Crescent Changes Name of $86M Tampa Multifamily Community
Following the recent groundbreaking ceremony held on Feb. 13, developer Crescent Resources is changing the name of its landmark $86 million multifamily development in Tampa from “Circle” to “Crescent”.
“Crescent is focusing on innovation in all aspects of our work, including how we design and build multifamily communities for the way people live today,” said Brian Natwick, president of Crescent’s Multifamily Division. “By shifting the name of our apartment communities, we are signifying that when you see the Crescent name on a development, whether it’s apartments or mixed use, you can be confident of a thoughtful approach to every aspect of the community, from site selection to amenities and from sustainability to community building.”
First announced in September 2012, Crescent Bayshore— the company’s fifth multifamily project in Tampa—is a 367-unit apartment community currently underway at 319 Bayshore Blvd. The development will feature studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans and include amenities such as three secluded courtyards, two rooftop terraces or the 7,000-square-foot resort-style pool deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, covered dining, and bay-side lounging.
The units will feature gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, prep islands, and stainless steel appliances, while bathroom finishes are set to include granite countertops, ceramic tile floors and tub and shower surrounds. Each unit will have high ceilings, spacious walk-in closets, and private balconies as well as recessed lights, fans, and built-in USB outlets.
Consistent with all of Crescent’s developments, Bayshore will incorporate many sustainable features and materials. The community has been designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification requirements from the U.S. Green Building Council.
MSA Architects of Miami designed the Spanish Eclectic eight-story structure, while Moss & Associates of Fort Lauderdale will serve as general contractor. The first apartments are expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2014.
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