Bainbridge completes $43m apartment scheme in Tampa

Bainbridge completes $43m apartment scheme in Tampa

Published at: 2017-12-06 15:27 | Author: CIJ USA
The Bainbridge Companies has completed construction and started leasing its new multifamily project in the Ybor City National Historic Landmark District in Tampa. Located at 1512 E. 12th Ave., the $43 million, four story Bainbridge Ybor City will house 240 units. The community offers a live-work-play lifestyle designed to attract millennial renters. Property amenities include a swimming pool surrounded by a sundeck, covered garage parking, and a resident clubroom and lounge with an arcade game table and a bar area. The developer paid $4.25 million for the site in 2015. “The apartment market in the Tampa area is healthy and robust, and it features a strong demand for modern communities in highly walkable settings that allow residents to live, work and play in one area,” states Tom Keady, president of the Bainbridge Companies, in a press release. “Bainbridge Ybor City fits that description perfectly.”

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