September 21, 2019
Changing downtowns

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Economic Yearbook 2016

Changing downtowns

| 3/28/2016

In Florida, a healthy downtown has become a key indicator of civic vitality. As more residents flock to walkable live/work/play city center and retailers, restaurateurs and companies will follow suit. Orlando has $2.2 billion worth of public and private infrastructure and construction projects. More than 30 projects are under construction or planned for downtown Sarasota, representing more than $692 million. Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik is planning to create a $2-billion, 40-acre mixed-use community in downtown Tampa.

The Economic Yearbook is an in-depth analysis of the economy in each of Florida's regions. There are updates by county, businesses to watch and job statistics. The regions are: • Miami-Dade/MonroeSoutheastSouthwestCentralNortheastNorthwest

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