The residential growth that has more than doubled Groveland’s population since 2010 shows no sign of slowing down, with four new residential subdivisions under evaluation by the city’s Development Review Committee that will bring another 387 homes to the city. The communities with final plats under development review include: Marsh Pointe, north of County Road 565A and north of the Marsh….
JTW Advisors LLC served as the sell-side advisor to Level Homes in the sale of their Raleigh division to Lennar. As a result of the transaction, Lennar owns and/or controls an additional 1,602 homesites in the Raleigh market. Level Homes is the 111th largest builder in America and is headquartered in Baton Rouge, LA. Level expanded into the Raleigh, NC….
St. Petersburg native Blake Whitney Thompson is excited about downtown’s rebirth but also worried that development is driving out the locally owned businesses that give downtown its hip, edgy vibe. ST. PETERSBURG — Creativity is everywhere apparent in Tampa Bay’s urban landscape. In the eye-popping murals all over St. Petersburg. In the repurposed warehouses and cigar factories of Tampa. ….
The Mandarin Hide Motto: “Pouring our spirits to raise yours” ROBBIE CAPONETTO The Mandarin Hide Don’t leave St. Pete without swinging back downtown for a drink along Central Avenue, which pulses with live music at a string of bars where tables spill onto the sidewalk. Check out The Mandarin Hide, a sophisticated speakeasy-style place, or head to Mastry’s….
Food critic Laura Reiley’s best restaurant picks include close to 100 new and returning spots. Trophy Fish The Fin & Tonic cocktail, a Spanish style gin and tonic crafted with Hendricks Gin, Thatcher’s Elderflower, citrus peel, juniper berries, cucumber and fresh flowers. [EVE EDELHEIT | Times] By all rights I should be mad at Trophy Fish. They don’t offer….
While drone technology continues to soar, some Tampa Bay companies are taking it to new heights — literally. St. Pete-based 5×5 Technologies Inc. and Swampfox Aerial LLC, which is breaking into the Tampa market, both use drone technology to survey buildings and land — which otherwise cannot be reached without, in some cases, risking surveyors’ lives. “Being able to limit people who have to climb….