Here’s what happened to the workforce apartments proposed for Edge Central

When St. Petersburg City Council member Brandi Gabbard got her first look at a term sheet for the EDGE Central project, the planned $70 million mixed-use development that will replace the former police headquarters at 1300 1st Ave. N., one of her first questions was, “What happened to the workforce housing?”

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St. Pete City Council approves new zoning category to spur ‘missing middle’ housing

St Petersburg City Council has unanimously approved the creation of a Neighborhood Traditional Mixed Residential (NTM) zoning category, paving the way for “missing middle” housing like duplexes, triplexes and skinny homes to be built in St. Petersburg neighborhoods.

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St. Pete real estate developer pumps profit back into the community

Salt Palm Development will use half of its profit on its latest real estate project to benefit the St. Petersburg community.

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Our favorite moments from the first #CarFreeStPete scavenger hunt

“The point of the Car-Free St. Pete Scavenger Hunt is to help residents break the seal of getting around in their car alone for every trip and provide them with a fun experience of trying a variety of existing transit options instead.”

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A conversation with Jobsite Theatre’s David M. Jenkins (audio)

Actor, director, designer, administrator and a really good judge of talent, David M. Jenkins wears all the badges necessary to serve as producing artistic director of a regional professional theater.

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The Shuffle

Jeff Bak


The Hustle

Beth Shaw (I Heart Finish Lines)

Beth Shaw began her running career as an athlete and blogger ("The Discombobulated Runner") in 2009. Thanks to a push from a friend-turned-client, Shaw made the jump from blogger to full-time endurance coach in 2015.

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Meet the entrepreneur behind Ignite, the business accelerator at Factory 114 in Tampa

Mainstreet businesses often need just as much help to grow successfully as do technology startups.

That’s the thinking behind Ignite, a business accelerator for service companies such as real estate brokers and agents, CPAs, attorneys, financial advisors, HVAC firms and other service providers.

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Joe Bourdow
Radio St. Pete

Focus: On This Day

Tackling the housing crisis: Should St. Pete undo 50-year-old regulations?

One year ago today, our managing editor wrote this piece, about how St. Petersburg could change its zoning laws, allowing duplexes, triplexes and skinny homes to provide "missing middle" affordable housing.

Last night, St. Pete City Council unanimously approved a new zoning category for that exact purpose.

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ICYMI: Sarasota TiE Event

Sarah Hand, Dave Chitester, Rich Heruska, Kevin Burgoyne, Peter Nealis.

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