Join us on June 22, 2022, at the JW Marriott Water Street for the 36th Tampa Downtown Partnership’s Annual Meeting and Luncheon. Hear from keynote speaker, Tami Door, the CEO of Q Factor.
Tami is a nationally-regarded city builder with extensive experience in placemaking, public-private partnerships, and real estate development. Previously serving as the CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership, she helped to steer the city through a period of unprecedented growth.
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A wastewater pipe in Downtown Tampa has corroded, forcing a two-week closure of the intersection of W. Brorein Street and S. Parker Street. Drivers on Brorein Street are encouraged to detour south on Bayshore Boulevard, west on W. Verne Street, and then north on S. Plant Avenue, according to a release.
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The new Moxies is just a short walk from the old one. Moxies Cafe is now open at its new location at 302 E Kennedy Blvd.—only a few blocks away from its previous space at 514 N Tampa St. Although Moxies has moved down the street, the menu features the same made-to-order sandwiches, salads, omelets, breakfast parfaits and wraps, smoothies, and coffee drinks.
The City of Tampa and Tampa City Council are considering possible changes to the current noise ordinance, but would like to first receive feedback from business owners and residents on their current concerns or ideas.
Monday, June 27, 2022
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
George Bartholomew North Tampa Center
8608 N. 12th Street
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Ragan Park Community Center
1200 E. Lake Avenue
Janette Sadik-Khan, former commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation, urged Hillsborough County’s voters to pass the 1% transportation surtax in a speech last Tuesday at the Tampa Theatre.
“Tampa is growing, but it was built for another time and really has not kept up,” Sadik-Khan said. “And you already see that you are in a tough spot. We were talking earlier today with some of the folks in the city: housing and transportation costs eat up 54% of income for people here in Tampa. People spent 40 hours a year on travel. Forty-four people in Tampa die every year on the roads. That’s a higher number than in San Francisco, which is way bigger. Tampa clearly needs a [better] transportation network.”
Join real estate industry experts to discuss the current and projected state of the real estate market in Hillsborough County. This free, informative event will take place at Ybor City’s Cuban Club. Renowned economist Ryan Severino from JLL is headlining with a full line-up of speakers including Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, Bob Henriquez, and opening remarks by Mayor Jane Castor.
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