Jon Wood

  • Hines Taps Into Tampa Bay Market with 308-Unit Apt. Complex

    International real estate firm Hines has recently started construction on its first St. Petersburg project, the 308-unit Azure Residences multifamily complex. Located within the Carillon Park master-planned community, Azure will include 308 luxury garden-style residences in seven three-story buildings and one four-story building with direct entry and detached parking garages.

    Tampa 17 January 2013 16:09

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