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MarketQwest Tampa Bay – Week of April 8th

Posted by Courtney Saksefski on April 8, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Tampa Bay for the week of April 8, 2019

Downtown Sarasota’s Hotel Ranola Sold for $2.9 Million

“Local businessman and real estate investor Eric Baird has purchased Hotel Ranola, a boutique hotel in downtown Sarasota with 27 units.”

Read Entire Sarasota Magazine Article Here


An Atypical Land Deal

“Land Advisors’ Nancy Surak leads FGCAR 2018 Pinnacle Awards winners with 1,557-acre land sale in Pasco County.”

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


Hidden gem in Trump’s tax plan: Opportunity zones

“The four-county Tampa Bay area has a total of 67 opportunity zones, including several near booming downtown St. Petersburg.”

Read Entire Tampa Bay Times Article Here


Restaurant News in Sarasota-Bradenton-Venice: April 4-10

“Daily Bird has opened in downtown Sarasota, treating diners to smartly prepared fried chicken in a fun, casual setting on State Street.”

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


Tampa apartment community sells for $23.5 million

“University Gardens, a 292-unit apartment community near the University of South Florida, has sold for $23.5 million.”

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