We’re going to cover all the goings-on in the Tampa Bay area, and how Ready Stays is here for your month-to-month rental needs in Tampa.
The University of South Florida has plans to invest almost $350,000 into 14 research projects that aim to combat the coronavirus pandemic. That figure will bring total investments from the university into similar projects to nearly $680,000. The projects will focus on detecting and stopping infections, as well as developments into Personal Protective Equipment and providing clarity for the community with regard to restrictions, risks, and how the potentially more vulnerable individuals can and should protect themselves.
Having already developed a number of potential treatments and studies into the virus, work has been continually steady during the pandemic, both remotely and at the university research department’s lab.
Ready Stays offers beautiful, modern monthly rental apartments throughout Tampa, perfect for anyone who might be moving to the area to work with the university’s research department. Our fully-furnished apartments all come with everything you’ll need to feel relaxed and at home. WiFi is included, meaning you can work remotely if you need to. Apartments are kept spotlessly clean, meaning all you need to do when you come home is wind down.
It’s been announced that the St. Pete Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project will be awarded almost $22 million of funding. The project will work to connect St. Petersburg to the beaches in Tampa Bay, offering more reliable, efficient commuting, and is one of three BRT projects currently taking place in Tampa. Construction will occur this year and 2021, with the route becoming operational by the end of next year.
Construction workers moving to the area to work on any of the BRT projects can take advantage of one of our short-term rented apartments, located in the Tampa Bay area. Our month-to-month rentals make it easy for you to organize your time in Tampa, and provide the comfort you need to relax after a hard day on a construction site. What’s more, our short-term rentals include either one, two or three-bed apartments, so if family members are moving with you, there’s space for them too.
Residential construction work across Tampa also continues, with sites across the area continuing to take measures against the spread of the coronavirus. Though challenging, construction site workers are being urged to stay six feet apart. This includes, for example, The Sanctuary, where the construction elevator’s max capacity is 31 people, or 7,000 pounds. This has been reduced to just seven or either people, to take into account the distancing necessary to keep workers safe and healthy, according to Scott Sutek, of the Davis Tucker Group. Many sites are also deploying temperature checks at entrances, as well as offering hand sanitizer to all workers, and holding regular safety briefings.
Whatever your needs, whether you’re coming to Tampa for work or not, Ready Stays has plenty of fully-furnished, month-to-month rental apartments available for you. They come with a bed, wardrobes and dressers, dining table and chairs, couches, mirrors and more, as well as WiFi, cable television, and all utilities.
Don’t bother with expensive, over-priced, basic hotels, when you could be staying in your very own rented apartment. At times like this, it’s more important than ever to feel like you have a place you can call home, even if it’s for a short amount of time. Stay in one of our stylishly presented short-term rentals, offered with all modern conveniences, and you’ll truly feel as if you have a home away from home.