Build-to-rent homes more than double in Tampa Bay in five years

Nationally, build-to-rent houses are rapidly increasing.Original Article

St. Petersburg waterfront home hits the market for $7.2 million

The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home has an elevator, a four-car garage, a fitness room and a built-in fish tank wall.Original Article

Developer proposes affordable housing on city-owned site near Tropicana Field

A prior proposal from Third Lake Partners triggered an open bid process for the property, but a long-term lease could give Third Lake control of the property regardless of the city's RFP process.Original Article

Leasing for Arya apartments in St. Pete to begin this winter

The garden-style apartments are being built at 54th Avenue N and Fourth Street.Original Article

Workers aren’t relocating for new jobs anymore — and not just because of remote work

Taking a new job and moving across the country is becoming a relic from the prepandemic era. Remote work isn't the only factor fueling the trend.Original Article

Miami, Tampa top housing price hikes

Miami and Tampa were the only Florida markets included in the analysis.Original Article

Atlanta developer expects fourth-quarter opening for Polk County luxury apartments

Alta Citron will include 324 apartments with one- to three-bedroom floor plans.Original Article

Regulators approve $1.25B in credit lines for Citizens Property Insurance

Citizens could tap into the money if needed to help pay claims and expenses for what is known as its personal-lines account, which includes homeowners’ policies.Original Article

Suffolk Construction embraces tech to remain on schedule and on budget

Projects are becoming increasingly complicated both due to the shifting market and compressed labor, causing developers to find ways to creatively minimize risks.Original Article

Column: How amendment to SB 4D could provide relief for Florida condo owners

Nearly 1.5 million condominiums across the state will have to scramble to meet the costly and cumbersome new certification requirements.Original Article