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Business Observer Friday, Feb. 5, 2021 3 months ago

Ronto Group begins contract conversions in Tampa

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Altura Bayshore tower reservations have exceeded demand, developer says, as required state documents are filed.

The Ronto Group has hit an important milestone with its planned 22-story Altura Bayshore condominium tower in Tampa by beginning to convert buyer reservations into sales contracts.

The Naples-based developer also has filed required condominium documents with the state for the project, which mandate the project be delivered within a set time frame.

Ronto Group owner Anthony Solomon says that final preparations are taking place to begin construction on the 73-unit tower, at 2910 W. Barcelona St.

Condo projects such as Altura Bayshore have benefited from low interest rates and an influx of residents to the Tampa area from northern states amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

At Altura Bayshore, units measure from 2,176 square feet to 3,575 square feet and are priced from $1 million to $2.9 million, according to a statement. 

“We are thrilled with the design and progress of this exceptional tower overlooking Bayshore Boulevard,” says Solomon in the statement. “This location provides an extraordinary opportunity for buyers, and we believe the best value of any tower going up in Tampa Bay.”

The project also features several unique “lifestyle” amenities such as an outdoor rooftop swimming pool with cabanas and a sunset terrace.

“Bayshore is well known as such a premier location in Greater Tampa Bay, and we are extraordinarily confident in both Tampa and this location in particular,” Solomon adds. “Buyers have recognized this opportunity, and we are thrilled to move ahead to bring this exciting project to life.”

 

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