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The Tampa Riverwalk hosts bronze sculptures. This one features the Mound Builders of Tampa Bay.

Tampa Riverwalk nears completion, connects downtown

The Tampa Riverwalk — long envisioned by local leaders as a connector of people and places throughout downtown — is nearing completion. By 2016, the Riverwalk will become a continuous 2.6-mile path from the Heights Riverfront Development near the North Boulevard Bridge south and east along the Hillsborough River to the Channel District and Port Tampa Bay.

Broadstone Hyde Park Apartment.

Platt Street paves way for what's next in South Tampa

South Tampa’s Platt Street in the Courier City neighborhood is springing back to life in 2015 with new retail, restaurants, residences and bike-friendly roadways.

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For Good: Helping people take STEPS for Success

What STEPS do people need to take to work their way out of poverty? Sustainability, training, education, planning and support. Providing such services is the mission behind UACDC, a very special nonprofit helping Hillsborough County residents achieve success. 

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Building boom sounds again in Florida suburbs: See South Pasco County

Six years after a global recession choked building in local suburbia, construction of new homes, retail, commercial and roads is again going gangbusters within a 40-mile radius of downtown Tampa. Read what’s happening in southern Pasco County just north of Tampa.

Photographer Tim Kennedy chats with Carmen Cortes, one of his photo subjects, at Trinity Cafe.

For Good: Trinity Cafe engages community to feed hungry

Are you touched by the plight of the homeless? Want to do something to help? Go see 'Feast for the Eyes: The Faces of a Million Meals' served at the Trinity Cafe in downtown Tampa. The portrait gallery will be on display as part of an upcoming fundraiser.

Minneapolis skyline

Why Minneapolis is the new capital of The North

Minnesota leaders believe that Minneapolis should be the first non-coastal city that knowledge workers and business leaders think of after Chicago. Here's a look at why, including strategic ideas that are replicable in Tampa Bay area cities.

The Sarasota Collection Home Store.

Creative energy reshapes Sarasota Design District

Community leaders in Sarasota’s Rosemary District and the coincident Sarasota Design District are eager to forge a pioneering identity in the city’s new urban redevelopment -- and they plan to do so with style. 

Peter Kageyama.

St. Pete author challenges cities to create more opportunities for love to grow

What do you love about where you live? Those are the places and things to do that author Peter Kageyama recommends cities recreate in order to build loyalty and morale. Read about  “Love Where You Live: Creating Emotionally Engaging Places.’’

Del Acosta introduces Cafe con Tampa guest speaker Ray Chiaramonte, Executive Director Hillsborough County Planning Commission and Metropolititan Planning Organization.

Cafe con Tampa stirs up neighborhood conversations

Wake up and join the conversation at Cafe con Tampa Friday mornings at 8 at Hugo's Spanish Restaurant in the Hyde Park neighborhood of South Tampa, where people meet, greet and share ideas about anything and everything happening in the city, the Tampa Bay area and around the globe.

Mark Sharpe speaks at the Tampa Innovation Alliance launch.

Tampa Innovation Alliance: Creating plans, partnerships and sense of place

Investing in neighborhoods and creating safer streets are as important as attracting talent and conducting research under the goals set forth for the new Tampa Innovation Alliance, which will focus on creating transformational change around the University of South Florida Tampa campus.  

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Franklin Street Better Block Party in Tampa celebrates potential

North Franklin Street between Interstate 275 and Palm Avenue is the newest corridor in Tampa Heights to attract investments led by new developments like Ulele restaurant, Water Works Park and The Heights, a village planned along Tampa's riverfront.

Tampa Bay Rays play at Tropicana Field.

What are the most anticipated projects in the Tampa Bay area in 2015?

The Tampa Bay region of Florida continues to be a developer's paradise. Windows of opportunity are opening everywhere. Here is 83 Degrees Media’s list of the most anticipated projects coming up in 2015 and beyond.

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South Tampa's Howard Ave grows as culinary destination

A flurry of investments in new apartments, boutique shops and restaurants along the southern end of Howard Avenue in South Tampa is at the center of a neighborhood rapidly becoming known for culinary sophistication. Inevitable growing pains challenge thought leaders to consider how best to accommodate patrons of the lively bar scene to the north with fans of the newer destinations to the south.

Julian Montenegro of Heavy Auto Parts chats with THAP

New coworking space in East Tampa honors Civil Rights activist's vision

A new state-of-the-art coworking and business incubator in East Tampa offers space for traditional entrepreneurial enterprises as well as startups and creatives who call the emerging neighborhood home.

I Wonna Wok Food Truck; Tampa Water Taxi Co.; 8-Count Studios

Experience 24 hours on the streets of Downtown Tampa

With so many new hotels, restaurants and venues popping up in Downtown Tampa and with the ongoing development of the Tampa Riverwalk, visiting downtown Tampa provides a whole new urban experience in this 24 hour tour that begs for your feet on the street.
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