In case there was any doubt, Brickell is still booming — and one of the last available lots in the highly coveted neighborhood is about to fall.
The Dallas-Fort Worth region is the ninth-most populous city in the country and getting larger every day. With population growth comes challenges, such as providing adequate healthcare. Recent announcements from the sector should help alleviate some of the pressure and boost the available options for all population segments.
On Tuesday, the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance announced the resignation of Kimberly Henderson, its Executive Director of the Employer Office of Inclusion and Advancement. The news is a blow to an ambitious program to improve racial economic equity in the city.
Geothermal energy could become a top source of energy for Philadelphia as city leaders seek to pivot away from fossil fuels and coal, according to discussions at a Philadelphia City Council meeting and a new report published by Philadelphia Gas Works.
After an exceptional year for the industry, banking and financial leaders in Tampa Bay are confident in the region’s economic potential. As an active participant in the process of economic recovery, the industry is doubling down on the efforts to make the city and surrounding areas a national epicenter for business activities. Invest: spoke with local leaders within these sectors about what makes the Tampa Bay region such a unique place to live, play and work.