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First, thank you for visiting. Second, this is a work in progress and any comments would be very welcome. If we haven't listed what you need...send us an email with the specifics and we'll update that section and notify you of the update. We will not keep your email address unless you state you'd like to be informed of future updates. Send comments and request to: comments@urbanflorida.com --thank you, Christopher Fitts, JD, MLS.  

W Plaza and BayWalk, St. Petersburg, Florida

W Plaza Condo (uc) and BayWalk, Downtown, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2007
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The Florida High-Rise and Skyscraper Database has approximately 2400 building listings. The database does not run the site, but our goal is to have the database run the site. The main database is relational and has more than fifteen supporting databases.   Florida high-rise completed between 1950 through 2005 chart --urbanflorida.com -- Christopher Fitts 


The urbanFLORIDA Florida Highrise Database (Stormgrove FHDB) includes pictures, location, and other pertinent data such as name changes and citations for periodical articles referencing the building. The database contains approximately 2,000 buildings that have 11 or more stories. Buildings constructed before 1926 are also included even though they may have fewer than 11 stories.

The Florida high-rise and skyscraper real estate database includes proposed, planned, abandoned, pre-construction, under-construction, and completed high-rise projects and other resources allowing for extensive data-mining. Florida has 67 counties, and with a few exceptions, every county with Atlantic or Gulf exposure has a high-rise tower (or skyscraper). The major cities have skyscrapers: Miami, Tampa, Saint Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Jacksonville, Miami Beach, West Palm Beach, Sarasota; as do the smaller areas: Daytona, Melbourne, Naples, Marco Island, Vero Beach and more. High-rise real estate is prevalent across the state. Most stand tall in clusters of high-rises among Florida's denses population locations where density tends to dictate building height and magnitude of the building's impact on the community. The Florida real estate market is robust (particularily the condo, hotel condo, and luxury hotel markets), and places like Miami-Dade and Pinellas counties where most vacant land has been built-out the only direction for growth is up. Fortunately, redevelopment is good for the economy and the environment. We hope to see high-rise development on the western reaches of Miami-Dade/Broward as a way to halt any additional expansion into the Everglades. The eastern edge of the Everglades should be treated as Miami beachfront property. Additionally, Development projects like this are not appropriate. Please learn more about the concerns of URBAN SPRAWL! Also, check out the density maps for Florida 2060 found in this report, "Florida 2060
Florida Population and Developed Land Projected to Double Over Next 50 Years
," by 1000 Friends of Florida.

 

The Ocean Drive High-Rise Index Rating is not endorsed by Ocean Drive Magazine. The unique algorithm applied to each monthly issue of Ocean Drive is based on certain attributes and parameters as found in each issue. Ocean Drive Magazine does not endorse this site or the formula. The index rating in no respect reflects upon the quality and integrity of Ocean Drive Magazine.

 

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