The downtown districts of many larger U.S. cities are struggling to recover to pre-pandemic levels, however Tampa’s Downtown is in the top ten U.S. cities with the highest recovery quotients, according to the results of a new study from UC Berkeley.
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Tampa’s self-pour taproom The Wicked Pour is officially open on the corner of Marion and Jackson streets, 325 N Florida Ave., Suite B., Tampa, attached to the Hyatt Place Hotel.
There’s no more waiting for a drink. Customers can pour their own beer, cider, sour and wine on tap, try local and unique brews from in and around the Tampa Bay area by the ounce or choose a wine by the bottle.
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Shumaker Loop & Kendrick LLP has renewed its lease in Bank of America Plaza, where it will occupy 60,739 square feet. Shumaker now occupies three full floors in the tower and increased its footprint by 10%. The lease runs through 2037.
Ever wanted to know the more haunting side of Tampa’s history? This spooky season, you’ll be able to find out on downtown’s Pirate Water Taxi.
On select dates through October, patrons will set sail from the Pirate Water Taxi dock at 333 S Franklin St. for an eerie 45-minute tour down the Hillsborough River at 7, 8, or 9 p.m.
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