October 21, 2022

Why Florida's Coast Is Becoming the 'Preserve of the Wealthy'

by The Journal

Stronger hurricanes, higher insurance premiums and stricter building codes are changing who can afford life on the coast. After Hurricane Ian, WSJ's Arian Campo-Flores headed to southwestern Florida to see how the state's coastal communities are faring and transforming.

Further Reading:

- Florida Coastal Living Reshaped by Hurricane Housing Codes 

- Hurricane Ian Is Latest Blow to Florida’s Struggling Home Insurers 

- Home Buyers Flock to Florida Cities Devastated by Hurricane Ian 

- Flattened by Hurricane Michael, Florida Town Tries to Stave Off Big Development 

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