Tom Mannausa has orchestrated a portfolio of real estate projects throughout the course of his career. His business acumen is balanced by unbridled creativity, as real estate developer Tom Mannausa is also a song writer and musician. Now he is undertaking development of Sarasota’s crown, The Jewel.
The Jewel, is a soon to be sleek and modern silhouette at the gateway to downtown Sarasota. Slated for construction at the corner of Main Street and Gulf Stream Avenue, The Jewel will span one of Sarasota’s most prized blocks. Years ago, the site of the location of The Jewel is where the city originally met Sarasota Bay.
Edgewater Contractor’s Jay Anderson views a home as much a work of art as it is a structure. The creation of a masterpiece is a process undertaken with a certain understanding: that the finished product must be an enduring reflection of its owners’ visions, a physical testament to the relationship between form and function.
While interning at a financial firm, T.J. recalls, “I’d always eat my lunch at a construction site so that I could watch the progress of the project.” It didn’t take him long to realize where his true passions lie; T.J. left the financial sector and entered the real of construction. Now he runs a firm that bears his name.
Kelly Gettel, a business woman, philanthropist and mother, this energetic spirit knows no limit. Briskly walking into the room, Kelly carries an air of confidence, yet radiates unmistakable charm. Once settled in, you soon are enveloped by her keen sense of humor. Let’s spend a day with her.
Anchored by the Tube Dude Gallery, Scott Gerber’s vision is to turn space in the Rosemary District into multiple art galleries, open seven days a week, with the coupe de-gráce a weekly art show each Saturday, after Sarasota’s Farmers Market closes.
Realtors, Builders, Developers – Move past email eblast marketing and place your property or development in numerous places on the internet where people are actively searching with REAL Magazine’s web blast service.
Five full time employees managed over 42,400 volunteer hours last year building homes and managing ReStore. Habitat Sarasota has placed over 200 mortgage paying families into homes. Habitat Sarasota’s ReStores keep one million pounds of usable products out of our landfills every year by cleaning, recycling and re-selling donated goods.
Florida voters will vote on Amendment 4 a proposed amendment of Florida’s constitution that would require taxpayer-funded referenda on all changes to local government comprehensive plans. This “Vote on Everything” amendment would force Floridians not elected officials to decide 100′s of technical plan changes each year. If passed it will lead to Higher Taxes, Higher Unemployment and Government Gridlock.
Robert is humbled by the success he has earned and accredits it all to those who helped him along the way as he immigrated from Poland, those who gave him a chance to turn his passion into product, ultimately molding him into the artisan and businessman he‘s become at International Artistic Stone.