Midtown Tampa In The News

Midtown Tampa goes vertical, plans to open by 2021 Super Bowl

After decades on the drawing board, the Midtown Tampa development has hit a flurry of activity with the start of vertical construction and the announcement of several high profile tenants. The mixed-use district between downtown Tampa and Westshore will feature 1.8...

Developers and Tampa leaders turn dirt on Midtown Tampa site

By Pam Huff  – Managing Editor, Tampa Bay Business Journal May 15, 2019, 2:36pm EDT Updated May 15, 2019, 3:07pm EDT Vertical construction officially began on Wednesday on the 22-acre mixed-use Midtown Tampa project as developers, local executives and city officials...

Midtown Tampa’s construction goes vertical

After 20 years of planning and $30 million in road, drainage and other infrastructure work, contractors will start construction on several buildings more or less simultaneously. By Richard Danielson Published May 15 Updated May 15 TAMPA — After decades as what its...

Midtown Tampa development first of its kind for the city

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) - A new development is on the rise right off of I-275 and Dale Mabry Highway. Midtown Tampa sits on 22 acres and it’s the first mixed-use project of its kind in the Tampa Bay area. “It has 400 apartments, 230 hotel rooms. It has over 700,000 feet of...

Midtown Tampa construction ready to go vertical

TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) - It still looks like a pile of dirt now, but the development of the city's new Midtown Tampa shopping district is about to ramp up. Demolition at the future site of the mixed-use development on Dale Mabry Highway near I-275 completed last...

Chef Chris Ponte to open new restaurant in Midtown Tampa

By Ashley Gurbal Kritzer  – Senior Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal May 1, 2019, 7:24am EDT Updated a day ago Chef Chris Ponte's fourth restaurant will serve the same sort of food as his namesake Cafe Ponte — in a much more modern, accessible space. The James...

Two Hotels with Rooftop Lounges Coming to Midtown Tampa

By: Victoria Price Posted: Apr 17, 2019 10:51 PM EDT Updated: Apr 20, 2019 11:13 PM EDT The developers of Midtown Tampa announced Wednesday two dual-branded hotels will be built as part of the $500 million project. Aloft and Element, both owned by Marriott, are...

Midtown Tampa unveils dual-branded Element and Aloft hotel

TAMPA — The 7-story hotel Midtown Tampa developers will start to build this summer will be a dual-branded Aloft and Element property with 226 rooms and a rooftop terrace, pool and lounge designed to appeal to locals as much as to out-of-towners. "One of the elements...