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MarketQwest Tampa Bay – Week of April 15th

Posted by Stephanie Katchuk on April 15, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across
Tampa Bay for the week of April 15th, 2019

Midtown Tampa Lands Oprah-Backed Health Restaurant True Food Kitchen

“True Food Kitchen will occupy a 5,000-square-foot standalone building off of the Himes Avenue entrance into Midtown and is slated to open in early 2021, the developer of Midtown, New York-based Bromley Cos., said Wednesday.”

Read Entire Sarasota Magazine Article Here


With Locations In Four Tampa Malls, Kay Jewlers And Zales Say They Will Shutter Another 150 Stores

“Signet Jewelers Ltd., whose retail brands include Kay Jewelers, Zales and Jared The Galleria Of Jewelry, plans to shutter 150 stores in its current fiscal year as part of its previously announced turnaround plan.”

Read Entire Business Observer Article Here


Life Storage buys Tampa self-storage center to augment portfolio

“Life Storage L.P., a Buffalo-based company that ranks as one of the largest self-storage facility owners nationwide, has acquired a 634-unit personal warehouse project in Tampa for $6.93 million.”

Read Entire Business Observer Article Here


The Tampa Marriott Water Street Has Always Been A Critical Piece Of Strategic
Property Partners’ Vision

“Nearly two decades after it first rose above the Garrison Channel in downtown Tampa, the Marriott Water Street is ushering in a new era for both the urban core and the city’s hospitality industry.”

Read Entire Tampa Bay Times Article Here


Purchase Of The Boran-Martin Office Building Prepares Property For Future Development

“A Clearwater-based company with plans for a major retail development in downtown Naples has added to its assemblage with a $6 million purchase, Collier County property records show.”

Read Entire Herald Tribune Article Here


Developers’ bid for $16.5 million from Safety Harbor taxpayers ends at U.S. Supreme Court

“The Richman Group of Florida Inc., will not be getting $16.5 million from the taxpayers of Pinellas County after the U.S. Supreme Court on March 25 refused to hear their arguments.”

Read Entire Tampa Bay Newspapers Article Here


The Bungalow In South Tampa Files For Liquidation Bankruptcy

“The Bungalow Restaurant and Bar in South Tampa has filed for liquidation bankruptcy, alleging that its landlord refused to allow the transfer of its lease to prospective buyers of the business.”

Read Entire Tampa Bay Times Article Here


Fly Bar & Restaurant dishes on details of upcoming opening at new Tampa location

“Monday night, the beloved former downtown Tampa restaurant, Fly Bar & Restaurant, teased us with a cryptic Instagram post about its new location.

Today, Leslie Shirah Culbreath, co-owner of Hotel Bar and Fly Bar & Restaurant, was ready to dish more details about the restaurant’s new location, menu and featured cocktails.”

Read Entire Creative Loafing Article Here