A $6 million tax credit investment from Hancock Whitney Bank will allow Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties to construct 45 additional homes in the next 12 months, half of those homes in the South St. Petersburg Community Revitalization Area (CRA).
The plan, funded and led by the city, would include 5.3 acres dedicated to a new 22nd Street relocation of the Carter G. Woodson African American Museum, 2.5 acres of workforce housing, retail/office space, a $7.5 million investment in district placemaking and the sale of 5.5 acres of land for market rate development.
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter are fully into the Christmas spirit. They talk Christmas, Amazon and the stresses of a condensed holiday season. They break down the demise of Kamala Harris' presidential campaign and the first committee week in Tallahassee. Our hosts also welcome Rep. Tyler Sirois of Brevard County to talk about his bill, one of Michelle's favorites from last session.
For years, St. Petersburg Opera Company’s annual holiday show was a huge production, combining a 40-piece orchestra with a massive choral ensemble (several of them, in fact) with soloists from opera, musical theater and more. It was a big to-do at the Palladium.
The 2019 edition, reports founder and artistic director Mark Sforzini, is a more intimate affair...
The Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners has approved guidelines for using some of the proceeds of the Penny for Pinellas sales tax for housing projects for low-income county residents and for office and industrial development.
Approval came despite concerns from an advocacy group, Faith and Action for Strength Together.
A plan that would allow real estate developers to propose apartments, condos and townhomes in parts of St. Petersburg that could flood during storms is not consistent with the city’s comprehensive plan, the local planning agency has determined.
Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik led a $5 million funding round for Bridge Connector, a Nashville, Tennessee-based technology company offering data-driven workflow automation to solve health IT interoperability challenges.