Since adjusting our operations amid COVID-19, The Lykos Group remains in a strong position as we continue through Florida’s reopening phases. Our worksites have been able to proceed almost-as-normal as we follow the recommended precautions. With the current trend of Floridians choosing the sunshine over moving back north for summer, we will continue our legacy of building even more luxurious home renovations.
Specializing in a full range of “top-catch” seafood, the Real Seafood Company of Naples is the next go-to spot on Barb’s list. This cozy restaurant is recently renovated and located in the Vanderbilt Galleria Shoppes in North Naples. They’re known for their fresh catch list, a built-in raw bar and seasonal favorites: Black Grouper, Maine Lobster, Fresh Oysters and Stone Crab. Their slogan says it best, “where seafood is, quite simply, as it should be!” Be sure to tell Barb all about it—she’s back in the office with a bowl of full-size candy bars.
Why The Lykos Process?
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Current renovations and custom home builds
With plenty of unique projects in the works, The Lykos Group is staying busy across Southwest Florida. From Pelican Bay and Grey Oaks to Marco Island, Old Naples and more, our current remodeling and new construction builds are improving both the aesthetics of neighborhoods—and the lives of their homeowners.
1 new home in Pelican Bay
2 condo remodels in Pelican Bay
2 new homes on Marco Island
1 home remodel in Grey Oaks
1 home remodel in Golden Gate Estate
1 home remodel in Collier Reserve
1 home remodel in Moorings
2 home remodels in Old Naples