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Bradenton to push forward on Historic Ware’s Creek neighborhood infill project

BRADENTON — Bradenton’s Historic Ware’s Creek Neighborhood infill project is back on the move. City clerk Carl Callahan said he will likely have ready by Wednesday’s city council meeting a contract to begin surveying multiple lots bounded by Ninth Avenue West, Ballard Park Drive, Eighth Avenue West and 17th Street West, with two properties encompassing…


How is St. Petersburg’s Sundial shopping center doing on its one-year anniversary?

ST. PETERSBURG — For years, downtown St. Petersburg’s only outdoor shopping center struggled to keep up with the fast-paced cultural changes that were transforming the city’s core. BayWalk, as it was first called, couldn’t keep quality tenants. Shoppers didn’t always feel safe in the fortresslike space sandwiched between First and Second streets at Second Avenue…


Downtown churches being re-rezoned

CRESTVIEW — Two of Crestview’s oldest churches inadvertently shackled from future growth will be unfettered if two re-rezoning ordinances pass a second Crestview City Council reading. The council last week unanimously approved the first of two required public readings of two ordinances amending the city’s comprehensive plan to revert downtown churches to their original zoning.…