Mixed-use project in downtown Tampa announces brand name and Marriott hotel flag (RENDERINGS)

LD&D, a Miami-based real estate investment, development and design firm, will brand its $200 million mixed-use project, in downtown Tampa, as Cass Square.

The development will include a luxury multifamily tower named DoMo, retail and an Element by Westin hotel, in partnership with Dynamic Group, for its hospitality component.

LD&D acquired the two-acre parcel for $10 million, in April 2023, and has selected Coastal Construction Group as the general contractor.

The first phase of the 2-acre development is anticipated to break ground in summer 2024, beginning with DoMo at Cass Square, which was designed by Baker Barrios Architects.

The 28-story, luxury, multifamily building will comprise of 360 apartments, more than 45,000 square feet of amenity space, a 586-space parking podium and 32,500 square feet of ground floor retail.

Upon completion, the residential tower will rise as the tallest in the area, offering unobstructed views, refined finishes and modern technology. It will have a wellness area, 10,000 square feet of co-working space, a pickleball court and a sky lounge on the 26th floor.

Dynamic Group and Marriott will develop a 178-key Element by Westin hotel.

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