Less than three months after announcing a 150,000rsf long term lease with the Auto Club Group for the massive regional headquarters at Renaissance Center 6, Vision Properties is looking to build upon its success by seeking a major modification to the Renaissance Center PD. The aforementioned modification will add over 575,000 sf of additional office entitlements and a full service 200 key hotel. Upon completion of Renaissance Center 6, the campus will be 723,000 sf and leased in its entirety to Well Care, Capital One and Auto Club Group.
Vision Properties has already successfully filed a minor modification to the PD by increasing the size of Renaissance Center 6 by 40,000 sf. Clayton Bricklemyer of Bricklemyer Law Group represented the developer in the minor modification filing and is also representing the latter in the major modification.
“Given the lack of high quality infill land sites in Hillsborough County, we saw an opportunity to entitle and ultimately develop the remaining parcels at Renaissance Center. The existing amenity base, superior infrastructure, and scale of the park makes the opportunity even more compelling as few office campuses in Florida can compete with Renaissance Center,” noted Anthony Arena, Vision Properties’ Chief Investment Officer.
Vision Properties is presently marketing for lease Renaissance Center 7 and Renaissance Center 8, which will consist of 105,000 rsf and 260,000 rsf
respectively. Both buildings will feature structured parking, dual electrical feed from two separate substations, and dual fiber connectivity. Horton Hartley and Carter is serving as the architect and has designed both buildings as well as Renaissance Center 6.
“In anticipation of delivering Renaissance Center 7, we are currently adding over 500 parking spaces throughout the campus, doubling the seating capacity of the existing food court and adding a new automatic transfer switch for dual electrical feed to serve the building. With these investments we will be able to deliver Renaissance Center 7 in approximately 12 months since the parking, amenities, utilities, and detention will already be onsite,” noted Vision Properties’ Partner William Bertolero.
The impressive 71-acre campus features a 10,000 sf food court with multiple food stations, a 30,000 sf fitness center that features two indoor basketball courts, showers, locker rooms, yoga studio, weightlifting room and a racket ball court. The park also has dual electrical feed from two separate substations, dual fiber connectivity with over 3200 structured parking spaces and approximately 1,000 surface spaces.
“Renaissance Center 7 will provide a world class modern work environment with countless amenities and an emphasis on health and wellness. This cutting edge building will allow tenants to attract and retain top talent. Renaissance Center 7 will feature structured parking, 9’6″ finished ceiling heights, a modern lobby with exposed ceilings, and a stairwell and elevator addition to the adjacent parking deck to provide quick access and 100% coverage for occupants from the parking deck to the building,” noted Vision Properties’ Partner, William Bertolero.
Vision Properties is well known for its vertically integrated operating platform including development, leasing, construction, property management, and asset management.