Tampa voting on $108 million City Center project

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The Tampa City Council is expected to vote today (Nov. 4) on funding for construction of the $108 million City Center.

The 161,000-sq. ft., three-story building will house hundreds of city workers from more than a dozen city departments, The Tampa Bay Times reports. There will also be a 500-car garage on the 11-acre site.

“There are many outreach programs to residents in the city and we want to make sure we create that bridge between the departments and the public,” Marcel Maslowski, a managing partner at FleischmanGarcia Architecture said during a community presentation earlier this week.

Construction for the project is scheduled to begin in Jan. 2022, and is expected to be finished by 2023, WFLA-TV reported.


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