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AQUA Residences Tampa, a three-tower condo project at Westshore Yacht Club eyes groundbreaking, with residences starting at $1.5 million

Next week marks the groundbreaking of the prestigious AQUA Residences Tampa, a three-tower condominium project within the esteemed Westshore Yacht Club. Set on a 6.1-acre site—the last vacant parcel in the Yacht Club—this 77-unit development promises unparalleled waterfront living with sunset views for every home. The project, which began construction in April, has already presold 40% of its units, with starting prices at $1.5 million.


AQUA Residences Tampa, a three-tower condo project at Westshore Yacht Club eyes groundbreaking, with residences starting at $F1.5 million

Developed by Westshore Group LLC, under the leadership of Miami-based developer Eddie Avila, and constructed by Coastal Construction, AQUA Residences Tampa combines sophisticated design with exceptional community features. Renowned architect Bob Hall, known for his work on Virage Bayshore and Altura Bayshore, brings his expertise to these luxury residences.



The project also boasts interior designs by IDDI and landscape architecture by Booth Design Group. "AQUA is not merely a residence; it’s a sanctuary offering a vibrant community life and direct access to The Bay Club’s exquisite dining and leisure facilities," said Avila.


Residents of AQUA Residences Tampa will enjoy a suite of exclusive amenities that redefine luxury waterfront living. The development is designed to offer both tranquility and convenient access to Tampa’s dynamic urban attractions, making it a coveted location for discerning buyers seeking the finest waterfront condos in Tampa. With its state-of-the-art fitness center, spa, and resort-style pool, AQUA Residences Tampa is more than just a home—it's a gateway to a luxurious lifestyle.



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