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Walmart Neighborhood Market, restaurants open in Oldsmar

Development is returning to Oldsmar, a suburb of Tampa, where a vegan organic raw cafe recently opened, and a Walmart Neighborhood Market and Craft Street Kitchen's second location are set to open this fall.. 

Courtney Campbell sports new palm trees as part of beautification project

The Courtney Campbell Causeway is lined with more palm trees as the FDOT includes the span in its Bold Beautification Program. Plans for more landscaping on the Pinellas side of the causeway are in the development stages. 

City of Clearwater seeks public comment on future of North Marina area

Stantec and the city of Clearwater are working together to build a master plan for the North Marina area. The city is seeking feedback from the community by hosting three meetings in August, September and October. 

New England style brownstones being built in St. Petersburg

A former New York resident now living in the Tampa Bay region is designing million dollar brownstones to fit the urban lifestyle surrounding Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg. 

Duckweed welcomes artisan chocolates, plans to open new grocery in Channelside

Ashworth Artisan Chocolate finds a new home within Duckweed Urban Market at the Element in downtown Tampa. Duckweed will also feature Ashworth Artisan Chocolate in its new Channel District location, which opens this winter. 

Tampa Bay area college campuses create new spaces for start of school

New construction and campus improvements await Tampa Bay area college students at Hillsborough Community College, the University of Tampa and Eckerd College.

T.J.Maxx, new restaurants sprouting up in south Tampa

South Tampa is experiencing a mini development boom as T.J. Maxx plans to move into a Henderson Boulevard shopping center between Fresh Market and First Watch. Several restaurants also have opened in nearby neighborhoods, including Four Rivers Smokehouse, Acropolis Greek Taverna and Cask.

New townhomes coming to Downtown St. Petersburg

There's a new alternative for homebuyers looking to live in downtown St. Petersburg as Regent Lane townhomes are currently under construction. The unique townhomes feature private elevators, rooftop terraces and over 2,300-square-feet of living space. 

Old Raytheon site in St. Pete purchased

Commercial Development Company purchases the old Raytheon site in St. Petersburg with plans to redevelop the area for multifamily housing, retail or mixed-use. 

New Pasco community opens first model homes

The building boom in Pasco County continues a the latest planned community, Starkey Ranch, opens its first model homes to the public. When completed, the community will feature multiple neighborhoods with new homes, a grocery store, shops and restaurants. 

SkyHouse Channelside adds to hip, urban scene in downtown Tampa

SkyHouse Channelside apartment building opens in downtown Tampa with lots of upscale amenities designed to attract young professionals and empty nesters. 

Unique theater prepares to open in West Tampa

Theater lovers will be happy to hear a new theater is coming to West Tampa. The Space at 2106 Main is unique in its design as it is an old restaurant being renovated into an immersive theater with moving chairs, booths and tables making a completely different experience for the audience. 

Development of Westshore area continues as latest luxury apartment complex rises in Tampa

Grady Square, a $56-million luxury apartment building, is under construction in Tampa's Westshore district. The development adds to the Westshore area's ongoing pattern of growth, joining the Crescent, the Hampton Inn & Suites, the World of Beer and the Laser Spine Institute. 

Construction begins on redesign of historic downtown Tampa park

A new interactive water fountain, concert/festival space, basketball courts, picnic shelters and skate park are under construction at Perry Harvey Park in downtown Tampa. The futuristic park will include public art depicting the neighborhood's traditional culture and historic past. 

Pinellas County plans to replace aging bridges

Aging bridges catch the eye of Pinellas County officials as San Martin Bridge in St. Peterburg and the Dunedin Causeway meet and surpass their 50-year lifespans. Plans are in the study phase right now, however, construction could start as early as 2018 if funding is in place. 
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