The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded funding to 45 projects across the state, including two in Pinellas County that are part of the Coast to Coast Connecter.
Here's how you can help decide the People's Choice winner of AIA Tampa Bay's Design Awards competition.
Neal Communities, which has built more than 10,000 homes in southwest Florida with the goal of integrating houses peacefully with the environment, has fully sold its Forest Creek neighborhood near Bradenton.
Construction on the 7-acre Harvest Hope Park is expected to begin in November. Once complete, it will feature a fish farm, hiking trail and more.
The Gobioff Foundation is launching a creative placemaking initiative on Sept. 19 and offering up to $30,000 for a project that will improve Tampa through arts and cultural activities.
As the sun sets and the evening begins to cool, we can't think of a better place to take an after dark stroll than along the Tampa Riverwalk where you can discover new public art on display.
The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) is developing a task force to plan, design and raise funds for a new science center in the Channelside District near Amalie Arena. The move is part of Jeff Vinik's redevelopment plan for downtown Tampa.
The City of Clearwater announces the opening of a new path for bicyclists and pedestrians along Bayshore Boulevard. The trail connects the Courtney Campbell Causeway to Team Wilson Trail at Del Oro Park. This is one of many trails the city plans to construct in order to provide alternative modes of transportation and recreation.
The emerging Tampa Heights neighborhood is hosting a Tour of Homes event on February 28th. The tour will include seven homes, a walk through the restored Rialto Theatre and a stop at Hidden Springs Brewery, where tour participants can enjoy a discount on craft beer.
Global Aquaponic Inc. will be opening a facility in the Tampa Bay area within the next year.. The facility will use an innovative technique to grow produce and farm fish that uses 90 percent less water than traditional soil-based farming.
Three golf courses in the Tampa Bay area reopen, or ready to open after renovations aimed to make golfing experience more enjoyable. Rocky Point golf course in Tampa, Copperhead at Innisbrook in Palm Harbor and Twin Brooks golf course make improvements including new greens and drainage systems.
HART and SPC students enrolled in the Sustainability Management program team up to find innovative solutions to reducing solid waste produced by HART.
The new Waterline Resort on Anna Maria Island will feature waterfront suites, a marina and a restaurant. The Waterline marina will have 50 boat slips for charters, eco-tours, guided fishing excursions or daily sunset cruises.
De Soto National Memorial, honoring the Spanish explorer who came to Florida from Europe in 1539, sports new technology and other equipment thanks to a recent renovation.
Pier 60 Park on Clearwater Beach undergoes expansion to accommodate visitors and tourists. Renovations include extension of Beach Walk and installation of benches around playground.