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Background





History


The history of skyscrapers in Tampa began with the completion of the Citizens Bank Building in 1913; this building is often regarded as the first high-rise in the city, rising 10 stories. Later in the 1920s, two more stories were added to reach in height. The city's first skyscraper to surpass was the Franklin Exchange Building, completed in 1966. Tampa went through a large high-rise construction boom that has lasted from the completion of One Tampa City Center in 1981 to the present; during this time, the city has seen the completion of 16 of its 18 tallest buildings, including 100 North Tampa and the Bank of America Plaza. Although no Tampa skyscrapers rank among the tallest in the United States, the city is home to four buildings rising higher than . , Tampa ranks second in the state in skyscraper count, behind Miami, which is the site of 255 skyscrapers.


Present


Tampa's skyscraper construction has continued to the present; since 2000, twelve buildings rising higher than have been completed. The latest, Heron, rises in height and was completed in 2021. Heron stands as the forthteenth-tallest building in Tampa, behind the Tampa Marriott Waterside. As of April 2021, there were 25 high-rises under construction, approved, and proposed for construction in the city. By the end of 2021, up to 15 high-rises will be under construction. A majority of them are Water Street Tampa projects.


Water Street Tampa


Water Street Tampa, the 3 Billion Dollar Project, that will transform Tampa's skyline. Water Street Tampa is a massive mixed-use Tampa Bay Lightning owner, Jeffrey Vinik, has envisioned for years. The project was developed by Strategic Property Partners, LLC, a joint venture of Cascade Investment, owned by Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, and Jeffrey Vinik. More than 50 acres of downtown Tampa will consist of Water Street Tampa. It will create 2.2 million square feet of new office space; approximately 3,500 new rental and for-sale residences; 1 million square feet of new retail, cultural, educational, and entertainment space at the street-level, as well as 12.9 acres of new and enhanced park and public gathering places. Two new hotels, JW Marriott (four-star hotel) and EDITION Marriott (Tampa's first five-star hotel) will boost over 650 new rooms. A $40 million renovation is also planned at the existing Marriott Waterside hotel. Within a year of April 23, 2018, construction should be underway on Phase 1 (10 of Water Street Tampa's planned 22 buildings). Tampa's hockey arena, Amalie Arena, will be surrounded by up to about 20 construction cranes at a time, with nearly 3,000 hard hats on the job. Water Street Tampa will be one of the largest downtown real estate developments in the United States. Water Street Tampa is expected to be divided into 3 phases. The largest phase, 1, is scheduled to be completed in 2021, while the last phase, 3, is set to be completed in 2027. __TOC__

Tallest buildings

This list ranks Tampa skyscrapers that stand at least 250 feet (76 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.


Timeline of tallest buildings


upThe Floridan Hotel stood as the tallest building in the city from 1926 until 1966. This lists buildings that once held the title of the tallest building in Tampa.


Tallest approved, under construction, or proposed


This lists buildings that are under construction, approved, or proposed to rise at least 200 feet. The "Year" column represents the estimated year the structure is set for completion.


Approved


This lists buildings that are currently approved in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet.


Under Construction


This lists buildings that are currently under construction in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet.


Proposed


This lists buildings that are currently proposed in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet. * Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building heights, floor counts, or dates of completion has not yet been released.


See also


* List of tallest buildings in Florida * List of tallest buildings in Fort Lauderdale * List of tallest buildings in Jacksonville * List of tallest buildings in Miami * List of tallest buildings in Miami Beach * List of tallest buildings in Orlando * List of tallest buildings in St. Petersburg * List of tallest buildings in Sunny Isles Beach

References



External links


Diagram of Tampa skyscrapers
on SkyscraperPage
Florida High-Rises
at urbanFLORIDA {{featured list Tampa Tallest, Tampa Tallest