ZOM Florida and Northwestern Mutual will commence construction on SEAZEN, a 323-unit multifamily apartment community on Rocky Point Island, just off the coast of mainland Tampa. The Rocky Point site, currently home to a Chart House restaurant, has more than 750 linear feet of direct waterfront. Construction will begin in August, a ZOM news release says.
“We are excited to partner again with Northwestern Mutual on a high quality project in Florida” said Greg West, ZOM’s chief development officer. “The Rocky Point site is unmatched in terms of waterfront location, amenities and convenient proximity to employment.”
John Jacobs, director of field production for Northwestern Real Estate Investments, LLC, said in a statement: “The moment I saw the site, I knew it was something very special. There is nothing like it on the west coast of Florida. Almost 85 percent of the units have views of the expansive Tampa Bay. As I had hoped, ZOM has done a terrific job in designing a community that matches up perfectly with the site, giving it that upscale and contemporary feel while still fitting in with its surroundings. We are most excited about this exceptional opportunity with ZOM.”
Seazen is expected to be completed in summer 2018, with pre-leasing starting in late 2017.