About Water Street Tampa
When complete, the 53-acre development by Strategic Property Partners (SPP) will include over nine million square feet of residential, commercial, hospitality, educational, and entertainment space adjacent to the Amalie Arena (home to the Lightning), Tampa Bay History Center, the Tampa Convention Center and Florida Aquarium. SPP is a joint venture between Bill Gates’ investment fund Cascade Investment LLP and local businessman Jeff Vinik, owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team. It is intended to enhance Tampa’s profile on the national stage.
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1010 Water Street
Looking south on Nebraska Avenue with 1010 Water Street in the background.
1010 Water Street is a mixed-use building featuring 481 multifamily residential units and 29,833 gross square feet of retail space.
Looking east on Cumberland Avenue.
Walking east on Cumberland Avenue.
The EDITION Hotel and Residences
From left to right: 1001 Water Street, EDITION Tampa, 1010 Water Street.
The Edition Hotel & Residences is a 173 key hotel with 27 luxury residential units.
Looking west at the intersection of Water Street and Channelside Drive. The Amalie Arena can be seen in the background. The EDITION Hotel and Residences can be seen to the right.
Publix Plaza at Amalie Arena.
1077 Water Street
Looking south down Water Street from the Cumberland Avenue intersection.
1077 Water Street is a mixed-use building featuring 388 residential units and 13,394 gross square feet of retail.
1077 Water Street in the background.
1001 Water Street
1001 Water Street is a 354,306 square feet office tower with 10,568 square feet of retail space.
Looking east through an alley from Water Street. The East Garage can be seen in the background to the left. The East Garage includes 10,654 square feet of retail space.
The future storefront of CAVA on Water Street.
A view of 1001 Water Street.
The Naked Farmer on the ground floor of 1001 Water Street.