Founder of UrbanTallahassee.com, T.J. developed this portal to showcase the progress and steady growth of Florida's capitol region. His mission is to inform residents by providing a simple and easy way to follow Tallahassee development with hopes that they become more engaged in enhancing the community we all love. Professionally, T.J. is a Community Planner for the State of Florida. He holds a Masters of Science in Planning (MSP), a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) and a Bachelor of Science in Business from Florida State University.
INSTITUTIONAL - What began as a project to remedy structural damage on the Florida Capitol grounds has potential to be a development that could birth new impressions of a nearly 200-year old Capital City.
RESIDENTIAL - A cluster of new structures, known as Stadium Enclave, can be seen in a triangular wedge of land opposite of Doak Campbell Stadium against the backdrop of an ever evolving Gaines Street. Soon, there will be another.
INSTITUTIONAL - According to reports, the Florida A&M University Board of Trustees Committee has approved a Public-Private-Partnership predevelopment agreement to provide new state-of-the-art housing and new parking options for its main campus.
INSTITUTIONAL - Crews were on the site of the future Florida State University College of Business site, also referred to as Legacy Hall, sampling soils to assess the degree, if any, of potential chemical contamination Thursday, February 15th.
Southern Public House, Fat Noodle shutting its doors
17.06.2018, 12:10 by downtownster (3 replies)