Kriseman announces ‘For All, From All’ 10-year housing initiative

Kriseman announced a 10-year plan, Wednesday titled “For All, From All” to address housing affordability throughout St. Petersburg. The plan would expand existing programs and implement new tools, including a linkage fee and a revised Floor Area Ratio (FAR) Bonus.

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Major changes ahead for St. Pete’s Commerce Park

Two major players in the global marina industry are poised to make a major investment in Commerce Park, an economically challenged area of south St. Petersburg.

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Kriseman plans more talks with Rays

Mayor Rick Kriseman said he’s in the process of scheduling additional meetings with the leadership of the Tampa Bay Rays, to discuss the Major League Baseball team and its future in St. Petersburg.

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PitchLyst Startup Report #027: Startup Bus with Mitch Neff & Shane Needham

St. Pete Catalyst publisher Joe Hamilton interviews Mitch Neff and Shane Needham on Startup Bus Tampa, launching today.

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In conversation: Amy Harriett Miller, president of the Bill Edwards Foundation for the Arts

There’s a new sheriff in town, and she’s bound and determined to clean things up and set everybody straight.

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The Shuffle

David Seider
Weatherford Capital


The Hustle

Bob Devin Jones (Studio@620)

The Studio@620 is a prolific collaborator and friend with other arts-based organizations in the community, having worked with freeFall Theatre, Your Real Stories Productions and Sunscreen Film Festival, among others.

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Since 2001, Spirion has been an industry leader, protecting customers through a cross-platform approach.

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Sean Kennedy
St. Pete Greenhouse

Focus: Healthcare

Bayfront opens cardiovascular center

Bayfront Health St. Petersburg leaders have opened a new cardiovascular center that will be home to nine physicians in the Bayfront Health Medical Group.

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Starbucks Chases Amazon Into The Cloud With Investment In Tech Startup Brightloom [Forbes]

Since Starbucks said late Monday that it will license its in-house digital technology to startup Brightloom, which sells cloud-based software to the restaurant industry, Brightloom CEO Adam Brotman has been busy fielding requests from restaurants, including major national chains.

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