The verdict is in: Orlando’s domestic tourism industry is primed for a boom. Two early indicators of what lies ahead were the stark increase in spring break tourism numbers and Orlando being the top destination in the U.S. for March.
After a tumultuous year, things are finally starting to return to normal in the Nashville region.
While Miami and most of Florida’s real estate market is seeing record prices and high demand, developers such as Coral Gables-based Century Homebuilders are looking to the periphery of Florida City to find areas that could be affordable for potential buyers.
Tampa Bay’s tourism and hospitality sectors are returning to normal, and in some cases exceeding past performance. The renewed vigor is surprising and welcomed after a year where these industries came to a complete standstill.
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The decade leading up to 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic was a booming era for Charlotte. Anchored by the region’s reputation as a banking hub, access to talent and business-friendly climate, developers, construction leaders and investors fueled the growth of Charlotte proper and the surrounding counties to meet the needs of the rapidly expanding market.
Palm Beach has long been known as a retail oasis. After the COVID-19 pandemic’s e-commerce boom suggested an end for many brick and mortar stores, in-person retailers braced for the spring season. However, between the helpful influx of new Florida residents, visitors and long-time residents alike seeking an outlet and a wardrobe refresh, retail has surged and people are again walking Palm Beach’s shopping strips.