The City Commission voted unanimously to allow the 1957 Donovan Dean structure to be torn down to create parking for Publix employees.
At the request of residents, the bricks on East Belvedere Street were uncovered last month after four decades hidden under asphalt.
Honorees included Lois Sherrouse-Murphy, the developers of Bonnet Springs Park and contractor Daniel Sharrett.
City Commissioners approved a zoning change and $775,000 in infrastructure reimbursements for neighboring multifamily developments.
Crews today demolished the false front on the building overlooking Lake Mirror that will become the Catapult 2.0 small business incubator. The facade, added more than a quarter century after the structure was built in 1924, will be replaced with a dramatic steel-and-glass entryway. Next steps in the renovation project will be interior work to […]
The people working to preserve two tile mosaic murals that were whitewashed at the former Searstown have gotten permission to move them. Now they’re asking for input on two possible locations: the Polk Museum of Art or the Polk Tax Collector’s Office.
As Lakeland Chamber of Commerce leaders pursue plans to develop a business resource center, they’re floating an idea: Instead of moving into a new facility, why not double the size of the 1926 building they’ve used for 51 years?