In the Media
New tenant to take over former Powerhouse Gym space in downtown Tampa
A new fitness center will fill a portion of the space Powerhouse Gym vacated in downtown Tampa earlier this year - and the building owners say they're working with retailers to filling the remaining square footage. Crunch Fitness has signed a lease in Grand Central at Kennedy, a mixed-use building that includes street-level retail and restaurants and condominiums. Crunch will occupy 21,415 square feet there, said Ken Stoltenberg, principal of Mercury Advisors. The gym will open a 13,000-square-foot "express" fitness facility in September and take occupancy of the entire space by the end of the year. Construction is slated to begin in August.
Reference: Tampa Bay Business Journal (https://www.bizjournals.com/tampabay/news/2017/07/10/new-tenant-to-take-over-former-powerhouse-gym.html)
St. Pete OKs soccer deal for Al Lang StadiumSt. Pete City Council approved a four year deal, letting Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards use Big 3 Entertainment, to run the stadium.
Reference: St. Petersburg Tribune (http://tbo.com/pinellas-county/st-petersburg-approves-deal-for-al-lang-stadium-20141002/)
John Anthony is interviewed regarding Liberty Channelside, LLC’s successes in Delaware Bankruptcy Court against the Tampa Port Authority.