Fort Myers land, part of former Amazon site, sells for $30M

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A 70-acre swath of Fort Myers land that had been under contract to become an Amazon warehouse and distribution facility instead sold to another buyer who is planning a 700-unit rental community.  

PSPR Forum LLC, which is owned by the Miami-based Wolfson Development, paid $30 million for the acreage fronting State Road 82, east of Interstate 75 and just east of the Lexington Palms apartment complex. PSPR Forum LLC bought the land from C-HACK LLC, a Fort Myers-based group of landowners led by the Huether family.  

LSI Companies of Fort Myers brokered the deal and will continue brokering the commercial parcels planned for the front of the parcel, said Justin Thibaut, CEO of LSI. C-HACK LLC still owns about 200 acres just east of the recently sold property.

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