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Development details for Tampa’s Riverwalk District

The Cigar City’s skyline is getting some new faces.

A rendering of two developments on the west side of the Hillsborough River: District Flats and ICON. The high rises sit right on the river as part of Tampa's Riverwalk expansion plans, which will create a River District adjacent to the one already in place.

Building toward the future.

Rendering via Related Group

We recently shared Tampa’s ongoing West River District plans. In short, the city wants to add a Riverwalk to the west side of the Hillsborough River — across from the current one.

Now, the future of the district is becoming clearer thanks to recently released renderings via Related Group. The real estate and development company is planning four separate mixed-use developments. More info has been revealed on two of the projects: District Flats and Riverwalk District ICON.

The 24-story District Flats building will boast 363 units, retail space, and ~750 parking spots. ICON will stand taller at 38 stories, with almost 700,000 sqft and 269 units.

Located right across from the Rivergate Tower — aka the Beer Can Building — the six-acre site cost Related Group $55 million. The group plans to inject about $1 billion into the site, creating ~1,100 dwelling units.

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