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Tampa Housing Authority picks developer for massive West River project
June 29, 2016

A household name in Florida real estate circles has been selected for a massive redevelopment project in West Tampa. The Tampa Housing Authority on Wednesday announced that it has selected Related Urban Group to redevelop the city’s oldest public housing … Continue reading

Tampa Housing Authority picks Related Group as lead developer on West River project

An upscale Miami developer has been chosen to lead the city’s signature West River redevelopment, a $500 million project intended to expand the revitalization of downtown west of the Hillsborough River. The Tampa Housing Authority’s governing board on Wednesday approved the … Continue reading

Editorial: Change Hillsborough transportation regulation
April 29, 2016

The last thing Hillsborough County needs in its two-year effort to regulate the rideshare companies Uber and Lyft is more needless drama. But County Commissioner Victor Crist seems determined to make himself the center of attention rather than focusing on … Continue reading

Hillsborough commission approves mobility fees, but next vote will be harder
April 26, 2016

The first vote was the easy one. The Hillsborough County Commission on Tuesday night unanimously approved charging developers more to help pay for the county’s mounting transportation costs. The second vote, though, will be the hard one… when the seven commissioners … Continue reading