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Developer brings more housing to historic district

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  • | 5:07 p.m. December 4, 2017
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TAMPA — Bainbridge Ybor City, at 1512 E. 12th Ave., in the Ybor City National Historic Landmark District, opened its doors to potential residents Nov. 30.

The 240-unit apartment complex was developed by Bainbridge Companies, which owns, develops and manages luxury multifamily communities in the eastern United States.

The community offers a live-work-play lifestyle designed to attract millennial renters, according to a statement.“The apartment market in the Tampa area is healthy and robust, and it features a strong demand for modern communities in highly walkable settings that allow residents to live, work and play in one area,” states Tom Keady, president of the Bainbridge Companies, in a press release. “Bainbridge Ybor City fits that description perfectly.”

Amenities at the four-story Bainbridge Ybor City — which offers one- and two-bedroom apartment homes — include a swimming pool surrounded by a sundeck; a 24-hour fitness center with cardio, yoga space and a private training room; covered garage parking; and a resident clubroom and lounge with an arcade game table and a bar area.

“We have designed Bainbridge Ybor City to reflect the energetic characteristics of the surrounding neighborhood and its history,” states Bob Thollander, Bainbridge's vice president of development for the Florida region, in the release. “The floor plans, modern color schemes, patios and balconies highlight the essence of Floridian style, yet with an urban, cutting-edge flair. The numerous socializing areas make this a modern-day paradise for millennials and young renters.”


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