By  on December 6, 2017

It’s been called the Hudson Yards of the South, albeit without the density of that northern counterpart. Upon completion, Water Street Tampa will have nine million square feet of commercial, residential, retail, educational and cultural space. While the Manhattan city-within-a-city’s square footage is pegged at 20 million, Water Street Tampa covers a larger area: more than 50 acres versus Hudson Yards’ 28.

The $3 billion-plus Water Street Tampa will be unfurled in multiple phases and built over a 10-year period. It is one of a very few ground-up new construction projects in the U.S. Like Hudson Yards, Water Street Tampa represents a new mixed-use neighborhood, albeit one that will be built within the confines of an existing central business district.

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