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Manatee development fills leased spaces a year after construction concludes

The Shoppes of Moccasin Wallow are stretched across 19,000 square feet of space.

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  • | 4:50 p.m. August 25, 2022
The Shoppes of Moccasin Wallow has filled all of the leases. (Courtesy photo)
The Shoppes of Moccasin Wallow has filled all of the leases. (Courtesy photo)
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Last August, construction concluded on The Shoppes of Moccasin Wallow and leasing began. Now the mixed-use development is fully leased.  

The Primerica Developments Inc. development in north Manatee County features more than 19,000 square feet of retail, medical and office building space west of Interstate 75. 

“With so much growth happening in the Manatee area, we are thrilled with all the new businesses coming to The Shoppes of Moccasin Wallow,” Richard Trzcinski, the president of  Tampa-based Primerica Developments Inc., says in a news release. 

Tenants who are already open for business include: 

  • Corporate Ladder Brewing Company
  • TK Grill
  • USA Nail Salon & Spa
  • American Honey Creamery & Coffee Co.
  • Mann Orthodontics 
  • Belt Hair Salon (Aveda)

Bay Care Medical Group is set to open an adult primary care center by the end of this year. Visage Dermatology and a yet-to-be-announced full-service restaurant are also coming soon to the development. 

Belt Hair Salon opened in May and, according to the press release, has already seen success. 

“We are overwhelmed with the support we have been shown” says salon owner Laura Belt.

The developer is also currently constructing Gateway Commons Apartments, a 280-unit complex, at The Woods of Moccasin Wallow. The apartments are expected to welcome residents next spring. 

“With the announcement of Bay Care Hospital (located) at the same Interstate 75 (and) Moccasin Wallow Road interchange, this community will only continue to thrive,” Trzcinski says. “Our hope is that our projects will provide continued support for the citizens of the Palmetto and Parrish communities by providing a place for local goods and services while creating business opportunities to further strengthen the local economy.”



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