Franklin Street has represented SkyBridge Resources in leasing a 22,000-square-foot office space at Meridian One, a 199,369-square-foot Class A office building, at 4350 W. Cypress St., Tampa. Franklin Street’s office and industrial services team of Chad Rupp and Kyle Chaikin represented the tenant SkyBridge Resources, a staffing company. The landlord is Raleigh, North Carolina-based Highwoods.
The influence of COVID-19 has led to changes in the way we think, the way we act and even the way we work. To be successful, people must deal with inevitable challenges, figure out new ways to accomplish goals and become comfortable amidst new circumstances. The questionable part is that when the smoke clears, how
Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners has sold Marina Landings, the 70,000-square-foot retail town center of Westshore Marina District, in Tampa. The property sold for $13 million. The buyer was Transcentum. Tenants of Marina Landings include Cru Cellars, Sand Surf Co., Duckweed Urban Grocery, Crave Spa, Salon Color Bar, DRNK coffee + tea and QWENCH juice bar,
Punit Shah was Tampa Bay Business and Wealth’s first-ever cover story, in September 2018. Since then, he’s been a busy guy, despite a global pandemic. “Covid put a pause on a lot,” Shah says. “But we used the downtime, during covid, to plan and focus on several multi-family projects.” One of those was purchasing the
By Ashley Thompson & Brad Berzins General Overview – Florida In recent years, Florida has proven itself as an ideal place to live, work and play. With no personal income tax, exceptional year-round weather, world-class sports teams and so much more it is no wonder Florida has seen an influx of businesses relocating their headquarters
B+E announced that the Tampa Causeway Center, located at 2609 Causeway Center Drive, Tampa has listed for $13,660,000. The property is 92,000 square feet and sits on 8.157 acres, according to a statement. “This investment features 22 units, across nine buildings, with a mixed tenant base of local and regional operators that provide investors with
It’s nearly impossible to discuss the state of Tampa Bay’s commercial real estate market without addressing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of which remain unknown. The silver lining is that most U.S. commercial real estate markets entered this crisis in solid shape and that is especially true of the Tampa Bay area. Our