Kanaya is a "green" condominium complex offering upscale residences in downtown Sarasota designed with Feng Shui principals and an emphasis on healthy living with materials used. The amenities offered are designed specifically to offer a healthier lifestyle. As for location, Kanaya is very close to historic Burns Court with its galleries, restaurants, shops and the Burns Court Cinema, home to art films and a venue for the Sarasota Film Festival. It's also within biking distance of the bay front and Main Street as well as Palm Avenue are within walking distance.
Am I in Italy? There is much to love about Salute! in addition to the food...a wonderful and warm ambiance inside, a captivating scene, complete with candles and tiny twinkling white lights, outside, every evening. Whether you start your evening in the cozy, urban bar...dine in the intimate wine room...or sip champagne on a Sunday afternoon under an umbrella, you will fill, quite possibly, that you are somewhere else. The food is wonderful...we love the lasagna, fresh fish, and the multitude of dining possibilities has something for everyone. It's a memorable restaurant for celebrations, intimate dinners, or lunch after the Farmer's Market.
The Sarasota-Manatee region was one of the nation's hottest markets for new home construction last year. The two counties ranked 27th for residential building among the 50 largest new-home markets in 2016, according to a report by data supplier Metrostudy. Sarasota-Manatee moved up one spot from 2... read more
[caption id="attachment_1412" align="alignnone" width="300"] Lakewood Ranch, New Construction[/caption] Both in downtown Sarasota and in Lakewood Ranch and surrounding neighborhoods, the savvy buyer interested in area real estate might be able to scoop up a new home or condo with some perks attac... read more
That was the headline in a recent Herald Tribune article, giving us a gauge on the economic barometer locally. As the economic recovery hits an eight-year mark in June, many had fears of a slight downturn but fears seemed to have eased with economic forecasters predicting a continuation of consume... read more