Naples’ First Luxury Urban High Rise 


TRIO will soon become Naples’ first luxury urban high-rise, combining elegant condominiums, luxury hotel apartments, world-class amenities, dining options and specialty shoppes. Poised at the entrance to 5th Avenue South and soaring nine stories above downtown Naples, TRIO will offer residents an exclusive living experience in one of 24 contemporary residences built above 48 extended-stay hotel apartments. There is a special place in the Florida sun for everyone at TRIO.

On the ground floor of the tower, TRIO will offer seven commercial locations, including shoppes and restaurants and fitness studio.
Perfectly positioned on the 2nd through 5th floors, the fully-equipped extended-stay luxury hotel apartments –from 1,180 to 1,490 square feet in size – feature full kitchens, modern furnishings and a washer and dryer.

The 24 Residences – located on the 6th to 9th floors – will range from 1,180 sqft to 2,560 sqft in size. They will offer spectacular spaces with a sense of refined elegance, opening seamlessly through floor-to-ceiling windows, accommodating panoramic views of downtown Naples.
The four penthouses on the 9th floors will feature Lutron lighting systems, an electric auto curtain system, and surround-sound entertainment.
Other facility features include signature aromatherapy systems in common areas, state-of-the-art technology, and a parking garage with private enclosed spaces for condominium owners with several restaurants and retail location just an elevator ride away.

TRIO combines modern visionary architecture with truly unique features and amenities, plus unmatched service levels. Bathed in Florida sunshine, TRIO residents will enjoy the very best of Naples – with unobstructed, panoramic views of the world around them – including Naples Bay, the Gulf of Mexico, Gulfshore Boulevard and downtown Naples just footsteps away. We appreciate your interest and look forward to making your experience at TRIO extraordinary and unlike any other lifestyle.


Airbnb: Will insurance pay for guest injuries?

Of course no one really thinks about if they will get injured on a vacation.  In all actuality, an injury is probably is the last thing someone would think about, but it is a possibility.   A polled survey done by Assurant found that 63% of 1,000 homeowners were unsure as to whether or not if their homeowners’ insurance policy would cover vacation renters.

Home-sharing through sites such as Airbnb has grown in popularity, and experts predict that growth in vacation home rentals could hit 25 percent this year, up from a 19 percent increase in 2016.

However, experts agree that homeowners need to understand their homeowners’ insurance policies – what is excluded and what is covered – particularly in the event of damage or injury.

The biggest gap in understanding when it comes to home-sharing protection is the commercial-use exclusion clause and gaps in coverage. Most insurance companies will deny claims related to home-sharing based on the commercial-use exclusion clause in the homeowners’ policy, though each insurance company approaches the exclusion in a different way. Some policies will cover “occasional home-sharing,” for example, which is often not well defined.

Many home-sharing platforms offer built-in insurance policies, but that coverage may or may not include damage to a neighbor’s property; theft of jewelry, electronics, and other valuables; identity theft, or liability for personal injury to guests.

Insurers should be proactive in communicating to owners the various regulations and laws being enacted by cities and municipalities related to home-sharing activities, including any related to requiring insurance, as well as what policy customizations may be available.

Source: PropertyCasualty360 (07/24/17) Malhotra, Kunal, FloridaRealtors. org, News & Events