Darryl Shaw

Grow Financial Federal Credit Union Chooses Gasworx For New Ybor City Headquarters

Gasworx’s developer, a joint venture between KETTLER and Darryl Shaw, is pleased to announce a major milestone in developing its Phase II project, set to redefine the landscape of southwest Ybor City. The visionary redevelopment project will soon welcome Grow Financial Federal Credit Union as the first tenant, leasing a substantial 50,000 square feet of prime office space for its new headquarters. 

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Construction Begins On The Transformational 50-Acre Gas Worx Development In Ybor City, Tampa

On March 6, dozens of community leaders and elected officials gathered to commemorate the official groundbreaking of Gas Worx, a 50-acre mixed-use development in Ybor City, Tampa. Gas Worx, a joint venture between KETTLER and its founder and CEO, Darryl Shaw, is between the Ybor Historic District and Channel District. Designed by Design Collective with Bohler as the structural engineer and Sasaki as the urban planner, the development will include nearly 5,000 new residences, over 500,000 square feet of office space, and more than 140,000 square feet of new retail. Moreover, Gas Worx boasts more than 300 units of affordable housing – the biggest private investment in affordable housing in the city’s history.

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Site Plans Filed For 33-Acre Mixed-Use Waterfront Development ‘Ybor Harbor’ In Tampa

A rezoning application for Ybor Harbor, a dynamic new 33-acre mixed-use waterfront development surrounding Ybor Channel, was filed with the City of Tampa late Thursday. The project, at the northern terminus of Ybor Channel, is being developed by Darryl Shaw and could yield up to 6 million square feet, including  2,586 residential units and 140,400 square feet of general office, 375 hotel rooms, and 292,260 square feet of commercial retail space. Working with Port Tampa Bay, the Ybor Harbor plans envision opening a section of the waterfront to the public that is currently restricted. Activation will include a boardwalk with restaurant and retail uses, piers, boat slips, floating docks, and green space.

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