Heron

Live Well at Heron

Designed by KPF, the dual-tower building located at the intersection of Channelside Drive and Water Street will soon bring new energy to the vibrant neighborhood. Heron, located at 815 Water Street, will offer residents a downtown location with an unmatched walkable, urban lifestyle.

The two towers will rise to 26 and 21 stories respectively and comprise of 420 total rental residences offering sweeping views of the Tampa skyline and historic Hillsborough Bay. Featuring a striking façade punctuated with private apartment terraces, the towers are designed inside and out to maximize natural light and encourage interaction with the environment.

With interiors designed by Cecconi Simone, each tower provides distinct amenity spaces for residents, with outdoor pools, fitness centers, bar lounges, and club rooms for residents situated atop both rooftops. Conveniences like GreenWise, a full-service grocery store, restaurants, entertainment venues and abundant open spaces are all accessible in close proximity.

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420 Apartment Homes
53K SF Retail Space
2 Towers
A Map of the Water Street Tampa neighborhood

Construction Timeline

2018

Construction Begins

2020

Leasing Begins

2021

Residences & GreenWise Open

Lounge area and amenities at Heron

Heron’s concierge and front desk

Living area at Heron

One of two rooftop pools and amenities at Heron, located at 815 Water Street

A striking, geometric façade is punctuated with private apartment terraces

Ground level features a GreenWise full service grocery store

Dual residential towers rise above parking, grocery and retail spaces

City life at street level

KPF

About the Architect

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the world’s preeminent architecture firms, providing architecture, interior, programming and master planning services. The firm’s extensive portfolio spans more than 40 countries and includes a wide range of projects from office and residential buildings to civic and cultural spaces to educational facilities. Driven by individual design solutions, rather than a predetermined style, KPF’s mission is to create buildings and places of the utmost quality and contextual sensitivity, providing a valuable impact on the cities they inhabit.

Cecconi Simone

About the Designer

Cecconi Simone Inc. is an award-winning interior-design practice based in Toronto, Canada, privately owned and operated by Elaine Cecconi and Anna Simone.

Established in 1982, Cecconi Simone has designed some of the most beautiful and successful interior environments for the retail, corporate, hotel-hospitality and residential sectors in Canada, the United States, Anguilla, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, India and China.

Cecconi Simone has positioned itself as an industry leader, designing intelligent, progressive and brand-specific interiors for a diverse cross-section of projects around the world.


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