Kolter Urban’s 55-Story ‘One Tampa’ To Become Tampa’s Tallest Building At 630-Feet.

Renderings have surfaced of Tampa’s next tallest building, the approximately 630-foot-tall One Tampa. The mixed-use project is being developed by Kolter Urban (Kolter) and would span 55-stories above Downtown Tampa, comprising 311 condominium units as well as ground floor commercial spaces. One Tampa would surpass the city’s current tallest building, the 579-foot-tall 100 North Tampa, and would become the first building to breach the 600-foot mark on Florida’s west coast.

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Water Street Tampa’s Asher Unveils Resort-Style Amenities by Morris Adjmi Architects

Strategic Property Partners (SPP) has unveiled the resort-style amenities at Asher, a new 22-story apartment tower at 1050 Water Street in Water Street Tampa, the 56-acre neighborhood transforming Downtown Tampa. Designed inside and out by renown architecture firm Morris Adjmi Architects, the 490-unit building offers a nod to Tampa’s industrial history with oversized divided-light windows that maximize natural light. The building also boasts a custom art collection curated by Adjmi’s team that showcases over 40 works by national and international artists.

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Altura Bayshore Gets Tower Crane For Vertical Construction In Bayshore Gardens, Tampa

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved a tower crane for vertical construction of Altura Bayshore, a 22-story residential tower in the works at 2910 West Barcelona Street in Bayshore Gardens, Tampa. Designed by Curts Gaines Hall Jones Architects and developed by Mar Bayshore LLC, an entity managed by Tampa-based  developer The Ronto Group, the superstructure’s main roof will top off at 271-feet and mechanicals will add an additional 70-feet, for a combined height of 341-feet within a 1.77-acre site. The tower crane is approved to rise 341-feet, or 355-feet above sea level, and will be assembled near the southeast corner of the development site. Naples-based Connor & Gaskins Unlimited is the general contractor, Bohler is the civil engineer and Smith & Associates Real Estate is handling sales and marketing.

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Move-Ins Begin For 22-Story Tower At 1050 Water Street Designed By Morris Adjmi Architects And ODP Architecture & Design

Strategic Property Partners (SPP), the developer behind the 56-acre Water Street Tampa mixed-use development on Downtown Tampa’s waterfront, announced move-ins of its first residents to Asher, a 22-story residential tower located at 1050 Water Street, located immediately north of Tampa EDITION and bound by South Nebraska Avenue on the west with East Cumberland Avenue on the north. The recently completed 273-foot-tall building is completely designed by Morris Adjmi Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, and contains a collection of 490 thoughtfully-designed rental residences ranging from studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts. Amenities at Asher include the neighborhood’s largest rooftop pool deck with over 70 lounge chairs, a media lounge and beautifully designed co-working space with private conference rooms. Move-ins and in-person tours are now underway at the building, following a highly successful pre-leasing period.

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Water Street Tampa Achieves LEED Silver Certification For Neighborhood Development Plan

Tampa-based real estate development firm Strategic PropertyPartners, LLC (SPP) recently announced that Water Street Tampa — the mixed-use development transforming 56 contiguous acres along the Downtown Tampa’s waterfront — has achieved LEED silver certification under the category of LEED® for Neighborhood Development: Plan, which focuses on the design of public spaces between buildings and how they will be used by people in the community. The United States Green Building Council awarded this certification to Water Street Tampa for the design of its walkable streets, tree-lined and shaded streetscapes, access to quality public transit, proximity between housing and jobs, and energy-efficient infrastructure, all part of Water Street Tampa’s commitment to employ sustainability and wellness-based design on a district-wide scale.

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