The Grandview is a luxury condo tower. The $27 million tower contains 56 units, all with water views.
The lowest floor contains a restaurant.
The GrandView was built by the Byrd Corporation of Clearwater, a noted local high rise developer.
The GrandView is the tallest building ever constructed, which is itself mostly manmade.
This rendering was released to local media when the building was first announced.
ON THE RISE: the concrete structure for the GrandView, the island's tallest building. The 21-story GrandView
When completed, the GrandView is expected to contain 56 two- and three-bedroom residences of 1,800 to 2,300 square feet; eight penthouse suites of more than 3,800 square feet; and a ground-floor restaurant that will be open to the public.
Residents will enjoy wrap-around balconies, views of the Tampa skyline, boat slips, the services of a concierge, and use of a free HARTline service that shuttles residents to and from the heart of downtown Tampa.
the homes in GrandView, which is 80 percent sold. Remaining residences include two penthouses going for $945,000 and $925,000, one three-bedroom condo for $490,000 and a handful of two-bedroom homes on the seventh floor and above ranging in price from $400,000 to $500,000.
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