Apollo Beach


CFP Home Investments offers Condo Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, New Home Construction in Apollo Beach, Florida and all Surrounding Areas.

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CFP Home Investments is a real estate investing company and we will help you think through and execute all your construction ideas, as an investment in Apollo Beach, Florida.

CPF Home Investments is a real estate investing company turned construction management company located in beautiful St. Petersburg Florida. With over 100 years of combined team experience. Our team is a great partner to service your home construction needs. From the recent past years of design and construction success, we felt we need to start a construction management company to handle the needs our local fan base. Our teams of licensed contractors coupled with our yours of experience in project management, we can handle all types of projects. We have pre-vetted our General Contractor teams and all subs are used to our systems which makes a happy safe work environment for our clients In Apollo Beach.

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We are a design and construction office admin/management company bridging between the gap pre-qualified poorly marketed building contractors and customers. Our teams of contractors rely on us to make sure the schedule and job flow goes smoothly since we deal directly with the customers and the BCS can focus on what they do best, working. We help you the customer think through all your thoughts and translate them into reality. With our strong focus on design and perfection, we are confident you will be ecstatic about your new space.

Apollo Beach, Florida, a Great Place to Live and Work and Play with an Interesting History.

The history of Apollo Beach started in 1923 on land owned by the Dickman family, then used annually for farming and grazing pasture. Much of the land was mangrove and low-elevation and was considered uninhabitable.

In the 1930s, Paul Dickman conceived the idea of a waterfront community. He felt the location was ideally located equidistant between Tampa and Bradenton along U.S. Route 41.

The Dickmans secured the services of Radar Engineering of Miami to design a subdivision including roads, canals, schools, recreation areas, and community services.

In the early 1950s, Dickman negotiated the sale of the land to three men from New York Turner, Dean and Clark. They named the land Tampa Beach, believing the association with Tampa would attract interested persons more readily than a name which did not properly locate the area geographically.

Construction began on the Flamingo Canal near U.S. 41 and proceeded toward Fairway Boulevard. It was their intention to extend the canal to Tampa Bay so as to achieve access to open water. The task became too large for the amount of capital they had invested and for the abilities of the persons involved, and in 1956 they notified Dickman they could not go through with the project.

In 1957, Francis Corr, a retired businessman from Michigan, purchased the land. Corr renamed the area La Vida Beach. Legend has it that in 1958 Corr’s wife Dorothy suggested a new name, Apollo Beach, for the area’s greatest benefit sunshine. Mr. Corr started construction of 50 homes in the area between U.S. 41 and Golf & Sea Boulevard.

In early 1958, Corr reached an agreement with Robert E. Lee, a South Carolina contractor, to join in the development. Lee was to continue the dredging of canals, and in exchange was to receive parcels of land.

In the early 1960s, Francis Corr sold his company and the Apollo Beach land to a Miami company known as Flora Sun Corporation. Flora Sun sold some of the land on the northern end to the Tampa Electric Company for a power plant site on the land’s northern border, which is now the Big Bend Power Station. Flora Sun failed in its obligations in the purchase of the land from the Corr family, and about seven years later the family got the land back out of bankruptcy court.

In the mid-1960s, Corr’s son Thomas moved his young family to the area to continue work on the Apollo Beach project however, while the land was in bankruptcy proceedings from Flora Sun, the dredge and fill permits required to construct the canal system expired.

The Corr family continued to struggle with the development over the years, facing regulatory hurdles and tightening growth policy in Florida with the passage of the growth management act in 1972 and expanded policies in 1984.

Thomas Corr continued to develop the community and donated land for parks and schools and preserving hundreds of acres of mangrove swamps and environmental areas. He started a community bank, a chamber of commerce, civic clubs and festivals. Thomas Corr died in 1998. In 2006, Hillsborough County honored the work of Thomas Corr by naming the new elementary school on Big Bend Road the Thomas P. Corr Elementary School.

Today Apollo Beach is a thriving waterfront community with year-round boating, fishing, and other water activities. The estimated 55 miles of canals lead to Tampa Bay.

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Our job is to constantly keep your job moving forward and organized. Make sure subs are standing around and things aren’t falling through the cracks. We will be you and the contractor’s time managers in order for us all to be successful.

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