Altman – The Altis Grand Central Residential Complex – Florida - Project Profile
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Altman Companies (Altman) is planning to build a residential complex in Tampa, Florida, the US.
The project involves the construction of a five-story residential complex comprising 314 units and 905m2 of retail space on 1.01ha of land. It includes the construction of a clubhouse, parking garage, and related facilities.
Altman appointed MSA Architects as the architect, Hill Ward Henderson as the legal advisor.
In April 2015, Altman submitted an application to Tampa City Council for rezoning the project site.
In September 2015, Tampa City Council rejected the plans.
In March 2016, Altman revised the project plans and increased the number of residential units from 296 residential units to 314 units.
In April 2016, Altman proposed the revised plans to Tampa City Council.
In August 2016, Altman received planning approval.
The project must receive a non-substantial change approval from the Tampa City Council to accommodate slight increases to the building's footprint as a result of architectural changes before construction can begin.
On March 28, 2017, Altman secured building permits from Tampa’s building department.
The project involves the construction of a five-story residential complex comprising 314 units and 905m2 of retail space on 1.01ha of land in Tampa, Florida, the US.
The US$50 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a clubhouse
2. Construction of parking garage
3. Construction of related facilities
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