Moxy Hotel, massive food hall coming to the EDGE District

Renderings of a rooftop bar and retail space

Enter The EDGE Collective, an ambitious mixed-use project from PTM Partners. As first reported by Forbes reporter Francisco Alvarado, PTM Partners plans to open a 161-room Moxy Hotel, a 12,000-square-foot food hall by Hall on Franklin, co-working space run by Station House.

PTM Partners purchased the 1.5 acre opportunity zone for $13 million back in October from Tricera, according to St. Pete Catalyst.

It’s big, it’s bold, it’s the new face of the EDGE District. Now a proverbial lightning rod for food and entertainment in the Sunshine City, the EDGE is home to some of the best reviewed, and most popular hubs in the area.

Local concepts help grow EDGE District

By day, Intermezzo is a coffee shop and community meeting place. By night, Intermezzo is one of the trendiest cocktail bars you’ll find on Central Avenue. It’s neighbor, Baum Avenue Market is home to some of the best bites you’ll find, including our personal favorites The Twisted Indian and Karma Juice Bar.

The development, designed by Storyn and Kobi Karp, will also have a mid-block retail arcade that will lead directly to Tropicana Field, according to Forbes. EDGE Collective will take over the space currently occupied by Furnish Me Vintage and the EDGE District Parking lot.

Station House expanding across Tampa Bay

This is another huge step for Station House. The co-work and events venue concept is also set to launch a chic space in Tampa’s trendy Hyde Park Village. Called Hyde House, the 33,000-square-foot development will open to members beginning November 20, with anchor tenants expected to move in throughout December.

Both St. Pete Rising and Tampa Bay Business Journal also followed up with further reporting on specific site plans.

Tampa developments arriving in St. Pete

The concept will be located on the block by 13th Street and Central Avenue. An official construction and opening timeline is still TBA. This follows the news that the developers behind the popular waterfront food hall, Armature Works, are taking over a portion of the Sundial.

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