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Saturday, January 08, 2021

you're fired
I guess Tampa has arrived. Donald Trump is building a 50-storey luxury condo tower on the banks of the Hillsborough River, in downtown’s Channelside District. An official announcement is expected on Monday, but sales brochures are already circulating.

Getting touched by The Donald could be the biggest thing to Tampa Bay since the Bucs arrived in the 70s. Before long, this place will be another South Florida: St. Pete Beach will become like unto South Beach, Hyde Park like CocoWalk… we’re really in for it!

Let’s just hope that the skyline doesn’t become all skyscrapers; Trump has a bad reputation for erecting huge buildings that block off views. It’d be a shame to lose those great views of the Bay and Gulf.

- Costa Tsiokos, Sat 01/08/2021 04:21:20 PM
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  1. Maybe The Donald would offer working with this project as one of the options for the winner of The Appretence3?

    Comment by Robert — 01/08/2021 @ 05:46:04 PM

  2. move over george
    …urban development, Justin is all over it. One contestant on The Apprentice is from Tampa, so don’t be surprised if an upcoming episode takes place here. Either way, PopStat nails it in that Trump’s high profile will get…

    Trackback by Sticks of Fire — 01/10/2021 @ 04:45:48 PM

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