1001 Water Street will be a 20-story mixed-use building with approximately 380,000 square feet of office space, designed by COOKFOX Architects.
Located at the northeast intersection of Water Street and Channelside Drive, 1001 Water Street is located adjacent to the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine, and a verdant plaza links the buildings.
Nine double-height exterior terraces will adorn the building’s façade, making space for people to get outside during the work day and interact with nature, while expansive floor-to-ceiling windows flood the offices with abundant natural light, bringing in a bit of the outdoors even when people are inside. The building will also have an expansive rooftop terrace with event space for the tenants.
With features including a townhall-style gathering space to host large meetings and learning opportunities, flex rooms where the community can connect and host small gatherings, a private mother's room for nursing mothers, as well as a demonstration kitchen to provide nutritional information and cooking classes, 1001 Water Street will also be home to the Water Street Tampa wellness community center, an amenity for tenants and for the neighborhood at large.