Wednesday, 21 March 2018 00:00

In the Weeds: On Sidewalks and Salt

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ISSUE - I’m writing this column because I’m pretty salty. My street doesn’t have a sidewalk, and it’s not going to get one.

Public Private Partnership could repair or replace city's Eastside parking garage downtown, creating as many as 1,100 new parking spots for downtown and future Loews Hotel.

Renovations begin on the long-abandoned 34,000 SF Coca-Cola bottling plant on South Monroe.

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. 

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 10:56

In the Weeds: A Moment About Blight

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ISSUES - This is the first column I am writing for UT, and I am drunk with power.

RESIDENTIAL - Today marks the beginning of a transformative downtown development. 

Friday, 09 March 2018 13:12

Mosley Place continues rebirth of an urban enclave Featured

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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.

HOTELS - This just in... a segment of Adams Street between Park Avenue and College Avenue is to be closed to thru-traffic for a period of almost 9 months.

RESTAURANTS - There is something particularly exciting about re-purposing space for new use. But when you can see a new purpose in something that has been long overlooked, well... you become transformational.

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