December 8, 2019

Southwest Florida Roundup

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens $92-million expansion plan scrapped

Art Levy | 11/26/2019

An expansion plan that would have doubled Marie Selby Botanical Gardens’ green space and added a roof-top restaurant/ garden and parking garage to the waterfront attraction failed after city officials decided the project was out of scale with the surrounding residential neighborhood.

This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; Jennifer O. Rominiecki; Green Point Research; Palmetto Ridge Cattle Co.; Tampa Bay Chamber; VoltAir Consulting Engineers; Heights Early Learning and Education Center; RCC Pinellas; Saint Leo University; Timothy McCausland; Inn of Fifth & Club Level Suites; CAE USA; Roper Technologies; AR Homes; Grove at Wesley Chapel; Steve Hayes; Bishop Museum of Science and Nature

 

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