November 2017 Contents
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Forget climate change histrionics; the seas around Florida have been rising for eons. How quickly they rise over the next 100 years, however, will pose a host of challenges for the state...
Not much. The difference between a 1½-inch rise in sea level and a 3½-inch rise is less than the daily tidal variation.
Property owners, taxpayers and investors begin to feel the heat in this period.
Millennial Floridians will be living in a Florida much changed from that of their youth.
Much of Naples, Fort Myers and Cape Coral are under the sea.
Sea-level rise; Tampa/Hillsborough; and a fitness update.
“Being a businessman, hands down, is harder than being a boxer.”
Pearls of Wisdom
Many good things come from Florida waters, most deliciously the oyster.
New Legal Waters
Hinshaw & Culbertson have formed a practice group to deal with climate change-related issues.
If property insurance rates go up, don't blame Irma.
As a lawsuit against Marriott Vacations wound its way through the courts, the company and the timeshare industry tried to undermine the suit getting the Legislature to change the law that provided the basis for the suit.
Since 2015, 350 companies have invested more than $1.9 billion and created nearly 29,000 jobs in Tampa and Hillsborough County, according to the local economic development commission.
LEEDing the Way
Since its founding in 2000, the Florida Green Building Coalition has certified more than 16,000 commercial and residential projects statewide.
Around the State
The country's industrial real estate market is among the nation's hottest.
Fort Lauderdale's beach strip gets remade again.
A Seffner firm is putting some of Hurricane Irma's spoils to use.
Cruise revenue pushes Port Canaveral toward $100 million.
Off the Waterfront
Hopes are high for the latest effort to redevelop four downtown properties.
Roe to Go
A south Florida company sets up a caviar operation in Jackson County.
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