Rivergate Tower, Downtown Tampa

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) DOWNTOWN TAMPA, FL – Rivergate Tower, also known as the beer can building, stands 454 ft and was sold last in December of 2014 for $59.6 million. The cylindrical tower skyscraper was designed using the Da Vinci code and was finished in 1988 at a cost of $150 million. See list of Tallest Building …

Classic Cablecar system in Tampa may get some improvements

TAMPA, FL – On December 17, 2014, HART Unveiled a Streetcar Modernization and Expansion Study. Mr. Vinik stated that his development company Strategic Property Partners LLC are looking to take a leadership role in creating a more robust transportation system in downtown, including an improved streetcar system and enhanced bus service. (source http://gohart.blogspot.com)

Amalie Arena, Tampa

TAMPA, FL – The Amalie Arena, originally named Ice Palace, opened its doors for the first time on October 12, 1996. The total cost of the construction amounted to $139 million – that translates to $209 million in 2014 dollars. NAMES OVER THE YEARS 1996-2002: ICE PALACE (first name) 2002-2012: St. Pete Times Forum 2012-2014: …

SkyHouse Channelside (the construction)

CHANNEL DISTRICT/TAMPA, FL – DEC 13, 2014: The construction of SkyHouse Channelside Tower, a 23-floor luxury high-rise condo and apartment complex, is well underway located on 12th Street in the Channel District of Tampa, FL. UPDATE 2015: Skyhouse Channelside Tower is Now Open and one of the tallest apartment complexes in downtown Tampa. ROOFTOP AMENITIES: The Penthouse …

Fred Carl Hillsborough County Center, 8th tallest, Downtown Tampa, FL

DOWNTOWN TAMPA, FL – The Frederick B. Karl Hillsborough County Center building located in Downtown Tampa houses around 30 Hillsborough County Departments. There are 28 floors and the height of the building is 375 feet. -1992: Hillsborough County purchased the Two Mack Center building for $30 million -2000: Mack Center was changed to Frederick B. Karl County Center. …

Rivergate Tower (SYKES) designed with Da Vinci code

TAMPA, FL – Doug Brewer of In-Real Properties, owner of the The Rivergate (SYKES) Tower said in an interview with Visit Florida last year: The building was designed around the Fibonacci sequence which was made famous in the book ‘The Divici Code’ where the numbers one and three are very prevalent in the code. The space between the columns …