Downtown St. Petersburg gets its first ramen restaurant in the Edge District, plus another upscale townhome community, as development continues in the city.
A new 80-unit apartment complex for seniors opens near the University of South Florida to address pent-up demand for affordable housing.
Raymond James co-Founder Tom James is opening an 80,000-square-foot art museum in downtown St. Petersburg. The Tom & Mary James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art, otherwise known as the James Museum, will open fall 2017.
The Westshore District in Tampa keeps thriving with new development as two new projects get underway in the neighborhood. Kimpton Hotels is building a five-story, 150-room luxury boutique hotel at the intersection of Laurel and O'Brien Streets with an anticipated opening of early 2018. Miller's Ale House, the popular restaurant chain, is opening its fourth location in Westshore on Columbus Drive.
Picture this: You get home from work, pull on some shorts and a T, and take your dog out for a walk at a new neighborhood bar that lets you sip your favorite local brew while the dog gets down to business. Does life get any better?
New multi-family housing community and an Autograph Collection Marriott are part of the new developments happening along the Courtney Campbell Causeway.
Two new townhome communities are coming to downtown St. Petersburg. Urban Village Townhomes in the Kenwood neighborhood gives homeowners the unique opportunity to purchase new construction in this historic community. 801 Conway is a 35-unit community that offers buyers five different floor plans.
Four bridges in the Island Estates community of Clearwater are being replaced, and five others are being worked on for minor issues. The $3.6 million project started when someone kayaking under one of the bridges noticed degrading concrete and reported it to the city.
Ebisu Sushi Shack, Antoinette's French Bakery and Cafe and Pirate Pops are three new foodie stops moving to the popular Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa.
A long-awaited cultural center in New Tampa would seat 300 and be built for future expansion if all goes as planned.
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.
A new skatepark is coming to Campbell Park in St. Petersburg. Construction on the $1.25 million regional grade skatepark is expected to be completed in fall 2017.
Franklin Manor, serving craft beers and specialty cocktails designed by local mixologist Rohit Patel, and The Carriage House, a new restaurant concept, are moving into downtown Tampa. Both are creations of the Nocturnal Group
The City of Sarasota’s Public Art Committee plans to acquire and install landmark sculptures at the center island of each new roundabout in a placemaking effort spearheaded by the City Commission to highlight Sarasota’s identity as a hub for the arts on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
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.