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back October 04th 2022
The Wall Street Journal

In a Letter to the Editor of the Wall Street Journal, BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone discusses how the lack of developable/ready-to-build land is one of the main factors fueling a housing crisis in Florida.

back February 26th 2023

In an interview with GrowthSpotter, BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone discussed the firm’s role in developing some of the biggest master-planned communities in Central Florida, where it has planted a $43 million flag on Polk County’s U.S. 27 corridor.

back July 14th 2023
Capital Analytics Associates

In an interview with Invest:, Dominic Pickering, BTI Partners’ executive director for the West Coast of Florida, emphasized the importance of Marina Pointe’s Tower I in South Tampa’s transformation into a luxury market.

back July 11th 2023
CBS News

Florida is currently grappling with high inflation and surging housing costs, leading to an uptick in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the state.

back May 09th 2023

South Tampa has transformed significantly, as BTI Partners’ Marina Pointe, a new luxury condo complex situated on the 52-acre Westshore Marina District, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Tower I.

back March 28th 2023
Globe St.

BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone says that while there might be plenty of available land in Jacksonville’s real estate market, the readiness of such land for home construction is not guaranteed.

back March 13th 2023
Business Observer

BTI Partners sold the retail portion of Westshore Marina District in South Tampa, a 70,000-square-foot center featuring specialty retailers, to Transcentum LLC for $13 million.

back February 17th 2023
Globe St.

Despite builders facing challenges with high construction costs and supply chain disruptions for building materials, a new report from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) suggests that the housing market may be showing signs of improvement.

back January 27th 2023
Jax Daily Record

BTI Partners has significant development plans for Northeast Florida, paying $116 million for properties in Clay and St. Johns counties to close out 2022.