Q&A: Why Land Redevelopment May Hit Big in Miami

Land redevelopment hasn’t always been a popular option, at least not with neighboring land owners. But that might be changing.GlobeSt.com caught up with Howard E. Nelson, a partner and Environmental

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn kept most campaign promises

By Richard Danielson on Wednesday, November 26th, 2014 at 3:18 p.m. Tampa mayor Bob Buckhorn describes his plan for Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park at a September 2014 news conference. Times photo.

Estero incorporation may impact some development — until March, at least.

ESTERO, Fla. – The incorporation of Estero could create a speed bump for development in the hot south Lee market. The Lee County Department of Community Development will continue handling

USF plans to buy Poynter land in St. Pete

The University of South Florida is moving ahead with a plan to buy a plot of land from the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg. The USF System signed a nonbindingletter of intent

Cape Council talk signs, raises, assessments and blight

The Cape Coral City Council met Monday afternoon. Here’s a capsule look: Who attended: Mayor Marni Sawicki, Council members Rana Erbrick, John Carisocia, Rick Williams, Lenny Nesta, Jim Burch, Richard Leon

PolitiFact Florida’s Buck-O-Meter: Buckhorn kept most campaign promises

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn talks about the Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. The park sits across the river from downtown Tampa and it is getting a makeover. It’s design dates

Florida ballot amendment seeks to fund land conservation

(Reuters) – Florida environmentalists are hoping voters will approve a ballot amendment on Tuesday to fund the purchase and conservation of land critical to protecting the state’s water supply. Amendment

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