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Towers of Channelside

The Towers of Channelside are a residential complex in Tampa, Florida. The two Towers are 327ft (100m) tall and have 30 floors. They were constructed from 2005 to 2007 and are 11th tallest buildings in Tampa. Curts Gaines Hall Jones Architects designed the buildings, which have 125 units.

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  • Emporis
  • West Tower
  • East Tower

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