Trepp Developments enters Tampa Bay market with Sota Hotel & Residences (RENDERINGS)

Trepp Developments President Rodrigo Trepp has expanded from South America to Florida’s West Coast with the development of Sota Hotel & Residences, a mixed-use project in downtown Sarasota.

“My vision for our new Sarasota headquarters begins with the creation of the SOTA Hotel & Residences, which will be our first Trepp Developments project,” says Rodrigo Trepp, president of Trepp Developments. “We assembled what I call a best-of-the-best A team to design and market a sophisticated mixed-use project to include a boutique hotel and luxury residences located in the heart of downtown.”

Located at 1703 Main Street, SOTA will include a 16-story tower that includes residences and a hotel. Hoyt Architects was named as the building designer and Architect of Record. The interiors are designed by New York City-based Architect Andre Kikoski.

SOTA includes 35 spacious condominium residences, starting at $1.8 million, 120 hotel rooms managed by Tapestry Collection by Hilton and a 4,500 square-foot restaurant on its ground floor.

More information about SOTA can be found here. 

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