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The 21-story condo tower a South Florida developer proposed on Bayshore Boulevard is moving forward as Hyde Park House. Kolter Group, based in West Palm Beach, has filed a site plan for the project with the city and anticipates a decision on the proposal from the Architectural Review Commission in early February, said Truett Gardner, a partner in law firm Gardner Brewer Martinez-Monfort who represents Kolter. The tower will include 70 units, Gardner said, though the current zoning on the site allows…
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Things have actually been going quite well: unemployment is at its lowest level in decades; employers have added jobs for eight years running; and the economy this year is on track to grow at its fastest pace since 2005. So why are some worrying about the next recession?
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Three Pinellas County men are each facing 20 years in federal prison after they pleaded guilty on Monday to criminal charges connected to a multimillion-dollar real estate scam. Gary Kinard, 40, of St. Petersburg, Martin Steele, 46, of Largo, and Mark Boring, 47, of St. Petersburg each pleaded guilty in the U.S. Middle District Court of Florida to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. The men are facing a maximum of 20 years in prison and a minimum mandatory consecutive…