Bay3 Cowork Space, Public Market Take Shape in Tampa Heights


To say we’re excited for the opening of Armature Works in Tampa Heights would be an understatement. The 70,000 sq. ft. facility will house some of the most inspired food concepts in the entire city. More than just a foodie hall, Armature Works will serve as a full on entertainment center with several event halls that are currently available for reservations. Not content to stop there, the owners have also added Bay3, a cowork space for Tampa’s aspiring and established entrepreneurs.

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Heights cowork space will encourage collaboration

Bay3 offers a collaborative hub where innovative thinkers can form partnerships with one another. The space will feature open desks and lounge areas, private offices and meeting rooms, private phone booths, color printer, fax/copier, scanner and shredder, notary public on site, member honor bar, conference rooms with catering available, private lockers with mail service option and members-only events.

The space will also be replete with audio-visual equipment. Bay3 is not currently accepting applications for membership; however, interested parties can sign up for email updates to be alerted as soon as they begin the application process.

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The Public Market roster

The Heights Public Market will feature an open floor plan with communal seating surrounded by restaurants featuring the top chefs in the Tampa Bay region. Restaurants include:

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Two esteemed restaurants beyond the market

Armature Works food community will be bookended by two restaurants: Steelbach and Atlantic Beer and Oyster. Steelbach will serve modern American cuisine and feature a craft cocktail bar. ABO will serve up some of the finest steamed oysters, peel and eat shrimp and smoked fish dip in Tampa.

You can learn more about the event venues, restaurants and potential launch date on their new website, Facebook and Instagram.

 

 

*Article by Andrew Harlan (andrew@rkc.me), writer/editor of That’s So Tampa

Written by Brian Bailey

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Brian Bailey is the founder of I Love the Burg and That's So Tampa. In addition to regular contributions to each blog, he's been featured as a commentator to Bay New 9, The Tampa Tribune, The Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Bay Business Journal and The Business Observer as well as national outlets including The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal.