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A major example is right now with the building boom in St. Pete, the vertical density is booming and that draws a lot of business within a 10-mile radius,” he continued. “In Tampa, it’s a little more suburban. Downtown is starting to come back with residential opportunities, but for many years it’s been a commerce and business area. Only in the past few years has it started booming with development in the urban corridor.”David King – President & CEO
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Most people love the idea of a bright apartment with light filling every room. But many apartments lack the natural light people yearn for. Several factors can make an apartment feel dark, including limited natural light and furniture that doesn’t fit the space. We’ve reached out to experts from Boulder, CO all the way to Philadelphia, PA to share their insights on making an apartment brighter. So whether you’re on an apartment hunt and need ideas, or if you want to freshen up your dark apartment, read on to learn how to conquer the dark.