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Day to day life on an active construction site can have its challenges, but Antilles’ homeowners have developed a special set of coping mechanisms to live in harmony with their environment – and still have fun. They came here for everything that is better about the Southwest Florida lifestyle and stayed for the value, the permanence and the community. Last season’s Phase 1 homeowners moved in while the worst of Covid era materials shortages were still national news. They worked it out, found common ground and along the way formed friendships around shared interests. Their bonds continue to animate the good life in Antilles.
The Pickleball Racketeers has grown into a select group of homeowners who play daily, one medaled in his division at the Naples U.S. Open in April. Though not the community’s largest fan club, it is certainly growing and hospitable to new and less skilled players. A spectacular version of nighttime games was introduced to Naples at Antilles last year. Tagged as Dazzleball by its developer, it is pickleball played in the dark using neon trimmed equipment, fittings and accessories, that explode into phosphorescent high relief neon colors when illuminated under blacklight. It was noted in the U.S.A. Pickleball Association Magazine’s November 2021 edition and will return to its home courts at Antilles soon.
The ancient and traditional lawn game of Bocce is as sociable as it…