City Gate Commerce Center Uses

City Gate Commerce Center, located in Naples, Florida, contains 288 acres zoned for 2,950,000 square feet of commercial, light industry, office, warehouse and distribution uses.

The center is zoned for the following uses:

  • Commerical
  • Light Industrial
  • Office
  • Transportation and Distribution


Current Commercial owners within City Gate include:

  • City Gate Shell gas station
  • City Gate Car Wash
  • Marriott Spring Hill Suites Hotel
  • Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites Hotel
  • GE Capital
  • Capital Bank

Light Industrial

City Gate’s easy access to I-75 and flexibility of lot sizes provide excellent opportunities for a variety of light industrial uses such as:

  • Manufacturing
  • Warehousing
  • Research and Technology


City Gate’s zoning provides for business, professional, and medical office.

Transportation and Distribution

With its location nearly equidistant between Miami\Ft. Lauderdale on the east coast of Florida and Tampa on the west coast of Florida, City Gate Commerce Center provides a unique opportunity for transportation and distribution of goods through a variety of means, including roadways, airports and shipping.

Road Networks

City Gate Commerce Center is adjacent to I-75 and therefore U.S. interstate highways provide direct access to all major markets in Florida. Interstate 75 extends from Canada to Naples, before turning to the East Coast and connecting with the Florida Turnpike and I-95.

I-75 North/South towards Tampa
I-75 East to Fort Lauderdale\Miami with connectors to I-95
U.S. 41 North/South, then east to Miami

Driving Distances from Naples:

  • Naples to Miami – 104 miles
  • Naples to Orlando – 166 miles
  • Naples to Gainesville – 289 miles
  • Naples to Jacksonville – 291 miles
  • Naples to Tallahassee – 335 miles

International Airports

City Gate Commerce Center is uniquely situated to provide easy access to 4 international airports, providing passenger and cargo services throughout the nation and the world:

  • Miami International Airport (MIA): City Gate Commerce Center is approximately 107 miles and less than a two hour drive to the Miami International Airport (MIA). MIA is one of the busiest international airports in the United States. Rankings from 2008 list it as the 3rd busiest freight and cargo airport in the nation.
  • Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL): City Gate Commerce Center is approximately 99 miles and only a 1.5 hour drive to the Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). FLL provides quick and convenient passenger access to destinations all over the world.
  • Tampa International Airport (TPA): City Gate Commerce Center is approximately 167 miles and only a 2.5 hour drive to the Tampa International Airport (TPA).
  • Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW): City Gate Commerce Center is approximately 33 miles and only a half hour drive to the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). Southwest Florida International Airport served more than 7.4 million passengers in 2009 and is one of the top 50 U.S. airports for passenger traffic.

Deepwater Shipping Ports

City Gate Commerce Center is situated halfway between some of the busiest shipping ports in the County, providing quick access to worldwide distribution of goods.

  • The Port of Miami is Florida’s No. 1 container port and recognized throughout the world with the dual distinction of being the Cruise Capital of the World and the Cargo Gateway of the Americas. Cargo destined for more than 100 countries and 250 ports around the world flow through the Port of Miami. In 2007, imports totaled some 4.37 million tons and exports were 3.46 million tons, totaling 7.84 million annual tons.
  • Port Everglades has rapidly established itself as Florida leading seaport for containerized cargo. It’s the epicenter of a region that thrives on trade and tourism. It’s the perfect hub and point of entry for companies that conduct business in Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Far East. The more than 6 million tons of containerized cargo that move through Port Everglades annually have it ranked as the 11th leading container port in the U.S. and first in Florida, now serving more than 150 ports and 70 countries.
  • Port of Tampa
    • Florida’s largest cargo tonnage port
    • Huge local market – 8 million people within 100 miles
    • Largest port in area in Florida and one of the nation’s largest – 5,000 acres
    • One of the nation’s most diversified ports
    • Expanding container gateway to Florida and the southeast
    • Major cruise home port
    • Petroleum & energy gateway for west/central Florida
    • One of the world’s premier fertilizer ports
    • One of the top shipbuilding and repair centers in the southeast
    • Economic impact of $15.1 billion and 80 thousand jobs

City Gate Access Options

  • Road Network
  • Airports
    • Miami International Airport (MIA)
    • Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
    • Tampa International Airport (TPA)
    • Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)
  • Deepwater Shipping Ports:
    • Port of Miami
    • Port of Everglades
    • Port of Tampa