Punta Rassa in Fort Myers
Punta Rassa is a unique 194 unit high-rise development that fronts on 800 feet of the waters where the Caloosahatchee River merges with the Gulf of Mexico. The buildings all face the water and have great views of Sanibel Island and fantastic sunsets.
Punta Rassa is located on five acres of land that has a history dating back to 1513 when Ponce De Leon first came ashore at Punta Rassa. Eight years later, the Calusa Indians drove the Spaniards back to Cuba.
The location was named “Punta Rassa” (Spanish for “smooth or flat point” and later corrupted to “Punta Rassa”) by the Spanish Conquistadors in the mid-16th century, who unloaded cattle in the area.
Punta Rassa owners enjoy its many amenities which include a swimming pool, hot tub, tennis/basketball court, and shuffle board. For those owners who are boaters, adjacent to Punta Rassa sit the Sanibel Harbour Yacht Club, with slips that are owned, and a restaurant/bar that is available for Punta Rassa owners.