Jacksonville will soon be home to two hotels: an extended stay Everhome Suites and a Home2Suites by Hilton.
The Bradenton Area Convention Center (formerly known as the Manatee Civic Center) is getting a $48 million expansion.
Index Investment Group has proposed a mixed-use venture in Jupiter, Florida. Flagler’s Wharf (not to be confused with Fisherman’s Wharf) would rest on a now-vacant 2.95-acre lot. The developer purchased the parcel for $2.6 million in 2016. The site previously featured a mobile home park.
More and more wealthy people are moving to Miami Beach, and they want more office space. Enter a new proposal from WPH Properties LLC. The California-based company hopes to get approval for a seven-story building that would offer 33,640 square feet of office space.
St. Petersburg’s Development Review Commission has given the green light to an expansive mixed-use development slated for the Skyway Marina District. Spanning 34.3 acres, the project, known as Skyway Village, is a phased, master-planned endeavor. It involves the demolition of most of the existing 380,000-square-foot office park at 3102 34th Street South, to be replaced by a series of new mid-rise buildings featuring a blend of apartments and walkable community retail. Notably, a Sprouts Farmers Market is set to anchor the retail component. Initially reported by St. Pete Rising, the project was proposed for an underutilized office park, formerly housing Minneapolis-based Ceridian, known for its human resources software and services.