South Shore Corporate Park is a shovel ready "mixed use" park with all utilities, including natural gas, electric, water and sewer conveniently located in Southern Hillsborough County at Highway 674 and I-75 and falls within the I-4 corridor. We are also in a favorable location for access to Port Manatee (approximately 10 miles south), Port Red Wind (approximately 10 miles north), and the Port of Tampa, and are the only corporate park in the Tampa Bay Area with large, contiguous acres.

South Shore Corporate Park wraps around the Sun Point Shopping Center and also adjoins a new regional Sheriff's facility and a 10 acre approved Hillsborough County Government Center which will include a county bus depot. Sun City Center lies just east of the project with Ruskin, Bahia Beach and Tampa Bay to the west. We enjoyed full community support during the permitting process and in fact, had no opposition at the final hearing.


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This site is currently being utilized for agriculture by the Dickman family which has been the case for over 50 years. We hold water permits that are currently being utilized by agriculture activities, of approximately 2 million gallons per day.

Southern Hillsborough County is currently experiencing an unprecedented housing boom and almost all large tracts of residential lands within the urban service area has either been sold for development or is currently under contract. Some of the larger developments include Mira Bay, a Terrabrook endeavor of 1,700 homes ranging in price from $200,000 to over $2,000,000. This development is on the west side of Highway 41 between Apollo Beach and Ruskin and is approximately 2 miles from South Shore Corporate Park. Another development proposed to break ground in the summer of 2004 is Harbor Isles, which is located on the east side of Highway 41 just across from the Terrabrook development. Harbor Isles is proposed to have 500 homes ranging from $150,000 to $400,000. At Bahia Beach, approximately 5 miles from South Shore Corporate Park, the Rosen Group has broken ground on a project called the Mariner's Club. Once completed, this project is proposed to have 2,000 +/- waterfront homes, a golf course, private club, and numerous other amenities. It is our understanding that the first phase of this project is almost completely sold out. A 280 acre parcel along the Little Manatee River just north of the corporate park (approximately 3 miles) is being planned for a 900+ home community ranging from $150,000 to over $1 million. Another development group has assembled approximately 500 acres on Shell Point Road just east of the Mariner's Club and is in various stages of permitting and construction. There are a multitude of other tracts of land in the south Hillsborough County service area and some out of the service area that are either under contract or at various stages of permitting or construction.