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Providing a truly walkable location, Marina Pointe is steps away from everyday luxuries and essentials including a spa, grocery store, restaurants and shopping at Marina Landings. However, the arts, culture, dining, and variety of entertainment offerings of Downtown Tampa is just minutes from Marina Pointe, and yours to explore.

Downtown Tampa runs adjacent to the Hillsborough River and Tampa Bay creating a waterfront atmosphere ideal for boaters or those desiring life on the water, year-round. With dozens of docking options, you will even find many venturing to dining and outdoor hot spots by boat. We’ve heard our owners already talking about how wonderful it will be to walk down to their boat in our private marina and venture around Tampa Bay.

With the Riverwalk stretching the entire length of Downtown, and a Trolley service, everything is easily accessible. It is a great place to stay active, offering an incredibly scenic route to walk, bike or run.

If you’d like to learn more about what this city truly has to offer, we have put together a list of our favorite places to explore.

History & Museums

Founded in 1887, Downtown Tampa has a rich history. Visit one of the many museums Tampa has to offer, or take a stroll through beautiful historic buildings.

  • Tampa History Museum
  • Hotel Floridian
  • University of Tampa
  • Tampa Museum of Art
  • Glazer Children’s Museum
Entertainment

Visit the sting rays, catch a movie or Broadway play, attend a convention, or cheer on the recent Stanley Cup Champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning. Downtown Tampa always has something going on and offers fun for all ages.

  • The Florida Aquarium
  • Amalie Arena
  • Straz Center
  • Tampa Convention Center
  • Tampa Theater
Fine Dining

While Downtown features plenty of wonderful dining options, dress to the nines for an evening at one of these stunning establishments.

  • Malios
  • CW’s Gin Joint
  • Steelbach
  • M. Bird
  • Jackson’s Bistro, Bar & Sushi
  • Oak and Ola
  • Ulele’
  • Bizou Brasserie
Outdoor Dining & Waterfront Hot Spots

Downtown Tampa offers three amazing hot spots where you can enjoy amazing food and drinks, catch a market or an outdoor movie, all while being on the water. You can even rent paddle boards, kayaks, and boats at some of these locations.

  • Armature Works
  • Sail Pavilion
  • Sparkman Wharf
Parks

Between tennis courts, kayak launches, playgrounds, dog parks, festivals, concerts, and so much more, these beautiful Downtown Tampa parks keep the surrounding community in mind and truly offer something for everyone to enjoy.

  • Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
  • Perry Harvey Sr. Park
  • Julian B Lane Riverfront Park
  • Water Works Park
  • Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park

At Marina Pointe, a day on the water is only steps away. Beautiful weather coupled with a private marina directly outside of our residences means our boat owners can take full advantage of their love for boating, year-round. From local sand bars to restaurants on the water, there are dozens of area destinations to enjoy. The larger Westshore Marina District also features shops and restaurants perfect for gathering supplies for your day on the water, and the district will eventually feature a transient dock welcoming Tampa Bay area boaters.

Tampa Bay has an abundance of boating enthusiasts and there are so many options available. We’ve contacted the experts at MarineMax Clearwater to get their top list of boats for our Florida lifestyle.

 

Need one of the best yachts around?
 
Galeon 410 HTC
 
Azimut Verve 47
 
Aquila 70 

 
88.75′ Ocean Alexander 27 Explorer

 

Ready for a day fishing?
 
NauticStar 2602 Legacy

 
Boston Whaler 325 Conquest
 
Boston Whaler 420 Outrage

 

More of a cruiser or the water sport type?
 
Sea Ray SPX 190

 
Nautique Super Air Nautique G23 Paragon 

 
Aviara 32 Outboard

 
Sea Ray Sundancer 370 Outboard

 

At Marina Ponte, the boating lifestyle is yours to enjoy, any way you’d like. If you are interested in one of our luxury residences and a private boat slip, contact us today.

TAMPA, FL — Marina Pointe at Westshore Marina District in South Tampa has officially topped off at 17 stories. This milestone will allow condo buyers to move into their new homes in the sky in the second half of 2022.

© BTI Partners The high-rise tower will be home to 113 luxury condominiums and seven Harbor Homes with views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline.

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners completed construction of the roof of the tower almost a year after the official groundbreaking in February 2020. The luxury water-inspired high rise was designed to transform South Tampa’s urban living.

 

“Our first tower’s top-off is an important milestone not only for Marina Pointe, but also for the Tampa luxury residential market,” said BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone. “Marina Pointe is the embodiment of Tampa’s waterfront lifestyle, and that’s what is attracting our purchasers to the Westshore Marina District. Inspired by the beauty of the bay, Marina Pointe’s contemporary design will remind owners every day how fortunate they are to live on the water in the majestic Tampa-St. Pete area of Florida.”

On April 26, general contractor Plaza Construction poured the roof of the 17-story building, which is the first of three towers. The high-rise tower will be home to 113 luxury condominiums and seven Harbor Homes with views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline.

Marina Pointe is located off Westshore and Gandy boulevards on Old Tampa Bay across from St. Petersburg and easily accessible from the new Selmon Expressway Extension.

“Plaza is proud to provide its expertise in high-quality construction to Marina Pointe, contributing to the growth of Tampa’s high-rise residential real estate market,” said Plaza Construction Managing Director for Central Florida Todd Fultz. “We look forward to bringing the nautical-inspired design of the building to life in this first phase.”

Marina Pointe is helping bring some relief to Tampa’s low-inventory housing market. According to Florida Realtors, the Tampa Bay area’s estimated months’ supply of housing inventory is below one month.

Marina Pointe will feature state-of-the-art facilities, including 24-hour doorman/concierge, a fitness center, amenity deck overlooking the marina, resident club with entertainment room and virtual golf simulator among other amenities. Individual condo unit sizes range from 1,750 to more than 4,500 square feet and offer a variety of floor plans, ranging from two to five bedrooms. The residences are priced from the low $800,000s to more than $3 million.

Finding inspiration in the views of the bay, renowned architect Kobi Karp designed the luxury waterfront condominium to feature expansive open-living areas with up to 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and windows, and oversized balconies with panoramic views of Old Tampa Bay and downtown St. Pete on the horizon.

Marina Pointe is in the heart of Westshore Marina District, South Tampa’s premier walkable community along Tampa Bay. The award-winning district invites residents to stroll along waterfront trails with unobstructed views of St. Pete.

Designed to offer a new quality of life, the Marina Pointe experience features access to an array of amenities, including specialty shops, waterfront restaurants, 1.5 miles of urban trails and parks lined with public art, outdoor lifestyle programming, access to water sports and a new, deep-water marina.

Westshore Marina District is also home to several residential projects built by WCI by Lennar, The Related Group and Bainbridge, which have attracted hundreds of residents to a once-dormant waterfront.

Once the master-planned community and neighboring residential projects are completed in the next several years, the area will have nearly 2,400 new residences.

Some of the first retail tenants opening at the Westshore Marina District’s 70,000-square-foot town center include: Duckweed Urban Market, Sand Surf Co., Cru Cellars, Crave Spa, Salon Color Bar, DRNK coffee + tea and QWENCH juice bar.

 

For those of us who live in Tampa, Florida, it’s no surprise why people are falling in love with our southern, coastal gem. We’ve increasingly been topping national headlines with a Super Bowl and Stanley Cup win, beaches topping national lists and major companies choosing to relocate here.

 

“It’s very unique to get this versus some other parts of the state — to be close to the sports teams, and the airports, and the beaches.” – Recent Marina Pointe Buyers

 

With more people working remote than ever before, many are asking themselves where they really want to live…and palm trees and year-round beautiful weather are quite enticing. WalletHub ranked Tampa as the ninth fastest-growing city in the United States, and according to Niche’s 2021 Best Cities to Live in America list, Tampa was ranked among the top 50 best cities.

While escaping the cold is a clear reason people tend to move south, what else is drawing people to the Tampa Bay area?

  • No personal income tax
  • Diverse housing options
  • Award-winning international airport
  • Access to education
  • Growing job market
  • Top-rated beaches
  • Three major sports teams

The U.S. Census Bureau reported that the states with the highest migration numbers to Tampa were New York, followed by Illinois, Georgia, and Virginia. We are seeing similar trends with most of our residents buying from:

  • Florida – The Tampa, Orlando and South Florida areas know that this is such a unique development for this state.
  • The Northeast – Many from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut want access and year-round sunshine.
  • The Midwest – Lots of Chicago interest. Why dock your boat for part of the year, when you can walk downstairs to your private boat slip?
  • International – Tampa continues to top the charts as an international destination!

Construction of Tampa’s Marina Pointe, a luxury condo high-rise on Tampa Bay, reaches an important milestone as the housing market heats up.

As luxury condo buyers from around the world converge in Tampa, Marina Pointe at Westshore Marina District in South Tampa has officially topped off at 17 stories. This milestone will allow condo buyers to move into their new homes in the sky in the second half of 2022.

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners completed construction of the roof of the tower almost a year after the official groundbreaking in February 2020. The luxury water-inspired high rise was designed to transform South Tampa’s urban living.

“Our first tower’s top-off is an important milestone not only for Marina Pointe, but also for the Tampa luxury residential market,” said BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone. “Marina Pointe is the embodiment of Tampa’s waterfront lifestyle, and that’s what is attracting our purchasers to the Westshore Marina District. Inspired by the beauty of the bay, Marina Pointe’s contemporary design will remind owners every day how fortunate they are to live on the water in the majestic Tampa / St. Pete area of Florida.”

On Friday, general contractor Plaza Construction poured the roof of the 17-story building, which is the first of three towers. The high-rise tower will be home to 113 luxury condominiums and 7 Harbor Homes with mesmerizing views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline. Marina Pointe is located off Westshore and Gandy Boulevards on Old Tampa Bay across from St. Petersburg and easily accessible from the new Selmon Expressway Extension.

“Plaza is proud to provide its expertise in high-quality construction to Marina Pointe, contributing to the growth of Tampa’s high-rise residential real estate market,” said Plaza Construction Managing Director for Central Florida, Todd Fultz. “We look forward to bringing the nautical-inspired design of the building to life in this first phase.”

Marina Pointe is helping bring some relief to Tampa’s hyper-low-inventory housing market. According to Florida Realtors, the Tampa Bay area’s estimated months’ supply of housing inventory is below one month.

Inspired by the beauty of the bay, Marina Pointe’s contemporary design will remind owners every day how fortunate they are to live on the water in the majestic Tampa / St. Pete area of Florida.”

— Noah Breakstone
 

Marina Pointe will feature state-of-the-art facilities, including a 24-hour doorman/concierge, a fitness center, an amenity deck overlooking the marina, a resident club with an entertainment room and virtual golf simulator among other amenities. Individual condo unit sizes range from 1,750 to over 4,500 square feet and offer a variety of floor plans, ranging from two to five bedrooms. The residences are priced ranging from the low $800,000s to over $3 million.

Finding inspiration in the breath-taking views of the bay, renowned architect Kobi Karp designed the luxury waterfront condominium to feature expansive open-living areas with up to 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and windows, and oversized balconies with panoramic views of Old Tampa Bay and Downtown St. Pete on the horizon.

Marina Pointe is in the heart of Westshore Marina District, South Tampa’s premier walkable community along Tampa Bay. The award-winning District invites residents to stroll along waterfront trails with unobstructed views of St. Pete. Designed to offer a new quality of life, the Marina Pointe experience features access to a comprehensive array of amenities within the District, including specialty shops, waterfront restaurants, 1.5 miles of urban trails and parks lined with public art, outdoor lifestyle programming, access to watersports, and a brand new, deep-water marina.

Westshore Marina District is also home to several residential projects built by WCI by Lennar, The Related Group and Bainbridge, which have attracted hundreds of residents to a once-dormant waterfront. Once the master-planned community and neighboring residential projects are completed in the next several years, the area will have nearly 2,400 new residences.

Some of the first retail tenants opening at the Westshore Marina District’s 70,000-square-foot town center include: Duckweed Urban Market, Sand Surf Co., Cru Cellars, Crave Spa, Salon Color Bar, DRNK coffee + tea and QWENCH juice bar.

To learn more about Marina Pointe’s luxury condominiums and the all-new marina’s amenities and services, visit the website here.

As luxury condo buyers from around the world converge in Tampa, Marina Pointe at Westshore Marina District in South Tampa has officially topped off at 17 stories. This milestone will allow condo buyers to move into their new homes in the sky in the second half of 2022.

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners completed construction of the roof of the tower almost a year after the official groundbreaking in February 2020. The luxury water-inspired high rise was designed to transform South Tampa’s urban living.

 

“Our first tower’s top-off is an important milestone not only for Marina Pointe, but also for the Tampa luxury residential market,” said BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone. “Marina Pointe is the embodiment of Tampa’s waterfront lifestyle, and that’s what is attracting our purchasers to the Westshore Marina District. Inspired by the beauty of the bay, Marina Pointe’s contemporary design will remind owners every day how fortunate they are to live on the water in the majestic Tampa / St. Pete area of Florida.”

On Friday, general contractor Plaza Construction poured the roof of the 17-story building, which is the first of three towers. The high-rise tower will be home to 113 luxury condominiums and 7 Harbor Homes with mesmerizing views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline. Marina Pointe is located off Westshore and Gandy Boulevards on Old Tampa Bay across from St. Petersburg and easily accessible from the new Selmon Expressway Extension.

“Plaza is proud to provide its expertise in high-quality construction to Marina Pointe, contributing to the growth of Tampa’s high-rise residential real estate market,” said Plaza Construction Managing Director for Central Florida, Todd Fultz. “We look forward to bringing the nautical-inspired design of the building to life in this first phase.”

 

Marina Pointe is helping bring some relief to Tampa’s hyper-low-inventory housing market. According to Florida Realtors, the Tampa Bay area’s estimated months’ supply of housing inventory is below one month.

Marina Pointe will feature state-of-the-art facilities, including 24-hour doorman/concierge, a fitness center, amenity deck overlooking the marina, resident club with entertainment room and virtual golf simulator among other amenities. Individual condo unit sizes range from 1,750 to over 4,500 square feet and offer a variety of floor plans, ranging from two to five bedrooms. The residences are priced ranging from the low $800,000s to over $3 million.

Finding inspiration in the breath-taking views of the bay, renowned architect Kobi Karp designed the luxury waterfront condominium to feature expansive open-living areas with up to 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and windows, and oversized balconies with panoramic views of Old Tampa Bay and Downtown St. Pete on the horizon.

Marina Pointe is in the heart of Westshore Marina District, South Tampa’s premier walkable community along Tampa Bay. The award-winning District invites residents to stroll along waterfront trails with unobstructed views of St. Pete. Designed to offer a new quality of life, the Marina Pointe experience features access to a comprehensive array of amenities within the District, including specialty shops, waterfront restaurants, 1.5 miles of urban trails and parks lined with public art, outdoor lifestyle programming, access to watersports, and a brand new, deep-water marina.

 

Westshore Marina District is also home to several residential projects built by WCI by Lennar, The Related Group and Bainbridge, which have attracted hundreds of residents to a once-dormant waterfront. Once the master-planned community and neighboring residential projects are completed in the next several years, the area will have nearly 2,400 new residences.

Some of the first retail tenants opening at the Westshore Marina District’s 70,000-square-foot town center include: Duckweed Urban Market, Sand Surf Co., Cru Cellars, Crave Spa, Salon Color Bar, DRNK coffee + tea and QWENCH juice bar.

To learn more about Marina Pointe’s luxury condominiums and the all-new marina’s amenities and services, visit the website here.

By  –  Senior Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal
 

The first luxury condo tower in the Westshore Marina District has topped out.

Plaza Construction has poured the roof of the 17-story tower, the first of three to break ground in the district’s Marina Pointe, developer BTI Partners said. The tower also includes seven townhouses, which the developer has branded “Harbor Homes.”

It started construction in February 2020 amid concerns of an oversupply issue in Tampa’s luxury condo market. Now, with Tampa Bay residential real estate prices surging, BTI says the new units represent much-needed inventory in a tight market.

Two-thirds of the tower’s 113 units are reserved, a spokeswoman for Fort Lauderdale-based BTI said. The condos are priced from the $800,000s to more than $3 million and range from 1,750 to over 4,000 square feet.

“Our first tower’s top-off is an important milestone not only for Marina Pointe but also for the Tampa luxury residential market,” BTI Partners CEO Noah Breakstone said in a statement. “Marina Pointe is the embodiment of Tampa’s waterfront lifestyle, and that’s what is attracting our purchasers to the Westshore Marina District.

The district is also home to luxury apartments and townhouses, as well as a retail village. Duckweed Urban Market, Sand Surf Co., Cru Cellars, Crave Spa, Salon Color Bar, DRNK coffee + tea and QWENCH juice bar have all signed on as tenants in the village.

TAMPA, Fla. — On Monday, April 19, the Selmon Expressway West Extension opens, which should make the commute between Hillsborough and Pinellas much easier.

The Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) estimates 40% of traffic will be pulled from Gandy Boulevard onto the extension, helping with congestion in that corridor.

Now businesses are hoping for a rebound after they say three years of construction deterred customers.

“A lot of cones, a lot of equipment moving. It was definitely an ordeal for people to just drive on this route,” Jerk Hut owner Andrew Ashmeade said.

Ashmeade has three Jerk Hut locations; the one in South Tampa has been around for more than a decade. But since 2017, the pastel-colored building has been competing with an abundance of orange. As more heavy-duty machinery came to Gandy to start construction on the extension, Ashmeade says he saw fewer customers.

“It was definitely a drop in business while the construction was going on,” Ashmeade said.

ABC Action News went through hundreds of pages of studies concerning the project.

In 2106, before crews even broke ground, THEA commissioned the University of South Florida for an economic assessment study. Researchers concluded, “construction can disrupt [sic] patrons’ accessibility to businesses and produce negative impacts on sales revenue.”

They went on to say businesses relying on pass-through traffic would be hit the hardest. That includes fast food spots like Jerk Hut. Altogether, estimates showed those businesses losing an estimated $4.6 million in gross sales revenue.

“The business community was very concerned about the impact it could have on the community and on their ability for customers to see their businesses,” THEA CEO Joe Waggoner said.

Waggoner told ABC Action News the agency knew early on business owners had to be prioritized.

“We literally went door to door to visit every single business establishment in this quarter to hear from them,” Waggoner said.

Documents briefly discuss those encounters. Reactions ranged from support to two business owners threatening a class-action lawsuit. But, Waggoner said from design to construction, his team wanted to find a middle ground to ease the inconvenience.

“We made assurances like during construction we wouldn’t block any driveways,” Waggoner said. “The elevation makes it easy for customers to see across the street and to see the businesses they want to get to.

We didn’t take a single driveway away from any business that’s out there.”

THEA partnered with several area chambers of commerce and created the Shop Gandy initiative. It encouraged consumers to patronize an estimated 170 businesses in the corridor to lessen the blow of lost revenue during construction.

Now, it serves as a marketing tool to let shoppers know about sales and growth in the area.

“Even during construction, 10 new businesses opened up on Gandy Boulevard while we’ve been doing our work. So it’s been a beneficial relationship,” Waggoner said.

A year into construction on the extension, Jenny Beadle says the team at Woodie’s Wash Shack knew South Tampa was the perfect place for their second location.

“We really wanted to be in the heart of an area where there’s a lot of families. There’s a lot of growth, and there’s a lot of potential for us to really be successful,” Beadle said.

For the owners of this retro-themed car wast, the good outweighed the bad — even the most terrible characteristic of stand-still traffic.

“Rush hour made me pull my hair out,” Beadle said.

Now with all the cones out of the way, traffic is already running smoother. Traffic studies for the extension estimate wait times at lights from Westshore to Dale Mabry will be reduced between 49% and 65%.

An added bonus is both residents and business owners say it’s not the eyesore they thought it would be.

“I love everything about it,” Ashmeade said. “It’s almost something well-designed and decorated to match everything that we have in the area.”

“I’d prefer obviously to see open sky, but it doesn’t really end up bothering me all that much,” South Tampa resident Samantha Miller said. “But I think they did a really good job by landscaping the medians underneath it. They’ve tried to keep it as low key as they possibly could.”

The drapes come off the signage on Monday, and the extension opens up. Business owners say this is a new sign of growth.

Left to right: Justine Assal, VP of Marketing and Communications with BTI Partners; Dennis MacDonald, CEO of Greater Tampa RealtorsTampa Mayor Jane Castor; Craig Richard, CEO of Tampa Bay EDC; Chris Minner, EVP of the Tampa International AirportNoah Breakstone, President of BTI Partners; and Maria Grulich, Global Director of Florida Realtors. 

Tampa Bay Emerges as One of the Hottest Real Estate Markets in the U.S.

On March 11esteemed regional leaders and industry experts spoke at Marina Pointe about Tampa’s exponential rise as a real estate hot spot. Mayor Castor started the event with an announcement that  in the year 2020City of Tampa permits increased by $1.4 billion and construction value increased by 45%. The Mayor also discussed the great strides Tampa has made in making the permitting processes easier for both developers and homeowners. 

Why has the spotlight been shining even brighter on Tampa? 

Among many factors,  Tampa has been making national headlines with ranked beaches, large sporting events, and even sports championships. Within the past year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl, the Tampa Bay Lightning brought home the Stanley Cup, and the Tampa Bay Rays made an appearance in the World Series.  

Why are companies and their employees choosing Tampa? 

Craig Richard of the Tampa Bay EDC also shared why several corporations, such as Suzuki Motors, have decided to either expand to or completely relocate their headquarters to Tampa. The quality of life and beautiful weather may be attractive to individuals and companies, but Tampa International Airport also offereasy access both internationally and within the United States. 

Want to watch more? 

If you missed the live stream of the panel discussion, we invite you to watch and learn more about why Tampa continues to grow and make headlines across the country. Each of the panelists offered phenomenal insight into where people are moving from, why this market is so desirable, and how Tampa is welcoming the growth. 

“To say that the Tampa market is on fire, it would probably be an understatement. Anyone who was on the fence about purchasing property in Tampa Bay immediately jumped over that fence. 

                – Dennis MacDonald, CEO of Greater Tampa Realtors  

Winter? No. In Tampa, Florida, boating season is still in full swing. Not only are we graced by beautiful bays, crystal clear springs, and nationally ranked beaches nearby – we are lucky enough to be able to enjoy it all year-round. At Marina Pointe, residents will have stunning bay views and unrestricted access to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The private yacht harbor and state-of-the-art deep-water marina is complete with over 150 slips accommodating vessels from 40 to 90 feet in length.

Islands & Beaches

From your doorstep to the dock, our favorite boating destinations throughout the Tampa Bay area are less than an hour cruise from the private marina.

Shell Key – Shell Key Preserve is a beautiful 195-acre barrier island that is only accessible by boat. Boaters can pull right up to the island and explore the soft sands and wildlife while swimming in the blue waters and searching for a few shells.

Fort Desoto State Park – A mix of history and fun with over seven miles of waterfront and five interconnected islands. Fort Desoto offers floating docks to dock your boat and experience everything this 1,136-acre park has to offer.

Bunces Pass – At the mouth of Tampa Bay you will find plenty of sandbars to enjoy, with the most popular being Bunces Pass. This channel sits south of Shell Key and north of Fort Desoto and is a popular boating destination with beautiful waters.

Beer Can Island / Pine Key – Pine Key, more popularly known as Beer Can Island – is positioned in Tampa Bay just north of Apollo Beach. This privately owned island invites boaters to camp, enjoy the day, or indulge at the tiki bar.

Egmont Key – Primarily a wildlife refuge, this lush island offers pristine beaches and is located just at the mouth of Tampa Bay. Egmont Key island is only accessible by boat and allows you to explore historic ruins, snorkel in the blue waters, or maybe even spot a gopher tortoise wandering around.

Dining & Entertainment

There’s plenty of places to walk or drive to from Marina Pointe. But, if you dock your boat in our private marina, it is just as easy to walk down to your slip and cruise to these favorite boat-accessible destinations.

Hula Bay & Salt Shack – Just south of Marina Pointe, these two restaurants offer waterfront dining, live music, great drink specials and so much more!

Circles Waterfront Restaurant – Located at Lands End Marina in Apollo Beach, this restaurant has the best of both worlds with fine dining, or a more casual experience on the patio or at the tiki bar.

Armature Works – Spend some time enjoying the Riverwalk or enjoy a nice meal at one of the many local restaurants. Boaters are able to dock at the Heights Public Boat Docks at Armature Works at an hourly rate.

Downtown Tampa at The Sail Pavilion – Dock at The Sail Pavilion, enjoy a waterfront cocktail, and explore beautiful Downtown Tampa. If this doesn’t already sound like a perfect day, you can cap it off with an amazing meal at Jackson’s Bistro or American Social before boating back to your private marina.

Downtown St. Petersburg – Cruise the bay and enjoy all that Downtown St Petersburg has to offer by docking at Demens Landing. Head to the Dali Museum or the Mahaffey Theater to truly immerse yourself in the arts.

At Marina Pointe – your perfect day on the water can be curated only by how much you want to explore. Cruising for a sunset dinner, swimming the day away at an island, or docking for a day downtown are all just steps from your door. Take a look at our luxury residences or make a private appointment to truly begin exploring your new life on the water.

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