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MarketQwest Tampa Bay – Week of February 4th

Posted by Eli Dioso on February 4, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across Tampa Bay for the week of February 4, 2019.

 


Publix To Demolish Dark Box In Westshore To Make Way For New Store

Publix Super Markets Inc. is moving forward with plans for a new store in Tampa’s Westshore business district. The Lakeland-based grocer has applied for a demolition permit to tear down the former Sports Authority at 4900 W. Kennedy Blvd.”

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Coworking Giant WeWork Is Coming To Tampa

WeWork, a household name in the coworking space, is coming to downtown Tampa. The coworking giant has signed a deal for 50,000 square feet — two floors — in Heights Union, the forthcoming office development in The Heights district. That will be enough space for 800 WeWork members, the company said.

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SoulCycle Is Coming To Tampa

SoulCycle, the New York City cycling studio with a cult following, is coming to South Tampa. The city’s first SoulCycle location will open in Hyde Park Village, in the new building under construction along West Snow Avenue. It will be 2,834 square feet, according to plans filed with the city.” 

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The Biggest Driver Behind A Billionaire New York Developer’s Plans For 50-Story Tower In Downtown St. Pete? Pride

“The billionaire developer behind plans for a 50-story mixed-use tower in downtown St. Petersburg knows that everything about his vision for the 400 block of Central Avenue is aggressive. The number of condos. The scale. And his timeline, which would ideally have cranes in the air by fall — a mere eight months away, though a sales campaign for the condos hasn’t even kicked off.

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Tampa Developer Proposes $86.6M mixed-use project in Lake Nona

A Tampa developer wants to turn vacant land near a Publix grocery store in southeast Orlando’s Lake Nona community into a mixed-use development. Onicx LLC’s Lake Nona Medical Center Development LLC plans to build the estimated $86.6 million East Park Village Center west of State Road 417 and east of Winding Way Boulevard on roughly 23 aces, according to plans filed with the city of Orlando. A representative with Onicx declined to comment.

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Market Street Upgrades Under Consideration In Lakewood Ranch

When Market Street in Lakewood Ranch was built, a half-circle design was incorporated just north of Exchange Way to slow traffic as vehicles approached the many stores and restaurants meant to occupy that area. Perhaps that design worked too well.”

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Hyde Park Village’s Latest Win: Tampa’s First Capital One Cafe

“Capital One, which has put an emphasis on its retail experience in recent years, is the latest tenant to land at Hyde Park Village in South Tampa. The banking giant is bringing one of its new Capital One Cafes to Hyde Park Village in 2019. It will have free Wi-Fi, meeting rooms and nooks, and serve coffee and baked goods. Oh, and there’s banking, too, in the form of “money coaching” and a cash-deposit ATM.”

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