TAMPA—A new high rise is opening its doors to tenants.
Developers for Cora, a new 23 story luxury residential building, began pre-leasing this week with plans for the first tenants to begin moving in in September.
The building is located in Water Street Tampa, the 56-acre mixed-used development near downtown.
Cora’s developers say the property’s 388-units will range from studios to three bedrooms.
On Thursday, a representative at the property said leasing is now for units between floors two and 10. A date was not available for when leasing would open for the remaining floors.
Rent at Cora, which boasts a laundry list of amenities, ranges from $1,670 for a 451-square-foot studio apartment to $5,185 for a 1,534-square-foot three bedroom apartment according to the building’s website.
Lee Schaffler, chief portfolio officer for the real estate development firm Strategic Property Partners says in a statement that the building “brings a unique art deco and modernist influence reminiscent of the architectural history of Florida and its nautical roots.”
Cora is just part of a construction boom coming Water Street, a part of the city that was made up of mostly parking lots. When completed, the development is expected to bring 9 million square feet of new construction that will include commercial, residential, hospitality, entertainment and retail space.