The Courtney Campbell Causeway, the picturesque boulevard connecting Tampa and Clearwater across Tampa Bay, is experiencing new private investments designed to attract more people to the Causeway as a destination. Here are two examples:
Situated where the Chart House restaurant once stood at 7616 Courtney Campbell Trail will soon be a multi-family housing community known as Seazen. With over 320 units, the apartments will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from approximately 600 to 1,600 square feet. There will also be plenty of amenities.
“Seazen’s amenity package features a 12,000-square-foot clubhouse, membership-grade fitness center with yoga and spinning classrooms plus an on-demand virtual fitness trainer,” says Beth Alonzo of ZOM, Inc., which is the developer of the project. “There will also be two resort-style pools, four waterfront courtyards, a pet salon, bark park as well as an aqua lounge waterfront amenity center featuring paddle-boards, kayaks and on-site boat slips.
First units are expected to be available summer 2018. For more information, visit Zom Inc’s website
Autograph Collection Marriott on Rocky Point
Also located along the Courtney Campbell Causeway is Rocky Point, an inlet of restaurants, offices and hotels. One of the newer hotels to go up in Rocky Point, is a new Autograph Collection Marriott
. The Autograph Collection hotels offer luxurious accommodations and refined ambiance. With only 100 hotels of its kind globally, this will be the second one in the Tampa Bay area, joining the Epicurean
Lifsey Real Estate Holdings
in collaboration with Pinnacle Hotel Management
is behind the 180-room boutique hotel. The new structure will be nine-stories with a restaurant and rooftop bar. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.