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Aug 10
2018

North Trail Residential Projects Move Forward

Posted by ntadmin in North Trail

As stakeholders continue to clamor for growth along a stretch of U.S. 41, two new developments offer a sign of hope.

 

by: David Conway Deputy Managing Editor

 

Read article published August 2, 2018, in The Observer .

Jul 06
2018

North Trail's SRQ Airport Adds Non-Stop to Chicago

Posted by ntadmin in SRQ Airport , North Trail

New Nonstop Flights Between Sarasota and Chicago Start in December

American Airlines will offer nonstop flights between Sarasota Bradenton International Airport and O’Hare International Airport.

By Staff  7/5/2018 at 1:00pm

American Airlines will begin offering nonstop flights between Sarasota Bradenton International Airport and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport in December. The seasonal flights will be offered daily beginning Wednesday, Dec. 19. American last month announced that it will begin offering nonstop flights to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in December, as well.

Jul 05
2018

North Trail's New College Ranked No. 7

Posted by ntadmin in Universities , North Trail , New College

New College Named One of America’s Most Affordable Small Colleges

New College of Florida was recently ranked No. 7 in a list of America’s 20 most affordable small colleges.

By Staff  7/3/2018 at 9:46am

New College of Florida was recently ranked No. 7 in a list of America’s 20 most affordable small colleges published by the student loan management company Student Loan Hero. To create the rankings, the company surveyed tuition, fees and average student debt at 626 colleges with graduating classes of 500 students or less. The top small colleges in the rankings are the College of the Ozarks, Berea College and Alice Lloyd College.

Original article published by Sarasota Magazine.

Apr 20
2018

North Trail's The Reserve Offers Something for Everybody

Posted by in The Reserve , Sarasota , North Trail

The Reserve offers something for everybody — especially the creative-minded.

by: Marty Fugate Contributor

Sarasota is proud of its reputation as an arts community. But along with museums and galleries, any good arts community needs good hangouts. 

Apr 19
2018

North Trail's USFS-M Earns Accreditation Extension

Posted by ntadmin in USFSM , University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee

USF Sarasota-Manatee College of Business

Earns AACSB Accreditation Extension

 

Apr 03
2018

Sarasota's Bayfront Planning Organization Update

Posted by ntadmin in SBPO , Bayfront 20:20 , Bayfront

Reimagining the Sarasota Bayfront

The Sarasota Bayfront Planning Organization (SBPO) is working to fulfill the community’s vision for a blue and green oasis - a connected and culturally vibrant waterfront - created for and open to everyone as a lively new gathering space. After 5 years of public input from Sarasota residents, The Bay is now on its way to becoming an exciting destination where local residents can meet up.

We’re working on a plan – right now!

Mar 26
2018

Sarasota Bayfront 20:20 Stakeholders Meeting

Posted by ntadmin in Sarasota Bayfront , Bayfront 20:20

There will be a meeting of the Sarasota Bayfront 20:20 Stakeholders on Thursday, March 29 from 4-5 p.m. at the Sarasota Garden Club

Mar 19
2018

North Trail's "The Reserve" Now Offering Wine!

Posted by ntadmin in The Reserve , North Trail , North Tamiami Trail

Coffee and Book Shop Adds Wine to Retail Offerings

The Reserve now offers curated varieties of red and white wine.

By Staff  3/16/2018 at 2:10pm

 

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Mar 15
2018

North Trail's Bayou Oaks Neighborhood Featured

Posted by ntadmin in North Trail , North Tamiami Trail , Bayou Oaks

The Next Hot Neighborhoods

Five under-the-radar places that are ready to rise.

By Robert Plunket  3/1/2018 at 10:08am  Published in the March 2018 issue of Sarasota Magazine

Bayou Oaks

Every town needs a neighborhood like Bayou Oaks. It’s artsy, cheap, diverse and eccentric. The demographic is working class, but it’s also full of professors, artists and college students sharing rented homes. And it’s immensely helped by its namesake trees. Many of the streets have a canopy of towering oaks, giving them an Old Florida look as authentic as any place in town.

One of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, Bayou Oaks didn’t even have a name until 20 years ago. It was just that somewhat scruffy part of town that ran from Ringling College up to the dog track. On paper it didn’t look so good. Income and housing were below average; crime was above. Many fastidious homebuyers would take one look and dismiss it.

Mar 13
2018

NTRP Meeting Minutes of March 8, 2018

Posted by ntadmin in North Trail Redevelopment Partnership

North Trail Redevelopment Partnership

Meeting Minutes of March 8, 2018

 

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