Here’s how far a $50,000 salary can stretch in Tampa

Tampa ranks poorly in rent, transportation and housing, the report finds.Original Article

A generational tug-of-war is hampering the housing market — and limiting buyers’ options

Looking to buy a home? A series of confounding factors is creating immense challenges for buyers — and the problems may just be starting.Original Article

Kolter begins construction on amenity deck at Art House in St. Pete

The 42-story tower is being built in downtown St. Petersburg and will have 244 condominiums.Original Article

A $1.78B verdict flooded the real estate world with lawsuits. Defendants have a pricey decision to make.

The potential downside of future jury verdicts could cost companies far more than what real estate giants to date have paid to settle claims against them.Original Article

$63M affordable housing project to break ground in Tampa’s West River district

The two towers will combine to add almost 200 affordable units to the West River waterfront.Original Article

South Florida developer breaks ground on Osprey apartments

The 252-unit complex is planned south of downtown Sarasota.Original Article

Pinellas backs redevelopment of St. Pete hospital into affordable housing

The county has agreed to help fund the redevelopment plan from the St. Petersburg Housing Authority.Original Article

‘Vibrant’: Gateway Jax CEO Bryan Moll discusses future of Jacksonville

The Business Journals recently spoke with Gateway Jax CEO Bryan Moll about the $2 billion project the developer has underway in downtown Jacksonville — and what lessons he learned working in Tampa that apply now.Original Article

Sales launch for mixed-use project in St. Pete’s Grand Central district

Pricing will start at $1.395 million for Ad Lofts, which will soon begin construction along Central Avenue.Original Article

Mark Metheny of Homes by WestBay on what’s ahead for Florida homebuilders

Impact fees. Interest rates. Insurance costs. Here's how a 20-plus year Florida homebuilding veteran sees the market.Original Article