Tampa’s Hyde Park Village continues to flourish a food and fun destination. It’s completely activated with community events and just happens to be one of the most aesthetically stunning sections of the entire city. This summer, it will become a destination for budding entrepreneurs with the arrival of Hyde House, a co-work concept from the minds behind Station House in St. Pete.
Yes, we’re in the midst of a co-work boom as more and more startups emerge in the Tampa Bay region, with WeWork making a major push in the area. But there’s always room for one more. Station House will offer a glimpse at Hyde House during a special Reveal event on April 5 at 250 1st Avenue South in St. Pete.
Hyde House opening in Tampa this summer
Titled Reveal: Undivided, this event will bring together Tampa and St. Pete residents and businesses for a night of art, fashion, music, food and cocktails.
But trust us, this well beyond your typical Friday night cocktail party. This is a multi-level market, art gallery and fancy bar experience.
Royal Palm Market will gather several local vendors for street-level night market. There will be a cocktail exhibit curated by Ichicoro Ane showcasing exclusive cocktails by Ichicoro Ane, Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails, and Ciro’s Tampa.
Music bumping on every floor
DJ Austen Van Der Bleek from Open House Conspiracy will provide music on the rooftop, along with BETTY DAWL. Later on in the evening a series of speakers brought together by Synapse Florida will provide key insights into Tampa Bay’s booming entrepreneurial ecosystem. That’s right, this elegant event is educational too.
Music will be echoing on every floor with the help of L8 Night Flights by Jason Kitchen & Lyndon Uy. Yes, the entire building is basically one giant concert venue. Get ready to dance.
Visitors can also anticipate modern art and fashion installations curated by WE ARE YOUNG BLOOD and fashion by MUSEbypablo.
Hyde Park Village pops up in the Burg
It will also serve as a chance to meet Hyde House’s neighbors. There will be pop-up shopping experiences from Canvas Fashion Gallery and The Social Status.
Don’t forget the dress code: St. Pete wears black and Tampa wears white.
The event takes place on Friday, April 5 from 5pm-1am. Station House St. Pete is located at 260 1st Avenue South.