New Water Street residential tower is basically a luxury resort in the center of Tampa

Anyone looking for a roommate, because the Residences at 1010 Water Street looks like a dream come true. Granted, Strategic Property Partners and Jeff Vinik basically have the Midas touch right now in Tampa.

The planned 481-unit residential tower will be all about the amenities centered along what the developers call a “shared social experience.”

Giant rooftop recreation lawn planned

Those sweet extras include an indoor-outdoor bar, private outdoor kitchens and a rooftop pool surrounded by cabanas. Plus, the tower will be complete with a rooftop lawn where movies and major sports events will be screened.

It’s basically a resort you get to stay at forever in the heart of Tampa. We’re currently existing in the live-work-play era, and 1010 Water Street fits right in. In addition to private party rooms and movie rooms, the concept will include a coworking space and private conference rooms.

They’ll also be able to stay in shape courtesy of a large fitness center. To ramble off a few more impressive extras, 1010 Water Street will also feature it’s own coffee shop with 32,000 square feet of retail space.

New grocery store opening in downtown Tampa

A full construction and completion timeline is still TBA. You can follow updates by visiting The Residences at 1010 Water Street’s website.

This news coincides with the recent announcement that a full-service, wellness-oriented grocery store is planned to open at 815 Water Street, a nearby residential building designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and Associates, in 2020.

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