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Renderings of the proposed Anclote Harbor Apartments are seen in this image taken from video. A three-judge panel has upheld the city's 2021 approval of the project amid a legal challenge from Concerned Citizens of Tarpon Springs.
The ruling rejects a lawsuit alleging the city and developer violated code with the 2021 approvals.
The 13-story boutique hotel’s plan for an onsite valet lot rankled nearby business owners worried about traffic.
Prices for the reinsurance policies that help insurers pay claims are expected to rise more than 10%, with Florida to feel the impact.
The scheme sheds light on flaws in Florida’s business filing system

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  1. Renderings of the proposed Anclote Harbor Apartments are seen in this image taken from video. A three-judge panel has upheld the city's 2021 approval of the project amid a legal challenge from Concerned Citizens of Tarpon Springs.
  2. This rendering from St. Petersburg developers Eastman Equity Holdings shows a proposed 13-story, 114-room hotel at 1111 Central Ave.
  3. A home in Fort Myers is inundated with flood waters on Sept. 29, 2022, after Hurricane Ian. A report out on Wednesday predicted higher reinsurance rates as insured claims of up to $55 billion will make the storm "one of the costliest natural catastrophe events ever.”
  4. Landlord Lisa Tamplin, 64, of Trinity, right, along with her tenant Amanda Snyder, 33, and Snyder’s daughter Arya Snyder, 6, pose for a photo Monday, Nov. 21, 2022 at Snyder’s home in Holiday. A Pasco County Man is facing charges for trying to sell a home that wasn’t his.
  5. A damaged home caused by Hurricane Ian was seen along Fort Myers Beach on Monday, October 3, 2022.
  6. A rendering of the 3D-printed home planned for 7509 S Shamrock Road in Tampa. The home is listed for $599,300.
  7. This 0.3 acre lot at 202 Blanca Ave. sold for $9 million last week.
  8. A rendering of Peak Surf Park which owner Tony Miller is looking to bring to Tampa Bay.
  9. A group tied to the Philadelphia Phillies has purchased this property at 21688 U.S. 19 N in Clearwater, directly south of BayCare Ballpark.
  10. "Selling Tampa" won't be returning for a second season on Netflix.
  11. Willie Nelson will perform March 3 at the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City.
  12. Karla Correa, 22, an organizer with the St. Petersburg Tenants Union, advocates for rent control outside City Hall during a sleep-in protest on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, in St. Petersburg. Organizers want City Council to declare a housing state of emergency and to put rent control on the November election ballot.
  13. Ryan Fouche, Aaron Schaub and Coral Carrasquillo will soon open La Setima, a new natural wine bar on the corner of E Seventh and Nebraska avenues in Ybor City.
  14. Miami-based developer LD&D unveiled plans this week to build a 28-story, 365-unit luxury apartment building in Tampa’s Encore redevelopment district.
  15. An exterior view of the Tomlinson Building, 296 Mirror Lake Drive N. in downtown St. Petersburg on Wednesday. The Pinellas County School District has issued a request for proposals to redevelop the property and manage it as teacher and staffer housing.
  16. This is the pool and patio of the house on Sunset Drive in St. Petersburg.
  17. The Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel, shown here in 2015, has sold to an arm of New York's Apollo Global Management for $45 million.
  18. A rendering from St. Petersburg developers Eastman Equity Holding shows the proposed 13-story, 114-room hotel at 1111 Central Ave.
  19. Andrew Daniels is the head of blockchain development for the New Wealth CoLab, a real estate investment group that also hosts its own collaborative working space in Tampa.
  20. The Bromley Companies, developers of Tampa's $1 billion Midtown Tampa project, are planning a new 16-story, 400,000-square-foot office tower that is expected to open by late 2024.
  21. The Bromley Companies, developers of Tampa's $1 billion Midtown Tampa project, have announced a new 16-story, 400,000-square-foot office tower, Midtown East, will break ground by late 2022 and open by 2024.
  22. Last year, when rates hovered around 3.1%, new homeowners in Tampa could expect to pay around $1,100 a month. Now the average mortgage payment is around $2,100.
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