Top articles of the week from June 21 to June 25

Top articles of the week from June 21 to June 25

2021-06-29T18:03:34-04:00June 25th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Miami

1. opens in a new windowFace Off: Professional perspectives on the growth and future of their industry

While most businesses questioned how to best navigate the changing regulatory, legal, and tax landscape at the onset of the pandemic, it was the professional services sector that was there to provide guidance and help answer those questions. Now as Florida and the country begin to slowly close the chapter on COVID-19, many of those same firms are asking questions of their own as uncertainty remains around what the future may hold.

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philadelphia

2. opens in a new windowNext up: Four mixed-use projects that will be transformative for Philadelphia

As one of the nation’s preeminent hubs of economic activity and growth, Philadelphia is no stranger to continuous development. And while there is a great deal of construction currently underway in the city, there are a few select developments that are being positioned as transformative for both the local economy and surrounding communities. The following are four of the most significant mixed-use developments currently underway in the Greater Philadelphia region.

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raleigh

3. opens in a new windowRising tide lifts all ships: Wake towns experience healthy growth despite ongoing pandemic

As the aftermath of the pandemic continues to rearrange and disrupt the business landscape across most of North Carolina, Wake County remains a powerhouse for business expansion and population growth in the state. Though anchored by dynamic, business-friendly cities such as Raleigh and Durham, peripheral Wake County towns and communities just outside of the Research Triangle are positioned to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 disruption.

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concert

4. opens in a new windowThe Queen City gears up for a strong event season

From hosting a music legend on his farewell tour to rock, country and Latin American music stars, Charlotte’s travel and hospitality sector is ready to stop singing the blues as it prepares to host some of music’s biggest acts in the coming months and in 2022. After a disruptive cycle, the Queen City is lining up an impressive list of performances at Bank of America Stadium and the Spectrum Center.

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Tampa airport

5. opens in a new windowTravel plans this summer? TPA is ready

Whether traveling in or out of Tampa Bay this summer, Tampa International Airport (TPA) is making sure it’s ready for the onslaught of arrivals and departures. The airport has made the most of the pandemic by advancing its construction projects and getting ahead on other key projects while airlines have also announced the debut of new routes.

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