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Boutique office space coming to $500M mixed-use project

Bromley Companies unveils plans for The Loft at Midtown Tampa.


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A rendering of the The Loft at Midtown, coming to Bromley Companies' Midtown Tampa development. Courtesy photo.
A rendering of the The Loft at Midtown, coming to Bromley Companies' Midtown Tampa development. Courtesy photo.
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TAMPA — Bromley Cos, the developer of the $500 million Midtown Tampa project, has unveiled updated plans for the mixed-use development located at the southeast corner of 1-275 and North Dale Mabry Highway.

A rendering of the exterior of The Loft at Midtown. Courtesy photo.
A rendering of the exterior of The Loft at Midtown. Courtesy photo.

According to a press release, 22-acre district will include The Loft at Midtown, a three-story, 700,000-square-foot building that will provide ground-floor retail storefronts plus creative office space on the second and third floors. It will feature 15-foot ceilings, skylights and an outdoor terrace.

“We’re excited to introduce this unique office concept for tenants who may be looking for space outside the more conventional office landscape,” Bromley Cos. CEO Nicholas Haines states in the release. “The way companies do business is ever-evolving and diversifying, and with The Loft, Midtown Tampa will be able to offer the ideal space to attract and provide a fantastic environment for their employees.”

Midtown Tampa, the release states, will offer 750,000 square feet of office space when fully built out. Construction on the first office tower, Midtown One, is under way, with completion expected in 2021.

 

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