September 2015 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
By the end of 2013, Florida had passed New York as the third most populous state. And the Sunshine State's population will top 20 million this year.
The Villages embodies Florida's "graying" trend but not the trend toward diversity: Sumter County is the only Florida County where the share of Hispanics fell from year 2000 to 2010.
Foley Timber & Land worked with Taylor County residents to craft a thoughtful master plan for development. But will the plan survive now that the landowner has decided to sell?
Up Front - Publisher's Column
Florida's strong growth
Now that Florida has passed the 20-million population mark, what are the implications?
Cashing in on the Fountain of Youth
"Magical" waters tied to Ponce de Leon can be found throughout Florida.
"It would be a disaster to overemphasize STEM. I'm not against STEM, but we need to teach the arts, too, maybe now more than ever."
Long layovers can turn road warriors into frequent grumblers... Relief has arrived at some Florida airports.
Florida lawmakers' 'sprinkle fund'
No matter how much they're paid or how much they accomplish, many women attorneys deal with misconceptions and slights based solely on their gender
OF COUNSEL - Florida Law
Does the First Amendment protect anonymous online speech if it's not true?
Orlando City Soccer Club behaves like a real business
"With all due respect to the U.S. women's World Cup soccer team and its world championship run, my favorite sports story this summer was a soccer story from Florida..."
Sarasota County Portrait
Traditionally, Sarasota and its economy have been defined by a large population of affluent retirees, highly rated beaches and a vibrant arts scene — the legacy of, among others, circus legend John Ringling and his wife, Mable.
Around the State - Real Estate
Update: Landlord Inc.
Investment groups that bought clusters of foreclosed homes as the market bottomed are staying in the rental business.
Low density attraction
Tiny Bay Harbor Islands is the hot new waterfront location.
Just two words sum up the real estate markets from Broward north to Indian River: "Very strong."
WCI is building and marketing homes in 45 neighborhoods in 16 master-planned communities.
Plans resume for a massive housing development in Lake County.
Low inventory is spurring a surge in building.
High sales prices are taking many homes off the rental market.
The Melting Pot dips into foreign markets
A Florida restaurant chain adapts for overseas markets.
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