Now that Amazon.com has dropped New York City for its HQ2 expansion, odds are other companies will swoop in and take over what would have been some 8 million square feet of space in the Long Island City (LIC) enclave of Queens. That is, unless, Amazon's dealings with local legislators spooked others from wanting to do business there. “I hope today's news doesn't scare away other business and entrepreneurs,” says Julie Samuels, Executive Director, Tech:NYC. Unless, told me. “New York City has so…
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See what each candidate had to say about Tampa's affordable housing.
A mobile home park near the intersection of Gandy and Bayshore boulevards could be converted to apartments.
With no sign of Tampa's rapid growth slowing, the latest housing research shows that affordable housing in the city is still very much a possibility, even as homes steadily increase in price. According to the quarterly research, Metrostudy’s 4Q18 survey of the Tampa housing market, new home starts are up 18.5 percent over 2017's numbers, while the annual start rate for 2018 up 9.6 percent from 2017. Closings for Q4 of 2018 are up 2.5 percent over the previous year, while annual closings were…
A sprawling country estate built for the founder of Lazydays RV is listed for sale at $22 million. Smith & Associates Real Estate, which is representing Lazydays founder and former CEO Don Wallace and his wife, Erika, said Friday that the home, known as The Oaks, is among the largest single-family residences in Hillsborough County. It is four stories, 36,361 square feet and has eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 16 half bathrooms and elevator access to all levels. There's a seven-car garage on the…
Policymakers warn that the housing crisis isn’t a problem technology can solve. Yet it’s intriguing to think what might happen if investors threw money more directly at this goal.
Success is never guaranteed in real estate development — especially when it comes to condominiums — but the team behind Eleve 61 in the Channel district feels pretty good about its chances.
The billionaire developer behind plans for a 50-story mixed-use tower in downtown St. Petersburg knows that everything about his vision for the 400 block of Central Avenue is aggressive. The number of condos. The scale. And his timeline, which would ideally have cranes in the air by fall — a mere eight months away, though a sales campaign for the condos hasn't even kicked off. For John Catsimatidis, whose Red Apple Group is behind the imposing building, none of that matters. “Don’t forget:…
Shares of U.S. builders and real estate groups tumbled as investors digested fresh signs of a housing slowdown.
The condos will be short-term vacation rentals.