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Business Observer Wednesday, Jul. 17, 2019 3 years ago

Developer plans 22-story luxury condo tower

The 73-unit Altura Bayshore, in Tampa, will feature six penthouses.

TAMPA — Naples-based Ronto Group on Wednesday revealed plans for Altura Bayshore, a 22-story, 73-residence luxury condo tower it intends to build at 2907 S. Ysabella Ave., near the intersection of Bay to Bay and Bayshore boulevards — a sought-after location in south Tampa.

Altura Bayshore's roof will be almost entirely devoted to a social lounge and pool area. Courtesy photo.

Tampa architecture firm Curts Gaines Hall Jones designed the project, which will boast six penthouses and an elaborate rooftop lounge and pool area. According to a press release, residences will range in price from $1 million to $2.9 million and offer views of Hillsborough Bay to the east and south Tampa to the west. Each unit will have private elevator service.

“The Bayshore area is so beautiful and is just a few minutes from the downtown area that is undergoing an amazing renaissance, with exciting sports, arts, entertainment and so much more,” Ronto Group owner Anthony Solomon states in the release. “More people now want the maintenance-free lifestyle of a luxury condominium while staying in the mix — just a quick bike ride, walk, drive or Uber ride to shops, a game or the finest restaurants.”

Altura Bayshore’s residences will range in size from 2,176 to 3,575 square feet, the release states.

Ronto’s past projects on the Gulf Coast include 624 Palm in Sarasota; Paramount at Gulf Harbour; the Shores of Gulf Harbour; Forest Glen Naples; Key Marco and Hideaway Beach on Marco Island. 

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