BOOMING BUSINESS 1/3/2023 Read full story here. More than 25 restaurants opened in Bay County in 2022 Ebonee Burrell Panama City News Herald | USA TODAY NETWORK The restaurant scene is booming in Bay County. In 2022 alone, the area has welcomed more than 25 restaurants, bars, cafes and more that helped steer the industry
Nathan Cobb The News Herald July 29, 2022 PANAMA CITY BEACH — A booming Jimmy Buffett-themed community in the Panama City Beach area already has garnered national attention. According to Minto Communities USA, Latitude Margaritaville Watersound was ranked 23rd in RCLCO Real Estate Consulting’s list of the 50 top-selling master-planned communities in the U.S. based on sales
Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay County, Florida
Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay County, Florida Panama City, Florida – (June 14, 2022) – The Bay Economic Development Alliance, an agent of the Bay County Commission (Bay EDA), announced today that Resia, formerly known as AHS Residential, will be establishing a manufacturing operation in Bay
https://www.newsherald.com/ 1:18 p.m. CDT June 8, 2022 PANAMA CITY BEACH — For Becca Hardin, president of the Bay County Economic Development Alliance, Wednesday marked a milestone for the economy. That was when she, local officials and members of the community gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Central Moloney Inc. to Bay County. The Arkansas-based company will
March 30, 2022 Proof that Prices Won’t Fall? The New-Home Market By Chris Arnold There’s not enough supply (homes) to meet demand, with little relief in sight. The U.S. needs about 3M more homes, and it will take years for builders to catch up. BOSTON – Emerson Claus has been building houses for 45 years.
It’s finally happening! FDOT plans to begin expanding U.S. 98 in Bay County next year PANAMA CITY BEACH — After much anticipation, efforts to expand U.S. 98 in Bay County are finally underway. The Florida Department of Transportation hosted a hybrid public meeting on the proposed widening of US 98 at the Lyndell Conference Center Thursday, January