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A home for sale, 541 Locklie Street, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
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Memorial Park Cemetery was established in 1919. It was abandoned a century later.
Nearly $6.5 million earmarked for affordable units and to assist households facing evictions
The ruling comes after residents asked the court to halt construction on the 194-home project.

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  1. A home for sale, 541 Locklie Street, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
  2. Memorial Park Cemetery is seen Wednesday, May 5, 2021 in Tampa. The cemetery opened in 1919.
  3. The U.S. Department of Treasury is sending an additional $6.5 million to the Tampa Bay area to help families facing evictions. [SUSAN TAYLOR MARTIN | Times]
  4. A Hillsborough Circuit Court judge barred Taylor Morrion from selling homes or lots in its ongoing development off Patterson Road in Keystone.
  5. This is a rendering of the mansion for Kiran Patel and his family, which is being constructed in Carrollwood and will be the largest home in Hillsborough County.
  6. Boulon Brasserie, a new modern French American restaurant, opened Tuesday at Water Street Tampa.
  7. A rendering of 50 Plus 1 Sports' plan to redevelop St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field as the Historic Gas Plant District.
  8. A rendering of Pendry Tampa, set to debut on the Riverwalk in 2024.
  9. A rendering of the Tropicana Field redevelopment plan proposed by Restoration Associates. The team has provided an option to renovate the 33-year-old ballpark.
  10. This rendering filed with the city of Tampa shows Ybor Harbor, a mixed-use development proposed for 33 acres enveloping the northern end of the Ybor Channel, southeast of Channelside Drive and Adamo Drive in Tampa. The project would include a marina, public pier and boardwalk, along with more than 2,500 residences, 140,000 square feet of office space and 292,000 square feet of retail space.
  11. A worker pressure-washes a driveway at a new home in the Silver Ridge subdivision under construction in Palm Harbor on Dec. 28. Florida led the nation in population growth in 2022, and economists with the Florida Chamber of Commerce believe millions more will arrive in the next few years, buoying the state's economy if the U.S. enters a recession.
  12. Solar panels purchased through the Property Assessed Clean Energy program are shown in Ruskin in 2019. Pinellas County, unlike some others in Tampa Bay, has never had a much-decried residential program, but commissioners are considering whether expanding its commercial program would be a boon to affordable housing.
  13. Netflix's new reality show, "Perfect Match," features sexy singles that previously starred in the network's other unscripted shows. Two "Selling Tampa" stars will participate.
  14. A headshot of LaShawn Bates, JLL's Central Florida market director.
  15. A rendering of 50 Plus 1 Sports' plan to redevelop St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field as the Historic Gas Plant District. Mayor Ken Welch asked developers bidding for the contract to make affordable housing a priority. That will make financing the project far more difficult, experts say.
  16. Jon Clifford, 60, of Brandon, who works as a security guard at J.C. Newman Cigar Co., shows the tobacco plants he’s grown in the Tampa company’s parking lot.
  17. This home at 48 Adalia Dr. in Tampa sold for $12.3 million in 2022. It has six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
  18. The Church of Scientology's Flag Building, upper left, stands out in downtown Clearwater, where negotiations between the city and church on a land swap have yielded no visible results.
  19. The Red and Blue Clubhouse at Streamsong Resort in Bowling Green is part of the Mosaic Co.'s $160 million sale of the resort, built on 7,000 acres of former phosphate mining land in 2012.
  20. Over the summer, the resident-shareholders of Caribbean Isles, a 55-and-older mobile home community in Largo, decided to sell the property to a corporate buyer.
  21. The John’s Pass boardwalk is seen on Thursday, June 16, 2022, in Madeira Beach.
  22. Allen Cohen and Carol Cohen started Coastal Hosts property management after renting their own house out on Airbnb.
  23. A rendering of the apartment complex proposed for the former Raytheon site in St. Petersburg.
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