Former Wachovia building has been sold and will be renovated for a modern office building.
Read about Nobay's Uncle Nick's which is set to open soon.
"Following the historic agreement to ensure the Detroit Tigers winter home remains in Lakeland for an unprecedented 100 years, we're excited to unveil the renovations taking place at the newly christened Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium..."
To that end, the conference also featured a panel moderated by David Miller, the CEO of Lakeland law firm Peterson & Myers. It included four Polk-based businessmen: Bob Adams, president of Highland Homes; Ed Crenshaw, chairman of the board for Publix Super Markets; Bill Pou, executive vice president of the W.S. Badcock Corp.; and John Rodda, CEO of Rodda Construction.
Read about the expansion of FSC's The Roberts Academy.
An update on the ongoing renovations at Tigertown.
Downtown Lakeland's new Nobay Village celebrated by city government and business leaders.
The ceremonial shovel-turning, featured representatives from partners including the USA Water Ski Foundation, Aktion Parks, City of Auburndale, Polk County, Visit Central Florida, USA Water Ski, Five Star Family Growers, Rodda Construction, JSK Consulting and...
Read about Aktion Parks' third cable and boat park.
Tenants begin moving into downtown Lakeland's first ground up residential development.
Read about the 5th annual Polk Emerging Leaders Awards.
Read about the new public school in the Four Corners area.