Those who say there's nothing new under the sun probably haven't been to Florida recently. "I have a theory that people who move to Florida move here because they want a fresh start," said Tom Hencken, an architect based in Tampa, who is busy designing new grocery stores for a new banner serving newly booming communities along Florida's Gulf Coast. "They've got an outlook on life that says, 'I'm improving my life. I want to enjoy myself. And I don't want to feel poor, even if I am."' ...

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