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ICYMI: A Bite-Sized Roundup Of Tampa Bay Happenings This Week

Been busy? Grab a coffee and have a quick scan through our bite-sized round-up of happenings near our hubs in Tampa Bay this week. We installed two new bike share stations in downtown Tampa this weekend. Franklin at Henderson provides easy access to Hidden Springs Ale Works and the soon-to-open Hall on Franklin (more on • Read More »


Four Proposals Made For The Lease Of Former Manhattan Casino

Four proposals from parties interested in leasing the former Manhattan Casino, a city-owned space located at 642 22nd Street South, have been made. The 1.34-acre site features more than 15,000 square feet and 70 parking spaces. The two-story main building contains approximately 12,000 square feet, including a built out restaurant on the first floor. The • Read More »



The Downtown Looper In St. Pete Expands Route And Hours

The Downtown Looper will expand its route and hours in October 2018 thanks to a $900,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation. The Looper, which is run by the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership, the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and the City of St. Petersburg, currently loops through through the downtown core, making stops at • Read More »


ICYMI: A Bite-Sized Roundup Of Tampa Bay Happenings This Week

Been busy? Grab a coffee and have a quick scan through our bite-sized round-up of happenings near our hubs in Tampa Bay this week. St. Pete’s first Bicycle Friendly business, Black Crow Coffee, has teamed up with Sunscreen Film Society and Cinema Squatch to show the season two premiere of Stranger Things during a one-off • Read More »


ICYMI: A Bite-Sized Roundup Of Tampa Bay Happenings This Week

Been busy? Grab a well-deserved Friday afternoon coffee and have a quick read through our bite-sized round-up of happenings around our hubs in Tampa Bay this week. St. Pete St. Petersburg’s 3 Daughters Brewing is one of 17 national finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Dream Big Small Business of the Year” award. The • Read More »


Construction Expected To Begin On New St. Pete Pier This Month

From its humble beginnings as a railroad trestle devoted to the delivery of goods into the city from Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg’s pier has seen a number of changes over its storied 100-year lifespan. Among other designs, the city has known the “Million Dollar” pier with its Mediterranean revival architecture, as well as the famed • Read More »