Tampa Bay's National Historic Landmark District

Ybor City development plan unveiled: Park, condo towers lead 50-acre proposal

This rendering shows a west-to-east view of Gas Worx, a proposed mixed-use development on 50 acres between Ybor City and downtown Tampa. An initial master plan for the project is being filed with the city by real estate investor Darryl Shaw and lead developers Kettler, a Washington, D.C. real estate firm. [ DESIGN COLLECTIVE | Kettler ]

Apartment complexes and condo towers with as many as 5,000 homes. A community park in place of a roundabout off Channelside Drive. A 70-year-old warehouse that could house an industrial-chic food hall.

Welcome to Gas Worx, the future of Ybor City as envisioned by Darryl Shaw.

More than 30 years after buying his first Ybor property, Shaw and his development partners on Monday said they filed with the city their long-awaited initial master plan for the historic district, offering Tampa the first wide-angle look at a project aimed at transforming 50 acres between Ybor and downtown Tampa.


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