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Evidence of Tampa Bay Area's growing tech hub: Clearwater counts 50 tech companies, 2K jobs

Dozens of fast-growing tech companies, many garnering national attention for talent and innovation, now call Clearwater home. Read more.

Daniels Ikajevs, and Simee Adhikari, co-founders of The Ring in Clearwater.

Uniquely designed co-working space emerges in downtown Clearwater

The Ring, designed as a healthy indoor space aiming for WELL certification, is creating spatial support for entrepreneurs as part of downtown Clearwater’s revitalization.

Second Century Studios grand opening in downtown Clearwater.

New shops, new housing spur revitalization of downtown Clearwater

Momentum builds in downtown Clearwater as Imagine Clearwater referendum passes and downtown activity increases, including the opening of The Nolen multi-family, mixed-use development, and Second Century Studios & Bazaar Art Co-op.


Bookstore trend: 321 Books opens brick-and-mortar store to take on Amazon

The independent book company’s unique business model finds success at Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg.


Local entrepreneurs carve out niche in paleo food scene

Tampa Bay Area companies and consumers embrace popularity of paleo lifestyle, turning hobbies and lifestyle choices into profitable businesses.


Best way to get to Clearwater Beach? Ferry alleviates traffic, parking woes

Clearwater Ferry to expand services to Dunedin this fall as ridership between downtown and Clearwater Beach continues to grow.

View from the Opal Suite.

Where to stay in Clearwater? Check out new beach hotels

New hotels along Clearwater Beach -- from super luxury to family-oriented chains and motels to Airbnb homes -- are creating jobs and lifting the local economy. Nearby shops and restaurants are also doing well.


Where to invest? Clearwater rezoning plan encourages redevelopment along U.S. 19

New zoning and design standards are designed to encourage investments and spur economic growth along U.S. 19 through Clearwater in Pinellas County.

Clearwater Young Professionals.

A city on the verge: Young professionals key to Clearwater’s future

Residential projects, entertainment and city-led efforts converge and collaborate to draw millennials to downtown Clearwater to live, work, play and stay.

View of the Charles Wharton Johnson Pavilion at Coachman Park.

Redesign of Clearwater waterfront promises to enhance appeal, spur investments

The Imagine Clearwater process engages urban designers and local residents in a planning exercise for how everyone can better access and enjoy the city’s unique waterfront.


Looking to invest in an emerging urban neighborhood? Check out plans for Downtown Clearwater

Local business owners and city officials express high hopes for attracting new investments and visitors back to downtown Clearwater with fun activities and new apartments designed to create a new urban live-work-play environment. 


Network of business support nurtures Clearwater entrepreneurs

Through Clearwater Business SPARK, government and private services for entrepreneurs, tech companies and other small businesses are combining resources to support and attract more job creation in Pinellas County.
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