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MarketQwest Tampa Bay – Week of May 20th

Posted by Eli Dioso on May 17, 2019
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LandQwest Commercial presents the latest Commercial Real Estate news across
Tampa Bay for the week of May 20th, 2019


Amazon’s Ruskin Warehouse Sold In Massive Nine-Figure Deal

“Industrial Logistics Properties Trust paid $123.6 million for the million-square-foot warehouse in Ruskin in a deal that closed in early April, according to Hillsborough County property records.”

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From Water Street to Midtown, See Some Of Tampa Bay’s Biggest Construction Projects

“From luxury apartments to massive mixed-use developments, major construction projects are changing neighborhoods around Tampa Bay.”

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Tampa Office Development Reaches Inflection Point

“After years of relative stagnation brought about by last decade’s searing economic recession, white-collar employment growth had begun to surge, pushing the need for office space upward and vacancy down to single digits.”

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Seminole Hard Rock Ramps Up Hiring for $700M Expansion

“The hotel and casino will host an open call job fair for the new positions on June 4 and June 5, wanting to hire as many as 1,200 new full-time, part-time and on-call team members. Positions include cooks, restaurant staff, beverage servers, custodial staff, security officers, casino and hotel staff, according to the hotel and casino’s release.”

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Planet Fitness Plans Huge Expansion, Targeting Site Left When Other Retailers Go Under

“Gym chain Planet Fitness is planning to open a total of 225 new locations this year, some of which will be in sites formerly occupied by Toys R Us or Sears, though the company has not specified where all of those locations will be.”

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Developer Brings Fine Dining Restaurant To New Mixed-Use District

“Aficionados of French cuisine will soon be able to enjoy a new restaurant in Tampa featuring a menu designed by Chris Ponte, a chef trained at the famed Le Cordon Bleu school in Paris. The yet-to-be-named, 5,000-square-foot eatery will be part of Bromley Cos. 22-acre Midtown Tampa development, according to a press release.”

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Supermarket Spike: Measuring Apartment Rent Growth Around New Grocery Stores

“Apartment developers expect to receive higher rents when a new grocery store opens next door, but a new report sheds light on which grocery chains come with the largest rent premiums and where in the D.C. region that premium tends to be highest.”

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