In the News
Centro Ybor Muvico Theaters To Become Co-Op Work Space
The Perry Company and Tampa Bay Harvest Help the Bahamas
Friends and co-workers from The Perry Company donated clothing, food, cleaning supplies and a generator to the people in the Bahamas with the help of Tampa Bay Harvest. Tampa Bay Harvest is a non-profit organization that feeds 1800 families in the Tampa Bay Area each week. Thanks to all of you.
Crossroads III Groundbreaking June 12th, 2019
The Perry Company and Redstone are very excited to announce the groundbreaking of a 50,000 SF warehouse in East Tampa. Stay tuned for construction updates.
Florida Cane Distillery at El Encanto Building
Four Green Fields at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
A 4500 SF interior build-out at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. The bar includes original thatched roof design from Ireland, a traditional Four Green Fields feature.
Ashley Global Retail Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Ybor City Welcomed Ashley Global Retail with a ribbon cutting ceremony and guided tours on February 23, 2016. On hand to celebrate the festivities was Governor Rick Scott, Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Jeff Vinik, owner of The Tampa Bay Lightning.
Best Repurpose Project of 2015: Ashley Global Retail
NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Tampa Bay Chapter, presented the award for Best Repurpose project of 2015 to Ashley Global Retail.
The Perry Company is proud to be constructing the project.
The Perry Company welcomes to Ybor City, our new neighbor, Florida Cane Distillery.
The Perry Company is part of Tampa Bay’s economic expansion.
The Perry Company is proud to be part of Tampa Bay’s increased economic development momentum with The Ashley Furniture Global Retail Headquarters in Ybor City.
Ashley Furniture Global Retail Headquarters coming to Ybor City
The Perry Company has been awarded the renovation of Girl’s, Inc. of Pinellas, a non-profit organization for young girls.
Great American Teach In
Rob Swezey from The Perry Company took time out of his busy schedule to teach children about a career
in commercial construction on the Great American Teach In day at school.
Tampa Bay Business Journal voted ASI 2, 3rd Largest Construction Project of 2013
Tampa Bay Business Journal voted American Strategic Insurance, 3rd Largest Construction Project of 2013, and is ranked by construction value at $42 million.
New corporate HQ part of growth in north St. Pete
The completion of a multimillion-dollar corporate headquarters in the city’s Gateway area Tuesday is a good sign that the area’s economic recovery is gaining momentum, city officials said.
American Strategic Insurance’s new three-story, 11,000-square-foot headquarters near the intersection of Gandy Boulevard and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North is the first phase of a $42-million expansion by the St. Petersburg-based insurer.
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NAIOP’s Best Office Project of 2013 award
The Perry Company wins the NAIOP’s Best Office Project of 2013 award.
The Perry Company was selected to construct two 151,294 SF three story office buildings accompanied by a five story parking deck. This corporate headquarters for American Strategic Insurance includes executive offices, data center, call center, fitness center as well as a daycare center. The project consisted of the development of thirteen acres, emergency generator back-up system and accommodations for over 1,000 cars.
The Perry Company’s Draper Building is featured in Tampa Bay Business Journal
From the Tampa Bay Business Journal: The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc. bought a 41,000-square-foot building in St. Petersburg where it plans to manufacture microchips for the military.
Boston-based Draper paid $7.75 million for the “class 101 clean space” at 10050 16th St., N. The building features 23,000 square feet of office with 17,000 square feet of what’s deemed “clean space,” NAI Tampa Bay said in a release.
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Perry Company – Tilt-Wall Construction Project
Tilt-wall construction in the Tampa Bay area is now being raised to new heights.
A six-story office structure being built in two phases at the Carillon mixed-use development near Interstate 275 is one of the first in the region to try jobsite precast concrete construction with multistory office buildings.
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