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Key North Tampa stakeholders pledge major investment in University Area

Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, the University of South Florida, Florida Hospital, Busch Gardens and University Mall are among key community stakeholders pledging to invest big bucks in the local neighborhoods of North Tampa.

The idea is to market the area as an Innovation Place where research and development can help companies grow and create higher-paying jobs while improving neighborhood amenities.

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First geek bar, no sports allowed, opens in Largo

Steering away from the local sports bar trend, a new bar in Largo targets geeks, nerds, brainiacs who want to enjoy a tasty brew without competitive athletes going at it in the background.

Conversation too may win as people take their eyes off the ball to talk to each other. What a concept!

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Hurricane Irma spares Tampa Bay Area compared to other coastal communities in Florida

More than 95 percent of households and businesses had power restored in the Tampa Bay Area within a week of Hurricane Irma's blast across Florida September 9-12.

While serious damage caused by wind and flooding affected many individuals, particularly in low-lying areas along local rivers, the overall impact was much less in the Tampa Bay Area than in other parts of Florida.

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Creative thinkers tackle transportation solutions in cities

What emerges when a brain trust of creative thinkers working in government, transportation, cultural institutions and the arts get together to talk and trade ideas?

Time will tell following this summer's gathering in Indianapolis to come up with innovative solutions for urban issues.

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How can Florida agriculture survive?

If disease and inconsistent weather are wiping out Florida's citrus industry, what comes next?

More housing? Berries? Veggies? Peaches? Marijuana? Exotics? Organic urban farms? 

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Water Street Tampa: A new name for downtown Tampa waterfront under development

What's in a name? A whole lot of prospect for the future of downtown Tampa. Strategic Property Partners, the developers of more than 50 acres along the downtown waterfront, lands on a new name for the urban design district that includes a Wellness District and abuts the Channel District.

Welcome to Water Street Tampa. And the innovative thinking behind it.

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Profile of vision: Jeff Vinik predicts 30-40 new high-rises in downtown Tampa

Tampa billionaire Jeff Vinik looks out of his sky-high office window and envisions 30-40 more high-rises in the future of downtown Tampa. He and his real estate investment firm, Strategic Property Partners, are developing 53 acres in the city's urban core and anticipate others will follow.

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City of Tampa seeks proposals for adding shops, restaurants along Tampa Riverwalk in downtown

The City of Tampa recently released a Request for Proposals to solicit interest in developing more dining and retail options downtown. The RFPs apply to The Tampa Riverwalk by Curtis Hixon Park and near the Tampa Convention Center.

“Anyone who has been downtown lately knows how popular it has become as a destination for residents and travelers alike,” says Mayor Bob Buckhorn. “That’s why we’re looking at any and all opportunities to bring Tampanians diverse restaurant and retail choices to the urban core.”
 
Details on the RFP packages are located on the city's website.

Free webinar offers tips on designing cities to enhance bicycle, pedestrian safety

A free lunchtime webinar on April 19th will address tips and advice for Enhancing Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety in Florida.

Sponsored by 1000 Friends of Florida and building on the issues highlighted in the recent report "Dangerous by Design," people can participate by following this link.

Mayor Buckhorn, Jeff Vinik on shaping future of downtown Tampa

Developer Jeff Vinik, owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning, and Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn sit down for a conversation about what's new and what's next in downtown.

The Hillsborough River at the center of the city is key to creating a city that attracts future investments and talent from all over the globe.

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Tampa Bay WaVE opens 2nd office in Channel District

Tampa Bay WaVE, an incubator for startups in downtown Tampa, is opening a second office in the Channel District close to Port Tampa Bay.

The new office will open in Channelside Bay Plaza in space once occupied by the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce.

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Zillow predicts 5 Tampa Bay Area neighborhoods to lead 2017 climb in home values

Home values in five Tampa Bay Area neighborhoods are expected to soar in value, according to the latest projects by real estate website Zillow.

Zillow says two of the hottest neighborhoods are in Tampa: Fair Oaks in South Tampa and Temple Crest in Central Tampa. The other three are in St. Petersburg: Westminster Heights, Oakwood Gardens and Lake Euclid.

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Waterfronts capture new focus of Tampa Bay Area visionaries, developers

The Tampa Bay chapter of the Urban Land Institute hosted a panel discussion on why Florida cities are re-imagining their waterfronts as cool places to live, work and play. 

Urban designers advising the cities of Clearwater, Tampa and St. Pete talk about why the next urban development frontier is on the water.

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Apollo Beach beachfront reopens on Tampa Bay

The public can now access two acres of beachfront along Tampa Bay near Apollo Beach, southeast of Tampa.

The rebuilt beach, damaged by hurricane winds, was made possible by a public-private partnership engaging Hillsborough County, community advocates and private businesses.

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TBX toll road projections under scrutiny

Critics are skeptical of consultants' projections for how much money would be collected by new toll lanes for express travel through Tampa.

Earlier projections for other Florida toll roads have fallen short.

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