It’s time to imagine something new in place of Tropicana Field and St. Petersburg city leaders are considering eight different redevelopment plans for the area.
Off North Lemon Avenue in Sarasota's Rosemary District, a piece of vacant land will soon be transformed.
A directive from the Centers for Disease Control to temporarily halt evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic does not seem to protect renters in court. In some cases, including in Hillsborough County, eviction orders are being issued and carried out.
The city of St. Petersburg and the Florida Department of Transportation are looking at possibly removing or shortening Interstate 175.
Many landlords are cringing after Florida’s governor again extended the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures.
A report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition says Florida is the 12th most expensive state for renters.
Some tenants are concerned they could soon be forced out of their homes. With the moratorium on evictions set to expire on July 1, some are still out of work and without any unemployment assistance, making it nearly impossible to make their monthly rent payments.
A call to end economic disparity was heard in Tampa City Council Thursday.
Workers in Ruskin are building homes for average families, but they're not average homes. They are advertised as zero-energy homes, which means they produce as much energy as they use over the course of a year, using roof-mounted solar power arrays and energy-saving construction.