792 Broad Avenue South
Naples, FL 34102
As one of the nation’s top real estate professionals, Phil’s representation of Sellers and Buyers spans a wide range of clientele that entertainment executives, celebrities, real estate developers, high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and international investors. Acknowledged for his integrity, track record of success, negotiation skills, world-class client service, unsurpassed discretion, global network and marketing expertise, Phil consistently delivers best-in-class results for every Buyer and Seller he represents, whether looking for a dream home or selling a current property, he is the preeminent resource for all of his clienteles real estate related needs.
His focus is on luxury homes and condominiums with an emphasis on waterfront such as, Port Royal, Beachfront, Aqualane Shores, Royal Harbor, Park Shore, Bay Colony and golf course communities such as Pelican Bay and Grey Oaks.
Phil and his family have been instrumental in helping create what Naples is today through their philanthropic endeavors. His grandparents owned and protected Keewaydin Island and the Keewaydin Club for almost 40 years, rebuilt the Naples Pier after 1960 Hurricane Donna and again in 1970 when pilings had to be replaced and fought to insure the pier would remain open free of charge, built the Norris Center at Cambier Park, founded the Big Cypress Nature Center.
The Norris/Gaynor/Collins family has supported local marine research, assisted in founding the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, purchased the Gulf-front property for Delnor Wiggins Pass recreation area (named after both his grandmother and grandfather), his grandparents Dellora and Lester Norris, were instrumental in the founding of the Naples Community Hospital, as well as other notables. Phil has carried on the Norris tradition by giving generously to charitable organizations such as the not-for-profit Youth Haven in which he served on the board; the Golisano Children's Museum of Naples and the YMCA. He currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and is President of the Norris Family Foundation.