NY developer expects to break ground on downtown St. Pete project this year

Red Apple Group expects to spend $250 million to $300 million on its planned 50-story condo and hotel development at 400 Central Ave. in downtown St. Petersburg.

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St. Pete gives thumbs up for new hotel in Grand Central District

A seven-story, 131-room hotel with one of the hottest brands in the business is expected to open by the end of the first quarter 2020 in St. Petersburg’s Grand Central District.

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Meet one of the top women in M&A in Tampa Bay

An opportunity to tap into a fast-growing investment banking firm led veteran dealmaker Beth Cahill to join Skyway Capital Markets in Tampa.

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At 'State of the Bay' Kriseman, Cretekos and Buckhorn talk transit

Mayors Rick Kriseman of St. Petersburg, George Cretekos of Clearwater, and Bob Buckhorn of Tampa came together to share thoughts on their respective cities during the “State of the Bay” event at Feather Sound Country Club. This was the trio’s third appearance and the last that will include Buckhorn, whose term is set to end May 1.

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Freak out: Dance music legend Nile Rodgers at the Mahaffey tonight

You might not recognize the name Nile Rodgers, but it’s a virtual lock that you’ve heard – and enjoyed – some of his well-crafted, groove-laden recordings. And whether you’ve got vinyl, CDs, mp3s or even rattling old cassettes, there’s very likely something with his name on it in your music collection.

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The Shuffle

Craig Fulton


The Hustle

Daniel Fleischbein (Tampa Bay Water Bike Co.)

Operating since 2014, Tampa Bay Water Bike Company provides a unique way for tourists and locals alike to explore downtown Tampa from a different vantage point - the Hillsborough River.

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Renker Eich Parks Architects

Since 1985, Renker Eich Parks Architects has been on the leading edge of architectural practice in Tampa Bay.

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Jill St. Thomas
Tampa Bay Tech

Focus: Things

The ‘Marie Kondo Effect’ Comes at a Weird Time for Thrift Stores [City Lab]

Netflix’s hit show has everyone tidying up, but that's not the only reason second-hand stores are being flooded with donations.

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These Are the 50 Best Places in America for Starting a Business [Inc.]

Whether you're an entrepreneur plotting to launch a startup or a CEO strategizing where to put another office, knowing where the next hot city is would be a game changer. Should you expand to Raleigh? Would you attract better talent in Austin or Atlanta?

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