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South Florida has long been a landing pad for Northeasterners, but new demand is flourishing in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville.

Tampa’s dining scene is on fire, and 2022 looks like it’ll be adding plenty of fuel. While fast-casual options are trending, restaurateurs also are anticipating pent-up demand for sit-down dining as the industry recovers from the pandemic.

Not even a global pandemic could stop Tampa Bay’s commercial real estate market — from white-hot warehouse sales to office leases signed at a time of unprecedented uncertainty in the workplace environment. The Tampa Bay Business Journal is highlighting those deals and more in its inaugural Best Real Estate Deals awards. BRED honorees will be […]

Arguably Tampa’s most ambitious project, Water Street Tampa is a $3.5-billion walkable, urban community being built on 56 acres in the downtown waterfront area. Imagine living within a 15-minute walk or bike ride from everything you need in a day. This is the future of many of Tampa’s hottest developments. “Mini cities” are emerging from […]

TAMPA — A New York based exercise company is the latest tenant to commit to Marina Landings, the retail development inside the Westshore Marina District. Rock It Cycle has signed a lease for a 1,625-square-foot studio inside the Tampa development and plans to open by the end of the year. According to a press release, […]

With 1,350 miles of beautiful coastline and sunny weather during most of the year, it should come as no surprise that Florida’s real estate market is among the top-performing in the country. And since many people still work remotely due to COVID-19, the Sunshine State is proving to be a particularly attractive place to own […]

Overlooked by developers for decades, downtown Hollywood is finally attracting more projects, leading to more residents and businesses in the city. While Fort Lauderdale to the north and Aventura to the south boomed with new towers, downtown Hollywood and its historic Young Circle didn’t see much major development. While that kept rents more affordable than […]