|Manatee Plaza to Undergo Renovation, Revitalization
The Manatee Plaza Shopping Center at 713 S. Pinellas is under new ownership, and the owners are planning a complete renovation of the retail plaza. Want to see renderings of the new plaza and give your thoughts on the types of tenants you’d like in the plaza? Go to Connect Tarpon Springs and provide your ideas. The City will provide all responses to the new owners.
|Restaurant Revitalization Fund The Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) is part of the federal American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March 2021. The RRF will offer $28.6 billion in grants to restaurants, bars, caterers, bakeries, and other related businesses hit hard by COVID-19. The application period is expected to open in late April or early May, and businesses are encouraged to start preparing the documentation now in advance of the program application announcement. The program is being operated by the SBA. Learn more here.
|Welcome New Businesses: Quirky Fork Euro Cafe and The Natural Apothecary The City is excited to welcome two new businesses: The Natural Apothecary at 509 Dodecanese Blvd., and the Quirky Fork Euro Cafe at 26 Hibiscus St. The Natural Apothecary offers handmade, clean, non-toxic health and wellness products. The Quirky Fork opens May 1 as a modern, European-style cafe featuring a coffee bar, pastries, and daily lunch and dinner features.
|Tarpon Springs In the News We’ve taken the time to round up the latest news for you. Click here for a compilation of City projects and business happenings that have been in the news this past month.
|Enjoy Tarpon Saturday Market, Wine Walk May 8 Events are coming back! Thanks to the Tarpon Springs Merchants Association and its members, a new Second Saturday Tarpon Springs Market debuts on May 8, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., featuring fresh produce, baked goods, and more. Then later that afternoon, the popular Wine Walk returns, 4-8 p.m. on the Sponge Docks and until 9 p.m. Downtown. Click here for Wine Walk information and tickets.
|Available Properties Click on the links below for listings of available commercial properties for sale or lease in the City.
Properties for Lease
Properties for Sale
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