Laura Layden | Naples Daily News
A lingering legal dispute isn’t holding up the rural village of Rivergrass.
The planned village is moving ahead in eastern Collier County.
While parts of a legal challenge brought by the Conservancy of Southwest Florida are still pending and headed for trial, construction is expected to start soon on the expansive master-planned community.
The community will be built on roughly 1,000 acres off Oil Well Road, east of Golden Gate Estates – on land once used for farming.
“We anticipate breaking ground on Rivergrass in 2023 and look forward to the first homes being available to residents by the end of 2024,” said Christian Spilker, president and CEO of Collier Enterprises and a partner in The Tarpon Blue Family of Cos.
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