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New Hotel and Restaurant to Panama City’s Downtown Waterfront District

In positive news for the revitalization of Panama City’s downtown waterfront district, The St. Joe Company and the City of Panama City, Florida have agreed on a long-term land lease to bring a new waterfront hotel and standalone restaurant to the St. Andrews Bay. Under the agreement, St. Joe will lease a City-owned parcel on […] Read More

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Here for You Now | Stay-At-Home Florida, COVID-19 and Real Estate

While Spring Break 2020 hasn’t been filled with sunny beach days, prospective homebuyers touring homes and festive events, it has revealed the true spirit of our community and our commitment to work together for the best possible outcome. In the wake of COVID-19 and official orders from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for all Floridians to […] Read More

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New Nonstop Flights Coming to ECP

The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) continues  to expand its services making it easier and more convenient to visit Panama City Beach and surrounding areas. New flight offerings will begin in March, just in time for the busy spring break season. “We are excited about for United Airlines to add more nonstop service for our […] Read More

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Oktoberfest :: Celebrate Along the Coast

Did you know that Oktoberfest began as a wedding celebration more than 200 years ago? The wedding was celebrated with multiple days of drinking, feasting and horse racing. Fast forward two centuries and Oktoberfest has transpired into a weekend full of live music, craft beer and loads of German traditions. Oktoberfest on the Northwest Florida […] Read More

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A Taste of The Coast :: Exploring Area Farmers Markets

The soothing sounds of acoustic guitar fills the Seaside Amphitheater while children and dogs frolic along the green on a beautiful Saturday morning at the Seaside Farmers Market. Eclectic venders tend to colorful displays of anything from locally grown vegetables to pastel macaroons. Just two hours to the east, the sun shines down on the […] Read More

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A Valued Resource :: Our Agents to Lead on County Boards

As recovery continues in the areas most affected by Hurricane Michael in both Bay and Gulf Counties, it is a critical time for those involved in policy making and regulation in all local industries to help shape the future and direction of these beloved Gulf Coast communities. We’re thrilled to announce the appointment of two […] Read More

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5 Ways Your Donations Have Made a Difference :: Hurricane Michael Recovery

As we look ahead to a fresh new year with hope and excitement, we can’t help but reflect on 2018 and especially on the impact that Hurricane Michael has had on the Northwest Florida Gulf Coast. While most of our markets saw continued growth, areas of Bay and Gulf Counties were devastated by the storm. […] Read More

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Hope + Survival :: The Aftermath of Hurricane Michael

By Jimmy Burgess, Chief Growth Officer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida The world needs more of what I’ve seen in the Panhandle since Hurricane Michael. I’ve seen people come together with a common cause of helping others like I’ve never seen before. I’ve witnessed people with different political beliefs, different religious beliefs, from […] Read More

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Run Through Paradise :: Panama City Beach Half Marathon

The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce will host a Half-Marathon, 5K and Kid’s Fun RunSet on Saturday, December 1st, 2018. Run through paradise alongside our award-winning beaches! Online Registration will close November 29th at 11pm. The race is a staple for the community and attracts hundreds of both residents and visitors to Panama City Beach. […] Read More

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Gulf Coast Strong :: A Community Comes Together

Light following the darkness. You’ve seen it on TV – it’s even worse firsthand – it is shocking and heartbreaking and yet amazing when you see neighbors and strangers coming together in ways you never thought possible. People who’ve lost EVERYTHING still smiling and lending a hand to one another. People traveling great distances to […] Read More