January 25, 2015

Southwest Florida Roundup

Florida Southern College's Wright Stuff

Art Levy | 2/28/2014

Working from architectural plans created by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938, Florida Southern in Lakeland began work on a 13th Wright building a few years back. But the building won’t be used for faculty housing, as originally intended. Instead, will be home to the Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center, the first stop for visitors wanting to see the campus’s collection of Wright buildings.

Other regional players and newsmakers mentioned in this roundup:

Leslie K. Cook, Geoffrey Greene, Rick Michael, Jim Moore, Michael Kappitt

RND Automation & Engineering, Zemplen Barrels Wineries, Colonial Commons, PFMan, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Gartner, Publix, Air Products and Chemicals, Streamsong Resort, University of South Florida, Hoveround, St. Petersburg College, Isla Del Sol Shoppers Village, Wyndham Tampa Westshore, Weeki Wachee Springs State park and Redi-2-DrinQ

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