Pollack Shores launching $130m apartment scheme in Tampa

Pollack Shores launching $130m apartment scheme in Tampa

Published at: 2019-06-06 16:24 | Author: CIJ USA
Pollack Shores Real Estate Group is set to kick of construction of its third multifamily development in the Tampa sub-market of North Hyde Park. Located on North Rome Avenue., the $130m project will offer a total of 226 units. The community will feature units of up to three bedrooms and 1,489 sqf in size, with completion slated 2020. It will feature a corner market on the ground floor.

“We’ve established a new market in Tampa by deploying new urbanist principles that attract future residents and ultimately facilitate growth,” said Anthony Everett, Director of Central Florida for Pollack Shores. “With 800+ units developed in this three-block area, we have created a center of energy for residents who want to live close to Hyde Park, University of Tampa and the downtown area, which are all less than a mile away.” The company opened its scheme NoHo Flats in 2013, followed by Havana Square in 2017.

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