A Social Change Center is coming to the South Side Community Redevelopment Area. On Friday, the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg announced its major investment into the South St. Petersburg Community, with a 10-year lease on a 23,250 square-foot retail space at 2333 34th Street South. The facility will drive the Foundation’s mission: “To end differences in health equity due to social or structural disadvantages, and to improve population health.”
Between Clearwater and Fort De Soto, hundreds of thousands of people will descend on Pinellas County beaches this Fourth of July holiday. It’s a good bet that lots and lots of them will stop in for a snack, or a cold drink, at the venerable Paradise Grille on Pass-a-Grille Beach.
An historic building, it’s the only concession stand located directly on the beach, across Gulf Way from other Pass-a-Grille businesses.
The St. Pete Beach City Commission voted in May not to extend the lease agreement with Michael Janacek, owner of Paradise Sweets (a confection shop also located in Pass-a-Grille).
Dreaming up a city that is affordable to thrive in, creating an environment to share and collaborate your gifts and talents, along with helping to push our community to a more resilient and sustainable future.
Venture-capital funding for blockchain start-ups consistently grew and were up to $1 billion in 2017.3 The blockchain-specific investment model of initial coin offerings (ICOs), the sale of cryptocurrency tokens in a new venture, has skyrocketed to $5 billion.