Real estate development firm Strategic Property Partners (SPP) recently announced Asher, a dynamic, highly amenitized new 22-story apartment tower at 1050 Water Street in Water Street Tampa, the 56-acre neighborhood transforming Downtown Tampa. In addition to offering a collection of rental residences, the developer has teamed up with Method Co., the celebrated Philadelphia-based hospitality company, to bring the first Florida location of their high-design extended-stay concept, ROOST Apartment Hotel, at Asher. The building is designed by Morris Adjmi Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, and will offer a total of 490 thoughtfully-designed rental residences ranging from studio to two-bedroom homes and 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
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As phase 1 of the 56-acre Water Street Tampa development continues to make progress towards completion in Downtown Tampa, developer Strategic Property Partners (SPP) is pleased to announce the expansion of its vibrant public art in the community. Two art installations were commissioned to anchor the neighborhood, bringing in the works of San Francisco-based artist Jim Campbell and London-based art and design firm Jason Bruges Studio. Campbell’s piece is a curved wall structure that produces moving light pictures and will be located in Raybon Plaza adjacent to Thousand & One, while Jason Bruges Studio is bringing a site-specific interactive light installation to the pedestrian skybridge connecting the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street and Tampa Marriott Water Street.
Exterior work is continuing to progress on 1050 Water Street, a 22-story mixed-use building within the 56-acre, $3.5 billion Water Street Tampa mega-development. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, and developed by Strategic Property Partners, the structure rises to 273-feet and will yield approximately 787,808-square-feet of space at completion which includes 511 residential units in a mix of studio – two-bedroom layouts, as well as 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
YIMBY recently covered the announcement of the official opening of Strategic Property Partners (SPP) Thousand & One, a 20-story Class-A commercial office tower located at 1001 Water Street within the 56-acre – $3.5 billion Water Street Tampa mega-development in Downtown Tampa. The building is designed by New York City’s COOKFOX Architects, and yields 375,000 square feet of office space and 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, being the first trophy office tower to rise in the city in nearly 30 years. Let’s take a closer look into the details in the architecture and exterior characteristics.
Construction work is nearing completion as the final touches are underway on Cora, a 23-story residential building located at 1011 East Cumberland Avenue within Phase 1 of the 56-acre Water Street Tampa development. Developed by Strategic Property Partners (SPP), the 283-foot-tall structure will bring 388 high-end rental units to Tampa’s real estate market, featuring thoughtfully-designed interiors by Edit Lab at Streetsense. New York City-based COOKFOX Architects is responsible for the design of the tower along with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record.