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This site provides information on the Falling Waters North Preserve community at Naples, Florida.

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Introduction to the North Preserve

The Falling Waters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas. 
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10 foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.



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Last updated on Sat 04 Apr 2020 1:00 AM GMT




Rental car parking lot fire near RSW airport leads to county-wide response
Every fire department in Lee County is responding to a fire at RSW off Terminal Access Road.

Total number of coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida
Here's a list of all coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida.

NCH using germ-zapping robots to disinfect hospital
Each robot can completely disinfect all surfaces in a room within a matter of minutes. 

Four teens arrested after crash involving stolen car in Lee County
Four teenagers were arrested after a crash involving a stolen car near Bonita Beach Road Thursday.

List of coronavirus deaths in Southwest Florida
Here's what we know about the cases in Southwest Florida.

Local high school coach using Zoom workouts to keep community active
The workouts are all bodyweight exercises and designed for anyone that doesn’t have a gym to break a sweat.

Coronavirus Fact Check: Avoid these scams to protect yourself
You may be safe at home from contracting coronavirus, but that doesn't mean you're protected from the criminals trying to take advantage of you during this vulnerable time.

Forecast: Dry and sunny for Saturday
Our stretch of dry and sunny weather continues for the start of the weekend before more humidity returns by Sunday.

Career Source helping state with unemployment issues
Career Source hopes to get 50 staff members trained to help people who have forgotten their PIN numbers to reset them.

Traffic Alerts: April 3
Your traffic alerts for April 3.

Lee Health making plans for alternative healthcare sites during coronavirus pandemic
The CEO Dr. Larry Antonucci said they are doing this for “if and when they become necessary.”

Immokalee workers plea for coronavirus funding, response
As of Friday afternoon, only one person has tested positive for coronavirus in Immokalee.

Collier County funeral homes adapt to changes due to coronavirus
People working in the business said it's been hard to comfort those who lost a loved one, but they know this will help slow the spread of the virus. 

Filing for unemployment becomes harder for Florida residents
Thousands of people across Florida have been laid off. Now, when they need it the most, filing for unemployment seems to be impossible.

Charlotte County libraries offer books 'to-go' with curbside pickup
More than 2,000 people have already picked up books across Charlotte County's four library locations. 

Many face lifestyle change as stay-at-home order takes effect
“We can’t go out and socialize the way we used to, but you know if we do our part for the next couple of months, things will get back to normal,” he said.

NBC2 Weather School: The Solar Eclipse
Join NBC2 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Allyson Rae as explains how the solar eclipse occurs

Firefighter with coronavirus gets surprise visit from crew members
A firefighter that was recently hospitalized with coronavirus got a surprise from crew members.

Truck stolen from auto repair shop
Deputies are asking anyone with any information regarding the theft to contact the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office at 941-639-0013 or to submit an anonymous tip via their free mobile app. 

Anyone arrested for violating isolation orders will be held without bond
Anyone arrested for violating isolation or quarantine orders issued by the Florida Department of Health will be held without bond, according to the Supreme Court of Florida. 

Member of popular Naples golf course tests positive for coronavirus
During the month of March, the member played golf on the 15th, 17th, 19th and 20th. The person also visited the Golf Shop on March 10, 17, and 23.

Courtroom argument for Supreme Court canceled for rest of the term
The Supreme Court said it will decide all the cases docketed for the term based on the written briefs.

USPS uses plastic to protect workers
The United States Postal Service installed plastic shields in their Fort Myers locations to protect their workers.

Story2Share: Cure the “stay-at-home blues”
NBC2 reporter Sean Martinelli challenges you to reach out to someone you haven’t talked to in a while and send in a video of your conversation.

Teen arrested after stealing running car in Immokalee
According to the Collier County Sheriff's Office, Javier Hernandez was arrested after leading deputies on a chase. 

A black bear enjoys an empty downtown as people social distance
An adventurous black bear was taking advantage of quiet and empty downtown streets and took the rare opportunity to explore without being bothered by pesky humans.

Resident at assisted living facility in Fort Myers dies from coronavirus
A resident at an assisted living facility in Fort Myers died after testing positive for coronavirus. 

Man arrested for shooting at Babe's Nightclub in Fort Myers
Jonathan Reid, 30, was arrested Friday by the U.S. Marshal's Task Force. 

Former F1 owner Bernie Ecclestone to be a father at 89
Ecclestone will turn 90 in October, but insists that his age isn't an issue. 

NBC2 Weather School: Science of Sea Breeze
NBC2 First Alert Meteorologist Jason Dunning brings the weather to life to explain how the sea breeze works and why it's so important for Florida's weather pattern.

NBC2 Weather School: How Do Clouds Form?
NBC2 First Alert Meteorologist Jason Dunning takes you up in the air to explain why clouds form and shows you how to make your own clouds at home with help from your parents.

Bill Withers, 'Lean on Me" singer, dies at 81
According to NBC News, he passed away from heart complications on Monday. 

NBC2 Weather School: Flooding Explained
Join NBC2 First Alert Meteorologist Pat Cavlin, as he explains one of the most dangerous weather occurrences, flooding!

Sixth consecutive male giraffe born at Brevard Zoo
Masai giraffes are an endangered species due to rapid habitat loss and poaching.

By the numbers: More men are catching COVID-19
Preliminary data suggest more men are getting COVID-19 than women.

Lee Health workers share second TikTok video to promote staying at home
In the video, three Lee Health employees dance to The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights."

Hand-washing stations placed in Immokalee to help fight coronavirus
Hand-washing stations have been placed around Immokalee to help fight coronavirus. 

News 2 Use: April 3
All the news you need to start your Friday.

New York EMT's told not to bring cardiac arrest patients to hospital if no pulse found after CPR
The enclosed space in an ambulance can potentially expose EMT's to COVID-19.

U.S. to not issue passports unless in a 'life-or-death emergency'
In a statement on its website, the State Department asked Americans to not travel internationally at this time because of the pandemic. 

Florida jobless claims rise as does anger from unemployed
People who are now unemployed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak have been struggling to file for financial relief. 

Could Redbox kiosks be carriers for COVID-19?
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, experts recommend washing your hands throughout the day after making contact with people of other surfaces.

Gun range sees uptick in gun sales, training class sign-ups
Many of them just want to feel protected in the event crime breaks out as a result of the ongoing pandemic.

Family of Fort Myers man who died from coronavirus wants to make sure others take the virus seriously
His family wants to make sure others don’t have to experience the same thing they did.

Lee County boat ramp popular spot despite 'stay-at-home' order
The Executive order is impacting people across Southwest Florida, including recreational boaters, who still took to the water Thursday despite the governor urging to stay indoors. 

Infant, 6-year-old test positive for coronavirus in Southwest Florida
An infant and a 6-year-old have tested positive for coronavirus in Charlotte and Collier Counties. 

Disney to furlough some employees to curb economic toll of coronavirus outbreak
The Walt Disney Company will start to furlough employees this month in order to curb the economic toll of the coronavirus outbreak, the company announced in a statement on Thursday.

How Lee County deputies will be enforcing 'stay-at-home' order
The Lee County Sheriff's Office held a press conference Thursday to say they will be patrolling from land, sky, and sea to make sure people are following the rules.

Lee County detectives detail Sievers murder case
She was called a modern-day Mother Teresa who devoted her life to caring for others.

Restaurants allowed to remain open under Governor DeSantis' stay-at-home order
The governor's executive order is not forcing restaurants to close.

Lee County chairman urges people fighting governor's order to 'get with the program'
Lee County Chairman Brian Hamman believes our community will beat COVID-19 and said patience and grace need to return to our lives.

Seasonal residents can still leave Florida under 'stay-at-home' order
Governor Ron DeSantis’ Executive Order mandating people stay home will go into effect at midnight Friday but that doesn’t mean seasonal residents can’t leave.

FGCU's Jewett-Giles reflects on final season
At the end of her senior season, FGCU point guard and Dunbar High School alum Keri Jewett-Giles said she would not be returning to FGCU even with one year of eligibility left.  

More businesses planning to close ahead of 'stay-at-home' order
Thursday is the last day most non-essential businesses were open ahead of Governor Desantis' Executive "Stay Safe At Home" Order, advising tanning salons, retails stores, spas, and more to close for thirty days.

Lee County nurses record TikTok video to share special message
They recorded a video of them dancing to "Push It" by Salt-N-Pepa.


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