The store, which specializes in used and antiquarian books, will be around the corner from Pressed Books & Coffee.
New indoor-outdoor tiki bar will expand options for patrons, but officials urge downtown bar owners to keep standards high.
The focal point has been a blank canvas since removal of the controversial Confederate statue in 2019.
After hearing from a company that wants to bring a pedal-powered party vehicle to Lakeland, city commissioners asked their staff to look into the possibility of carving exceptions out of the city’s open-container laws.
Lakeland is losing more than a clothing store — it is also losing a landmark downtown institution. Nathan’s Men’s Store will soon close, but not before finishing what 77-year-old owner Harris Estroff calls a “retirement sale.” Estroff was talking about his own retirement.
A deal to build a nine-story office building on city-owned land on the northwest shore of Lake Mirror is headed to city commissioners Monday for discussion and an expected approval.
Posto 9, an upscale Brazilian gastropub that opened to great fanfare in December 2016 after its owners spent several million dollars to renovate and outfit a historic downtown building, has closed, the owners announced on Facebook this morning.
Ninety-three years after it was built to process and warehouse citrus products, the Cash Feed building overlooking Lake Mirror is going to be demolished.
DOWNTOWN: Broadway Real Estate Services’ NoBay residential/retail project is hailed as a public-private partnership as it breaks ground. THINGS TO DO: Neil Sedaka Friday | Pencil documentary tonight | “Humbug” one-man musical Sunday | Miniature Christmas village | Ariana Village Christmas lights HIGHER ED: FSC honored for teacher training | SEU appoints veep for strategic partnerships Source: The Ledger
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