105 three-bedroom, two-bath homes
  • 10 four-bedroom, two-bath homes
  • Front porch home design
The Homes
  • Habitat Collier’s newest two-story home design
  • Florida Vernacular architectural style
  • Variety of exterior finishes and color schemes
  • Estimated selling prices starting in the low $200s
  • Affordable, no-interest mortgages
  • 105 three-bedroom, two-bath homes
  • 10 four-bedroom, two-bath homes
  • Front porch home design

Good neighborhoods start with good neighbors

Nearly 6 acres of surrounding preserve ensure the privacy of residents in Regal II as well as that of their neighbors

The neighborhood boasts a low density of 5 units per acre to maintain compatibility with neighboring communities

Good neighborhoods
start with good neighbors

Nearly 6 acres of surrounding preserve ensure the privacy of residents in Regal II as well as that of their neighbors

The neighborhood boasts a low density of 5 units per acre to maintain compatibility with neighboring communities

The Neighborhood
  • 115 single-family homes
  • Homes in center feature rear alley-loaded parking 
  • Considerable green space
  • Designated visitor parking
  • Recreational area with playground
  • Premium landscaping packages
  • HOA maintenance of landscaping
The Neighborhood
  • 115 single-family homes
  • Homes in center feature rear alley-loaded parking 
  • Considerable green space
  • Designated visitor parking
  • Recreational area with playground
  • Premium landscaping packages
  • HOA maintenance of landscaping

Trending: Pocket Neighborhoods

Pocket neighborhoods are one of the latest trends in community design. By grouping neighboring homes around a shared green space, we can create a shared sense of stewardship and foster closer relationships between neighbors.

Regal II will introduce Habitat Collier’s first venture into the trend of pocket neighborhoods. The idea is that the sense of shared space will enhance relationships and offer a stronger sense of accountability and community for all. 

In this more aesthetic design, neighbors can enjoy shared green space with vehicles parked behind homes or in designated parking locations throughout the community. 

Trending: Pocket Neighborhoods

Pocket neighborhoods are one of the latest trends in community design. By grouping neighboring homes around a shared green space, we can create a shared sense of stewardship and foster closer relationships between neighbors.

Regal II will introduce Habitat Collier’s first venture into the trend of pocket neighborhoods. The idea is that the sense of shared space will enhance relationships and offer a stronger sense of accountability and community for all.

In this more aesthetic design, neighbors can enjoy a shared space with vehicles parked behind homes or in designated parking locations throughout the community.
The Location
  • 23 Acres in East Naples
  • Private entrance through Habitat’s Regal Acres neighborhood
  • 5.62 acres of preserve acts as a privacy buffer
  • Nearby dining and shopping
  • Close to schools and local parks
  • Convenient to many local workplaces
The Location
  • 23 Acres in East Naples
  • Private entrance through Habitat’s Regal Acres neighborhood
  • 5.62 acres of preserve acts as a privacy buffer
  • Close to schools and local parks
  • Nearby dining and shopping
  • Convenient to many local workplaces

Neighbors You’ll Love

As with all Habitat homes, Regal II homeowners will undergo a thorough approval and vetting process prior to purchase. Families are selected based on need, ability to repay, and willingness to partner.

Our partner families fill a number of important roles in our community, working for businesses you know and love like Publix, Arthrex, NCH, Collier County Public Schools, The Ritz Carlton, Greenscapes, Crowther Roofing and more. 

Homeowners must be U.S. Citizens or permanent residents, have lived or worked in Collier County for at least one year, are subject to a criminal background check, and are subject to rules established and enforced by the Homeowners Association. Criminal activity by any resident is grounds for termination of the mortgage.

Neighbors You’ll Love

As with all Habitat homes, Regal II homeowners will undergo a thorough approval and vetting process prior to purchase. Families are selected based on need, ability to repay, and willingness to partner.

Our partner families fill a number of important roles in our community, working for businesses you know and love like Publix, Arthrex, NCH, Collier County Public Schools, The Ritz Carlton, Greenscapes, Crowther Roofing and more. 

Homeowners must be U.S. Citizens or permanent residents, have lived or worked in Collier County for at least one year, are subject to a criminal background check, and are subject to rules established and enforced by the Homeowners Association. Criminal activity by any resident is grounds for termination of the mortgage.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will construction begin on Regal II?

Construction for Habitat’s Regal II neighborhood is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2021, with infrastructure planned to begin in June, and home building planned for later that year. Weather, permitting, and other factors may affect the actual timeline. 

Will the additional homes in the area cause an increase in traffic?

The traffic generated by the addition of homes in Regal II will not have a significant impact on surrounding roadways.

In fact, Habitat Collier prepaid fees for this development as part of the 2008 US 41 Developers Consortium to fund intersection improvements at 951 and US 41, six-lane road improvements to Henderson Creek, and four-lane road improvements from Henderson Creek to .25 miles east of Naples Reserve Blvd.

Will the construction of a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood near my neighborhood negatively affect my property value?

No. Habitat hires an independent, third-party appraiser who provides us with a market value of the home. The home is then sold at market value. The difference between affordability and market-rate is preserved through a silent second mortgage. 

 

Do families receive their homes for free?

No. All Habitat homeowners undergo a rigorous approval process and must contribute 500 hours of sweat equity helping to build their homes and the homes of their neighbors. They attend homeownership and budgeting classes and make a downpayment and their first year’s insurance payment before closing. They sign a no-interest mortgage and make affordable monthly payments to purchase their homes over an average term of about 20 years.

Does having Habitat families in my school district negatively affect school ratings?

Absolutely not! In fact, school grades in the area have increased since Habitat began building homes in Naples in the 1990s.

Does Habitat build homes outside of East Naples?

Yes. Habitat for Humanity of Collier County has homes across the county and continues to build in a variety of areas including the Golden Gate Estates, Immokalee, Golden Gate City, Naples Manor, Bayshore, North Naples, and even within the City of Naples.

Will the additional homes have a negative impact on existing water and sewer infrastructure?

No, the existing infrastructure is sufficient for the proposed addition. Habitat Collier constructed the necessary infrastructure to serve the site along Greenway Road during the development of Regal Acres’ first phase nearly 10 years ago.

Where can I see presentation slides from the June 4, 2018 Neighborhood Information Meeting?