Commercial real estate and economic development leaders are urging the St. Petersburg City Council not to pump the brakes on supporting office construction in the city.
St. Petersburg needs more office space to add jobs, to attract new companies and to allow existing companies to expand, yet there is little space currently available for those new and expanding businesses, said Alan DeLisle, city development administrator. Financing for new office projects is tough, but one way to make the cost of office building projects more feasible is through partnerships between the city and private developers, such as selling city land at favorable prices or subsidizing parking garages, DeLise told the City Council during a meeting of the Committee of the Whole Thursday.
The Catalyst Sessions began the last week in March, with a simple goal: To keep St. Petersburg's arts community connected, one conversation at a time.
Since the coronavirius (that's what we all called it then) was going to separate us indefinitely, why not reach out - from one lonely, isolated room to another - and talk about how we felt, what we were thinking, and what we hoped would happen?
As if 2020 hasn’t handed us enough, Martians will land in the bay area tonight.
Exactly where the alien invaders will set down is a closely-guarded secret, but residents who happened to be parked in the lot behind freeFall Theatre – with tickets - can rest assured they’ll have all the news, as it happens, fast and furious.