Tampa's South Shore Corporate Park Gets Its First Tenant In Stacktight

Tampa's South Shore Corporate Park is getting its first tenant.

According to Brian Rettig of CB Richard Ellis, Stacktight, a Kentucky-based edge protection product manufacturer, is leasing 15,225 square feet of South Shore's 91,350-square-foot building. CBE represented landlord Ryan Companies in the transaction.

"Stacktight's strategic decision to enter the Florida market exhibits the appeal that the Sunshine State continues to have, given our population base of nearly 19 million," says Brian Rettig, CBRE VP and listing representative for South Shore. "As the economy improves, growth will return -- smart businesses will have positioned themselves to accommodate growth from a flexible and centralized location like South Shore Corporate Park."

South Shore Corporate Park was planned and developed by Ryan Companies. The first phase of the 380-acre office and industrial park consists of 2.6 million square feet of office, office flex and build-to-suit projects. The second phase is slated to have in excess of 2 million square feet. The park is conveniently located at the interchange of I-75 and CR 674 in the South Shore region of Hillsborough County.

Stacktight is a premium North American manufacturer of edge protection products and offers a full line of strapping edge protectors, custom length corner boards, and ID & OD protectors for paper rolls and coiled metal protection. Stacktight has three manufacturing sites in North America as well as a distribution center in Southern California.

Writer: Missy Kavanaugh
Source: Brian Rettig, CB Richard Ellis

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