7TH AVE DEVELOPMENT
CENTRO YBOR PARKING GARAGE
First Vertical Parking Structure for Ybor
1205 space parking garage one block south of Centro Ybor
Location is South of 6th Avenue, between 15th & 16th Streets
$12 million project
EDA GRANT/ INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS
$750,000 EDA Grant received, $1.8 million infrastructure programthat includes:
1. 7th Avenue Streetscaping Project
Facelift for 10 blocks of 7th Avenue
Removal of the existing planters
Addition of Washington Palms
Art in Public Places component that entails decorative pavers along thesidewalk with tobacco leaf shapes andgranite inscriptions from Ferdie Pacheco's book "Memoirs"
Addition of street furniture (i.e. benches) to complement thehistoric lights and trash receptacles
Serves as an identifiable symbol for Ybor City
This landmark gateway is located at the intersection of 7th Ave.& Nick Nuccio
A smaller gateway, complimentary in design, is located in the medianof Palm Ave at Nebraska
3. New District Signage Program that creates a new logo and look for YborCity. All of the vehicular and pedestrian signs will be replaced by newsigns. The program includes overhead signs, parking signs, destinationsigns, street name signs, bus parking, and coordination of existing signs withnew poles.
4. Parking lot landscaping improvements to the public lots in Ybor City.
5. New historic lights (23) were installed on 8th Ave.
6. New traffic signal was installed at 8th Avenue and 21st& 22nd Streets
7. District wide sanitary sewer improvements.
8. Water vault improvements in deficient blocks for fire sprinkler operation.
8TH AVENUE DEVELOPMENT
Major economic development tool for the revitalization of thegreater downtown Tampa area.
The streetcar will connect three districts: Ybor City, ChannelDistrict and Downtown
Transportation link will encourage remote parking, promote tourism,contribute to the City’s ambiance and reinforce Tampa’s unique history
$55 million project
CENTENNIAL PARK IMPROVEMENTS
Addition of privately operated Alessi’s Cafe Beignet at westend
Improvements have included new restrooms with covered events area, improvedlighting and removal of fountain at center of park.
Enhancement of park includes a new south entry with the addition ofthe Nick Nuccio Statue
Site of many special events as well as the weekly Ybor City Fresh Market,Main Street Quarterly Arts and Crafts Festivals, Festa Italiana, Super Paellaand others.
Florida Department of Transportation is coordinating the relocation andrenovation of 5 casitas near I-4 to the east side of 19th Street between8th and 9th Avenues. The casitas will be dedicated to the City of Tampa todevelop and then managed by the Ybor Museum as retail spaces. Rents will go to support Ybor City Museum Society.
9TH & PALM AVE DEVELOPMENT
YBOR HILTON GARDEN INN
First Hotel in Ybor City
90 Guestrooms, Conference Rooms and courtyard to be built at the1700 block of 9th Avenue and Palm Avenue
Project cost is $6 million
K & K DEVELOPMENT
14,000 s.f. office development project at southwest corner of 9th Avenue and 18th Street
$1.5 million project
CC PUBLICSERVICES TECHNICAL BUILDING
77,400 s.f. new college building for programs that serve thecollege’s link to the public agencies
Building supports 22 police, corrections and fire academiesconducted each year
$9.4 million project
Advanced Cooling System for Ybor City
Located on 16th Street at Palm Avenue, adjacent to the new HCCbuilding
$1.8 million project
YBOR SQUARE RENOVATION
90,000 s.f. renovation of the historic Ybor Square into build to-suit officespace.
ZOM Corporation is the developer
GERMAN AMERICAN CLUB
One of the last historic social clubs to be renovated
$2.1 million project
Developed by Tampa Bay Economic Development Corporation in 1997. Homeof the Ybor Service Center, City of Tampa offices.
THE PARK ATYBOR CITY (APARTMENTS / RETAIL COMPLEX)
Developer: Camden Subsidiary, Inc.
Located on the 5 Vacant Blocks north of Palm Ave
462 Upscale Apartment Units, 15,000 s.f. Commercial
Approximate Cost: $33 million
DON VINCENTE DE YBOR INN
Renovation of the 20,000 s.f. Gonzalez Clinic building into a 16room luxury hotel with a restaurant and bistro
Southeast corner of 14th Street and 9thAvenue, across from Ybor Square
$1.7 million project
KFORCE.COM OFFICE DEVELOPMENT
Kforce.com (formerly Romac International, Inc.), an internationalpersonnel staffing company, developed the nine acre site behind TECO for theirinternational headquarters.
Phase I: $12 million project with an additional $18 million phase IIplan. The project brings 900+ new employeesto the Ybor City area.
NICK NUCCIO PARKWAY DEVELOPMENT
PALM AVENUE PARKING GARAGE
Joint development project with Hillsborough Community Collegeand the City of Tampa, where as HCC contributed $6 million plus land
1500 space parking garage, the second vertical parking structurefor Ybor City
$15 million project
FLORIDA BREWERY OFFICE BUILDING
Renovation of the historic Florida Brewery Building into officespaces
$5.2 million project
Renovation of the Historic Centro Espanol Building
210,000 s.f. retail entertainment complex with 20 screen/4000 seat theater
$45 million ($5 million for Centro Espanol Bldg.)