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World Renowned Artist Beau Stanton Brings his Talent to Tampa within Armature Works

More public art is coming to the Tampa Bay area. Beau Stanton, a highly sought after multi-disciplinary artist, recently began work on a mural …

  • The Heights

The Heights Receives $21.5 Million in Funding

The Heights Community Development District Receives $21.5 Million in Funding to Develop its Public Infrastructure Funds to go towards implementing parking, street and pedestrian …

  • The Heights Public Market

Make Your Own Sushi Bowls & Nitrogen Ice Cream Creations Transform Food Into Works Of Art

We’ve all heard “food is art”, but the two newest additions to Armature Works’ Heights Public Market are taking that concept to a whole …

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Cru Cellars Beefing Up Heights Public Market With Vino + Steak Frites

Raise your hand if you love wine? Ok, put it down. We know you do. Well, wine lovers rejoice! Local favorite Cru Cellars — the …

  • The Heights Public Market

Former Daily Eats Managing Partner Bringing Comfort Food Haven to The Heights Public Market

Ask anyone which three words cause a jolt of excitement with food-lovers everywhere, and they’ll answer in unison: Breakfast. All. Day. Prayers have been …

  • Media Coverage

The right mix: Heights Market to foster collaborative interaction at Tampa’s Armature Works

Developers say Heights Market will be an all-day affair, not just a lunch and dinner destination.

  • Media Coverage

Tampa Heights development receives key approval

An $820 million mixed-use development on the Tampa Heights waterfront cleared a key hurdle on Tuesday. Port Tampa Bay unanimously approved “the permit to extend the Riverwalk and seawall from Waterworks Park to the North Boulevard Bridge and for construction of a 24-slip marina and water taxi slip,” developer Adam Harden, partner of SoHo Capital.

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Tampa’s next hot neighborhood? The Heights creates urban space to live, work, play and stay.

How do you create a neighborhood where people want to live and visitors want to play? It’s a tricky dichotomy that unites new urbanism principles with utility and efficiencies. The result can be a high quality of life neighborhood for residents, a fun destination for suburbanites and profits for developers.

  • Building Renovation

Set Sights

Entrepreneur Chas Bruck, co-creator behind the Heights, what could be a transformative $820 million, 43-acre development just north of downtown Tampa, has a lot to be excited about. But he’s truly giddy about one specific aspect of the project.