Category: Real Estate & Development News

Bradenton Herald: Bradenton Officials Grant Extension to Developer of Old Manatee Inns Site on 14th Street West

Bradenton Herald: Bradenton Officials Grant Extension to Developer of Old Manatee Inns Site on 14th Street West

April 13, 2016 | By

This article was originally published by the Bradenton Herald (April 13, 2016). BRADENTON — A week after the Bradenton Downtown Development Authority recommended giving Beneficial Communities another year to secure tax credits to develop the old Manatee Inns site in the 1400 block of 14th Street West, the Bradenton City Council on Wednesday followed suit. The […]

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Bradenton Herald: Effort to Redevelop Bradenton’s 14th Street West Project Recommended to Continue

Bradenton Herald: Effort to Redevelop Bradenton’s 14th Street West Project Recommended to Continue

April 5, 2016 | By

This article was originally published by the Bradenton Herald (April 5, 2016). BRADENTON — The Bradenton Downtown Develop Authority will recommend the Bradenton City Council, acting as the Community Redevelopment Agency, continue to work with Sarasota-based Beneficial Communities to redevelop the old Manatee Inns site on 14th Street West into an 80-unit live-and-work community. The council […]

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Bradenton Herald: Bradenton Downtown Development Authority Approves Purchase Agreement for Old Manatee Inns Property

Bradenton Herald: Bradenton Downtown Development Authority Approves Purchase Agreement for Old Manatee Inns Property

July 29, 2015 | By

This article was originally published by the Bradenton Herald (July, 29 2015). BRADENTON — The Bradenton Downtown Development Authority has recommended selling the old Manatee Inns property on 14th Street West to Beneficial Communities for $700,000. Beneficial attorney Casey Colburn of Sarasota’s Colburn Law Firm made final modifications to the agreement. The DDA wants to retain […]

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Florida Green Building Law: NASCAR Goes Green

Florida Green Building Law: NASCAR Goes Green

July 23, 2013 | By

This blog post originally appeared on FloridaGreenBuildingLaw.com (July 23, 2013). Hello, Race Fans! Anyone who follows auto racing knows that fuel strategy is key to success on the track.  Florida-based NASCAR is attempting to separate itself from the pack by adding electric car charging stations to its LEED Gold Daytona Headquarters. NASCAR, of course, isn’t […]

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Sarasota Patch: Casey Colburn on Florida Green Building Law CLE Panel

Sarasota Patch: Casey Colburn on Florida Green Building Law CLE Panel

June 4, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

This article originally appeared on Sarasota.Patch.com (March 6. 2013). SARASOTA, FL – Casey Colburn, LEED AP, a shareholder and land development attorney with Kirk-Pinkerton, P.A., will present a live Continuing Legal Education (CLE) panel presentation on Florida Green Building Law as part of the Florida Bar’s 6th Annual Construction Law Institute in Orlando this weekend. Colburn […]

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SRQ Magazine: Green Building Roundtable 2009 (7/1/09)

SRQ Magazine: Green Building Roundtable 2009 (7/1/09)

June 4, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

This article was originally published in SRQ Magazine (July 2009). At the law firm Kirk-Pinkerton, P.A., shareholder Casey Colburn helps clients focus on the Triple Bottom Line, doing what’s right for people and the planet while still turning a profit. It’s a three-pronged approach to sustainability and one Kirk-Pinkerton’s employees follow with pride. As a […]

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SRQ Magazine: Green Innovators (7/1/10)

SRQ Magazine: Green Innovators (7/1/10)

June 3, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

This article was originally published in SRQ Magazine (July 2010). Kirk-Pinkerton, P.A. Casey Colburn, Attorney/Shareholder, LEED AP; William Robertson, Civil Trial Attorney/Shareholder Casey Colburn championed sustainable thinking decades before green practices entered the main stream. As a law student at the University of Pittsburgh, he studied environmental issues and regularly argued with his law school […]

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Herald-Tribune: New SNN show to highlight local real estate (4/18/13)

Herald-Tribune: New SNN show to highlight local real estate (4/18/13)

June 3, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

This article originally appeared on HeraldTribune.com (April 18, 2013) SNN Local News will air the first episode tonight of its new weekly real estate TV show hosted and produced by Candice McElyea, president of 360 Degrees PR. The show is dubbed “Get Real! Estate on the Suncoast.” The paid advertiser will feature local businesses and properties […]

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Herald-Tribune: Woman’s nightmare with county building officials ‘keeps going on’ (10/10/12)

Herald-Tribune: Woman’s nightmare with county building officials ‘keeps going on’ (10/10/12)

October 10, 2012 | By

This article was originally published on www.heraldtribune.com (October 10, 2012). When Susanna Stock set out to remodel her new home on Siesta Key, she wanted more room to take care of her aging father. That was five years ago. Her father is in a nursing home now. He never did move to Siesta Key. Stock’s […]

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The New York Times: Time Is Running Out for a Celebrated Building (06/21/08)

The New York Times: Time Is Running Out for a Celebrated Building (06/21/08)

June 21, 2008 | By

This article originally  appeared at NYTimes.com (June 21,2008) Of the many Modernist buildings Paul Rudolph designed in Sarasota, Fla., his stomping ground in the 1940s and ’50s, Riverview High School is among the most influential. Not only is it a classic example of his early Sarasota style, with clean, horizontal planes; natural lighting; and inventive sunshades to […]

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