The Robert

Fort Myers, FL

The Robert is Fort Myers’s newest apartment destination that places residents near the heart of The River District and flourishing downtown area. We set out to build a community to be purposeful and engrained with its surroundings. In loving memory of The Rohdie Group’s founder and chief visionary, Robert C. Rohdie, the property is named after him. Robert “Bob”, built over 20,000 apartments in his lifetime and was always the first one to arrive at work, ready to take on the day. His passion and energy inspiring and infectious. Born and bred in New York, he made Florida a second home and spent most of his career developing A+ apartment communities. Always on the forefront of new and innovative design, The Robert will feature brand new one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with amenities such as a resort-style zero-entry pool, high-end fitness center, arcade and game room and outdoor kitchen with grilling stations. It doesn’t just stop there. We believe that “without customers, we are nothing” and residents will be always be our top priority. We know the world has changed and the place that you call home has taken on a new meaning, now; more than ever. We hope you decide to make your home at The Robert.

The Robert


The community amenities that The Robert offers are among the best in the apartment industry. Forget the stuffy traditional apartment clubroom and say hello to the modern yet welcoming environment where you can socialize, work remotely or just sit back and enjoy the Starbucks© concoction you just made. After a dip in our zero-entry pool, pick a cozy seat in the covered loggia and relax under a multitude of fans. Show off your grilling talents with friends at the outdoor kitchen or challenge your neighbor to a race on our Fast & Furious Super Cars Arcade Game in Bob’s Garage. We will bring the popcorn.

Every day is a staycation at The Robert. Cancel that vacation. And your gym membership. The Robert has everything you could want. All in one place.

The Robert treats furry family members like a VIP with a four-legged amenity package that can’t be beat. From treats in the clubhouse to an expansive bark park, your pets will be the envy of their furry friends!

The Robert

Your Community

  • Convenient access to I-75
  • Loggia with plenty of seating for socializing and playing outdoor games
  • Game Room with arcade games including pinball and racing simulators
  • Monthly Resident Activities
  • On-site Management and Maintenance
  • Outdoor courtyard with grilling stations & dining areas
  • Pet Park
  • Remote controlled detached garages
  • Resort-style zero-entry pool
  • Resident Lounge with Starbucks Coffee Bar and Lavit Beverage System
  • Storage Units Available
  • 24-hour Fitness Center with free weights
  • Xfinity Community w/ Fiber Technology
The Robert

Your Residence

  • Ceiling Fans with Light Fixtures in Living Room, Solarium and Bedroom(s)
  • Chef-Inspired Kitchens with Islands*
  • Custom Modern Cabinetry with Brushed Nickel Hardware (42” Upper Cabinets!)
  • Elevators*
  • Framed Bathroom Mirrors
  • Hardwood-inspired Flooring
  • Nine Foot Ceilings
  • Stainless Undermount Sink in Kitchen with Gooseneck Pulldown Faucet
  • Subway Tiled Kitchen Backsplash
  • 2 ¼ Inch Blinds Throughout
  • USB Ports in Bedrooms and Kitchens
  • Washer and Dryer Included
  • Walk-In Showers with Frameless Glass Doors*
  • Whirlpool Energy Star® Appliances
    *not in all apartment homes/buildings
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Five Questions about Parking that You Need to Ask before You Sign an Apartment Lease

Five Questions about Parking that You Need to Ask before You Sign an Apartment Lease

Five Questions about Parking that You Need to Ask before You Sign an Apartment Lease

Do you need to have access to your car when you are living in your apartment?  Because this is not always a guarantee when you are renting apartments in Fort Myers, FL, you will want to be sure that you ask about the parking situation before you sign any leases.  These are some of the most important parking questions you need to ask your property manager before you agree to live in an apartment.

What is your parking situation?

Depending on the location of the apartment building, parking situations will vary.  There may be a parking garage near or even under the building, which is common for city apartments.  If you are looking at a garden-style apartment complex, there may be a parking lot right on site.  This will give you the chance to park right outside your unit.     

How many spaces will I get for my unit?

Whenever you are looking for an apartment, you will also want to consider the amount of parking spaces that are allocated for each unit.  If you are moving into your unit with your family, you may want to reserve more spaces so that you have room for all your vehicles.  Also, you'll want to inquire about guest parking spaces.  Many apartment buildings will also have arrangements for your guests as well, which makes it easier for you to host.

How is your parking managed?

Your apartment may be managed by a parking valet or parking lot attendant, and you will want to know about any of these situations before you plan to move.  Do you need to have a designated parking spot?  Do you require a sticker or badge?  If your apartment parking lot or garage is bordered with a gate, you may also require a keypad or proof of residence.  You'll want to ask about these arrangements before you choose your place.

Do I need to pay an additional fee for parking on site?

If your apartment complex doesn't offer on-site parking, or has limited parking options, you may want to know about any costs associated with street parking or special parking spots before you sign the lease.  These are some of the costs you'll want to factor into your monthly budget, along with cable, internet, and utilities.

How safe is the parking lot?

The time will come when you are walking through the parking area at night, and you'll want to make sure that you are safe.  Ask about the safety protocols that are in place surrounding the parking areas, and take notice of the lights in the area when you are doing a tour of the grounds.  This will help you rest-assured that you are safe and have visibility in the dark.

These are some of the most important questions you should ask your property manager about parking before you sign any leases.  At our apartments in Fort Myers, FL, you can find ample parking for residents right on site.  Contact us to hear more about our available apartments today.

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