New,
by the blue

A new coastal village is coming to Southwest Florida

A woman holding a large, tropical leaf overlooks the calm waters of Estero Bay from the Saltleaf community A woman holding a large, tropical leaf overlooks the calm waters of Estero Bay from the Saltleaf community

Introducing Saltleaf

A new confluence of home and town. One part relaxed, one part refined. Welcome to Saltleaf on Estero Bay, and the exciting opportunities on our horizon.

An aerial photo of Estero Bay showcasing the vast greenery and vibrant life of a mangrove bestrewn landscape

Saltleaf lies on nearly a mile of one of Southwest Florida’s last great stretches of waterfront, and next to our state’s very first aquatic preserve. A hidden gem of centuries-old mangrove forests. Thriving oyster beds, tarpon and manatees. Endlessly people-curious dolphins. And soon, a village designed to live in rare harmony with it all. Where shady trails invite everybody to walk to dinner, the marina, or within the quiet beauty of our nature preserve. And maybe a pop-up concert and mixology class, too. Because at Saltleaf on Estero Bay, everyday life feels vibrant and healthy. Inspiring deeper connections between people and the sea, wild spaces — and each other.

Water + wonder

Walk to the marina, the border of our village. Then, boat to a picnic on Sanibel or Captiva Islands or a café in Naples. Or not. Because besides Saltleaf’s own mix of great food, high-energy fun (and championship golf, of course), you’ll find plenty of ways to spend a day in Bonita Springs, thanks to this friendly town’s sugar-white sand beaches, boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Getting here is easy, with an international airport only 20 minutes away.

A map of the Southwest Florida region in which Saltleaf is located, with its close proximity to the city of Naples and a variety of islands off the Gulf of Mexico A map of the Southwest Florida region in which Saltleaf is located, with its close proximity to the city of Naples and a variety of islands off the Gulf of Mexico

Come home to
The Ritz-Carlton

Cascading architecture is just one way these striking residential towers celebrate their waterfront setting. Every Ritz-Carlton Residence comes with sunset views of Estero Bay. Dinner-for-everybody-sized balconies. And a fresh, natural elegance inspired by the colors and textures of our beautifully diverse habitat. Best of all, legendary Ritz-Carlton service frees your day to follow your heart — to the pool, restaurants, wellness retreat or a private oasis on the lagoon. Starting in the $2 millions. Reservations are now being accepted.

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A woman enjoying a relaxing afternoon with a cool coastal breeze and the soothing sounds of the bay
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A hub of a club

A couple playing a leisurely round of golf on the pristine Raptor Bay course located in Saltleaf

This is no ordinary clubhouse. (And to your family we say, you’re welcome.) At the heart of our village, an innovative, public gathering place will share good things to eat, drink, play and learn. This expanded hub will replace the clubhouse of Raptor Bay Golf Club, which will become the Saltleaf Golf Preserve. Guided by Raymond Floyd Design, we’re completely reimagining this championship course too, adding even more natural beauty and fun playability — including a family-friendly short course.

A photo of specialty cocktails that are perfect for a post eighteen hole conversation at the clubhouse or a friendly gathering over a few tasty beverages
Two friends enjoy each others company while grabbing a bite to eat at the clubhouse in Saltleaf
A photo of a couple raising a glass in the spirit of spending quality time together and sharing stories over a delicious meal
A photo of a comfortable outdoor patio at the clubhouse for friends and families to gather
Looking through the eyes of a golfer as they practice their short game on Raptor Bay's putting green
A photo of a refreshing beverage, waiting for you at the Saltleaf clubhouse after a day on the golf course
A tee box at the stunning Raptor Bay Golf Club that overlooks a water feature and breathtaking natural landscape

Hello,
Saltleaf Marina

Grab your paddleboard, kayak or sport boat. Estero Bay’s historic fish camp is finding new life as a true destination. With boat slips for both Saltleaf residents and the public, this new marina invites everyone to come take a day trip to a nearby island, reel in a hefty red grouper out on the Gulf, or just sit back and relax on a sunset cruise. The marina’s chef-driven restaurant provides yet another option: terrace dining with a side of crisp salt air.

A family takes a cruise on the Estero Bay marina to appreciate the active marine life and soak up the Florida sunshine

Nature’s hold
on Estero Bay

Venture into the breathtaking waters of our estuary-next-door and you’ll see why it’s considered one of Florida’s healthiest. From circling egrets to the redfish they hunt to the thickets of mangrove where they hide, nature is still firmly in charge. The name Saltleaf honors the bay’s mangroves — ancient, fiercely protected trees that filter the estuary’s water, releasing salt onto their leaves in tiny, glistening crystals. Mangroves clean the air, protect our coast, and hold centuries of indigenous history. We’re honored to call Estero Bay home and thoughtfully support its continuing protection.

An aerial photo of the vibrant blue water surrounded by the mangrove forests in Estero Bay
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