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Here's what the apartment complex at former Tampa Tribune location will look like

The former Tampa Tribune building will be transformed into an apartment complex by July 2018. Here's what it will look like.

Former YMCA transforming into hotel, production company needs interviewees for project documentary

Developer Nick Ekonomou is breathing new life into the former YMCA in downtown St. Petersburg and has begun turning it into a hotel. A production company is looking for people who want to share memories of the historic building.

Officials break ground for new stage at Land O' Lakes Community Park

The dream of Heritage Park Foundation members is finally coming true. Pasco County Officials have broken ground for a stage at Land O' Lakes Community Park.

Tampa Bay Sports to open store at Tampa International Airport

Traveling sports fans will have a new place to shop for gear at Tampa International Airport when Tampa Bay Sports opens a location there next year.

Temple Terrace council to hear 2 very different redevelopment plans

Temple Terrace put a 1.5-acre parcel in its downtown redevelopment area up for sale in May and has received two different proposals for the property from Eriksson Technologies and Florida Hospital. The city's elected officials will learn more about the plans at an upcoming meeting.

Developers, architects transform Clearwater bank building into SkyView luxury condos

Developers Moises and Cleman Agami are working with Gomez Vazquez International Architects to turn a former Clearwater bank into a luxury condominium called The Skyview. It's expected to be complete in March 2017.

Why Harbour Island complex is developer's fanciest apartment project yet

A Miami developer and an Atlanta architecture firm are joining forces to bring new high-end apartments to downtown Tampa's Harbour Island. 

Crescent Westshore installs giant sculpture near leasing office in Tampa

New Westshore apartments in Tampa feature giant sculpture by local artist from St. Petersburg.  

Downtown St. Pete gets new ramen restaurant, townhomes

Downtown St. Petersburg gets its first ramen restaurant in the Edge District, plus another upscale townhome community, as development continues in the city. 

New apartments open for low-income seniors, waiting list forms

A new 80-unit apartment complex for seniors opens near the University of South Florida to address pent-up demand for affordable housing.

Western, wildlife art focus of new museum in downtown St. Petersburg

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. 

Boutique hotel, restaurant coming to Westshore area of Tampa

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. 

New apartments, hotel grow along Courtney Campbell Causeway

New multi-family housing community and an Autograph Collection Marriott are part of the new developments happening along the Courtney Campbell Causeway. 

Townhomes still booming in downtown St. Petersburg

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. 

4 Clearwater Beach bridges are being replaced

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. 
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