Check out these renderings of the $500 million Midtown Tampa mixed-use development!
If everything continues to go smoothly Tampa City Council will have final approval on May 17.
Bromley Cos. CEO, Nicholas Haines says -“The first truly-integrated, walkable, mixed-use development in the region is one step closer to becoming a reality. We look forward to working with the City as plans for Midtown Tampa continue to move forward.”
It looks like Whole Foods is set up to be the anchor tenant, also including a large movie theater, and , boutique shops.
There are three towers shown — Midtown North, South and West — as well as multi-unit housing and a central promenade.
The expected 1.8 million square feet development is to include: Movie theater and other entertainment retail, 750,000 square feet of office space, 400 multifamily units, a 225-room boutique hotel, a landscaped pond with a fountain, 4 acres of public space and both street and structured parking.
Midtown Tampa boundaries are Interstate 275 to the north, Cypress Street to the south, Dale Mabry to the west and Himes Avenue to the east.
Bromley expects construction to break ground next year with construction complete in 2021.