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MarketQwest Tampa – Week of March 4th

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

 


Publix Wants To Redevelop Old Winn-Dixie In South Tampa

The Lakeland-based grocer filed a site plan with the city for the former Winn-Dixie at 4315 W. Gandy Blvd., at the intersection of South Manhattan Avenue. Publix would knock down the old Winn-DIxie and rebuild a 48,848-square-foot grocery store with 246 total parking spaces.

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Eddie V’s Prime Seafood Wants To Expand In Westshore

Eddie V’s has filed plans with the city and the Southwest Florida Water Management District proposing a new sit-down dining room of no more than 896 square feet. The addition would be a single story, according to the plans. The building would be expanded on the side facing Westshore Boulevard.

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Whiskey Cake Kitchen Coming To International Plaza, Replacing Another Restaurant That Never Opened

Whiskey Cake Kitchen is coming to International Plaza, taking over a space in the mall’s Bay Street dining corridor that was previously under construction for another restaurant.

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Clearwater Beach Named ‘Best Beach In America’ for 2018, Again

Tampa Bay is once again home to the best beach in America! The travel site TripAdvisor  has named Clearwater Beach the top beach in the country for 2018. Siesta Beach, which was named the best beach in 2017 , is now ranked second. St. Pete Beach came in seventh place.

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Tampa Seeks Developers For 18 Acres In West River Area

The city of Tampa is seeking proposals from developers for 18 acres of publicly owned land west of the Hillsborough River. The city on Tuesday issued a request for proposal for the site, which is south of Columbus Drive and north of Spruce Street.

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New York Investors Buy Whole Foods’ Real Estate In Downtown Sarasota

The Shoppes at Sarasota Row, anchored by Whole Foods Market Inc., has been sold to New York Life Real Estate Investors for $24.62 million or more than $400 per square foot. The property totals 59,341 square feet on 3.9 acres and includes the only Starbucks in downtown Sarasota.

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Developers Want To Build Massive Warehouse On Plant City Strawberry Field

Blue Steel Development, which built and sold off a fulfillment center for IKEA, is planning to build a 779,760-square-foot warehouse on 63.7 acres on Wiggins Road, near the intersection of Lindsey and Rice roads, according to plans filed with the Southwest Florida Water Management District.

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