Apartment rents are on the rise nationally. Here’s how the Tampa Bay area is faring.

An analysis by The Business Journals found that among 50 of the largest metropolitan statistical areas in the U.S., rents grew more than 10% between the first quarter of 2020 and the third quarter of 2021. Here's how we stack up locally.Original Article

40 under 40: Steve Fiske, iApartments

Steve Fiske is the co-founder/chief product officer at iApartments.Original Article

Designs revealed for St. Pete’s Sankofa Project

The community is being asked to give the Sankofa Vision Group feedback on the designs for St. Pete’s Sankofa Project, the first new construction of the Deuces Rising development.Original Article

Apartments in St. Pete’s historic Kenwood sell for $125 million

It's the latest in a spate of nine-figure apartment sales on both sides of Tampa Bay.Original Article

Tampa real estate maven Andrew Wright buys downtown St. Pete’s Hotel Indigo

Andrew Wright's Ally Capital Group plans to completely transform the property — and a Tampa restaurateur will add a new concept to the hotel.Original Article

First signs of parity in housing market begin to emerge

For more than a year now, many parts of the country have seen home values skyrocket more than 20 percent due to a variety of factors. Finally, signs of an equilibrium may be on the horizon.Original Article

Developer of ONE, Saltaire plans a new 41-story luxury condo tower in downtown St. Pete

The Covid-19 pandemic has only strengthened demand for luxury condos in St. Petersburg, says one of the city's most prolific developers.Original Article

Tampa City Council votes on new code mandating sidewalks

A new code would require developers to pay into a citywide fund if they decide not to build a sidewalk.Original Article

Home affordability index at lowest point since 2008

Buyers in today's market are are all too familiar with the challenges being felt by limited inventory, high demand and rapid home-price appreciation.Original Article

Billionaire developer behind St. Pete’s 400 Central condos expects interest from Northerners ‘tired of cold and criminals’

“I think Northerners are tired of Covid, tired of the cold, they’re tired of criminals, and they’re moving on down," John Catsimatidis told the Business Journal.Original Article