Tampa Theatre is in need of upgrades to the tune of $10 million. In order to meet this goal, the 90-year-old theatre is in the process of fundraising and has raised nearly $2 million thanks to generous support from the community.
The Straz Center in Tampa recently unveiled a conceptual master plan that includes the creation of a grand terrace that flows to the river front, reinventing and enlarging the Silbiger Lobby in Morsani Hall and adding a multi-purpose events center to accommodate growth in food and beverage, education and artistic programming.
Dade City is experiencing a development boom with a brand new $6.6 million city hall and police station, and new restaurants and shops -- with room for more.
The Grand Central at Kennedy looks spruced up a bit as a new mural has been added as part of the Channel District Community Alliance's art giveback to the community. The piece is the first installment of more pieces to come around the neighborhood under the project titled, "Waves of Change."
St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport is taking off with its plans for a bigger and better airport by adding 12,000-square-feet of space around gates seven through 10, renovating retail and food and beverage concessions, and adding a new children's play area.
At least four hotels in the Tampa Bay area are under construction and/or undergoing renovation projects designed to meet increasing demand from tourists and other visitors.
Downtown Dunedin undergoes major renovations as a mixed-use building goes up and two large projects are in the pre-construction phase.
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.
A new trend in downtown living is making its way through St. Petersburg. What is it? Townhomes, the luxury of having all that a house has to offer while still living the urban lifestyle you want. Three projects will give future residents this housing option.
Tampa International Airport is undergoing a $953-million renovation which includes adding 65 new shops and restaurants. Approximately 40-percent of the restaurants are local, includiing Columbia, Cigar City, RumFish Grill, Buddy Brew and the Café by Mise en Place.
Downtown Tampa's skyline is growing as another residential tower breaks ground. The 23-story, 362-unit building will also include 8,000-square-feet of retail space and public art adorning the side of the building.
At least three new multi-family communities are planning to open in 2016 in South Tampa. Waverly Courtyard Villas, Grant Place and Casa De Leon offer unique amenities to those looking to move to South Tampa neighborhoods.
USFSP, Eckerd College and the University of Tampa campuses are growing and upgrading facilities with new buildings designed to serve students long into the future.
Tampa Bay area private schools are investing in their campuses as a way to enrich the educational experience for their students. Academy of the Holy Names, Berkeley Prep and Jesuit High School are each making multi-million dollar improvements.