Developer Strategic Property Partners has announced plans for a new $3 billion 50-acre mixed-use neighborhood in Tampa, Florida. To be known as Water Street Tampa, the multi-phase project will create 9 million square feet of commercial, residential, educational, cultural and entertainment space on a site currently underused and occupied by highways and surface parking.
To carry out this vision, Water Street Tampa has enlisted several top firms to design the neighborhood’s new buildings, including:
- CookFox Architects – Two buildings; office and residential over retail
- Morris Adjmi Architects – Three buildings; 157-key 5-star hotel, luxury condominiums, apartments and retail
- Olson Kundig – One building; office over retail
- Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) – Two buildings; condominiums and apartments over grocery store and retail
- Gensler – Two buildings; office over retail
- Alfonso Architects – Redevelopment vision for Channelside; residential and waterfront retail, and a new public park on the Riverwalk
- Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW) – One building; 500-key 4-star hotel over
- Pickard Chilton – Three buildings; office and residential over retail
- Baker Barrios – One building; central cooling facility and infrastructure
Water Street Tampa will be carried out in phases over a 10-year period. The first phase, slated to be completed by 2020, will feature 11 projects containing 4 million square feet of mixed-use space. Phase two is scheduled for completion in 2023, with the final phase wrapping up in 2027.
Learn more about the project here.
News via Water Street Tampa.