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First Tower in Water Street Tampa Breaks Ground

Strategic Property Partners, LLC Has Broken Ground on First Residential Building in Water Street Tampa Neighborhood. 815 Water Street, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, offers the first chance to live in the transformative downtown Tampa development. Read More

Jacksonville Beach Margaritaville Hotel Renderings

A Margaritaville Resort is headed to Jacksonville Beach. The 8-story, 211 room full service hotel will rise next door to the Casa Marina Hotel. It could include a two-story LandShark restaurant, coffee shop, retail space and an exterior beach side pool and outdoor deck. Construction may begin as early as January 2019. Here's a look at the project's conceptual renderings. Read More

Artisan Trend Could Take Small-Time Producers Regional

Artisan food is proving to be good business for a cluster of small-scale producers in the San Marco area. The handcrafted food trend that’s taking hold there could help propel those businesses beyond Jacksonville, according to Mike Field, co-founder of Modern Cities. Read More

5 Gullah Geechee Influences in Modern Day Jacksonville

Historically associated with the Lowcountry region that stretches from Wilmington, North Carolina to St. Augustine, Florida, the Gullah Geechee are descendants of Central and West African ancestors who arrived in America through the transatlantic slave trade. They've had a major impact on the local culture of Jacksonville, which boasts more Gullah Geechee descendants than any other place in the country. Read More

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