Daily Record Staff//September 18, 2023
//September 18, 2023
Indoor family fun center Altitude Trampoline Park and urgent care facility American Family Care signed separate leases with Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) for a combined 26,000 square feet of space at Seven Hills Plaza, an 87,250-square-foot neighborhood shopping center in Spring Hill, Florida, just north of Tampa.
CRC’s Blake Dickinson, vice president, anchor and development leasing, and Kelsi Holman, commercial leasing manager, represented the landlord in both transactions. Sandia Wasserman and Kiera Holubik of Florida Retail Partners represented American Family Care and Alex Wright and Heather McMillin of Franklin Street’s Retail Services Team also represented CRC in the American Family Care lease transaction.
Located at 11148 Spring Hill Drive and anchored by Planet Fitness and Walgreens, Seven Hills Plaza includes a mix of approximately 20 tenants offering personal and medical services, shopping, and sit-down and fast-casual restaurant options. It is positioned near the signalized intersection of Mariner Boulevard and Spring Hill Drive.
This represents the fourth Altitude Trampoline Park location for franchise group ATP Florida, according to Managing Partner Grady Hinchman. Each Altitude Trampoline Park is outfitted with a number of different pieces of equipment and play areas in its mission to offer children the opportunity to develop social and motor skills, critical and analytical thinking and problem-solving techniques. Specific attractions include dodgeball, main court and stunt jump areas, and a variety of competitive jumping attractions.
American Family Care’s site at Seven Hills Plaza is its eighth location in the greater Tampa market. The facility offers urgent and emergency care services, physical exams, vaccinations, express lab testing and X-rays.
Nearly 125,000 consumers reside within a five-mile radius of Seven Hills Plaza, including nearly 50,000 households with an average household income exceeding $65,000. The daytime population within a five-mile radius is 82,000 people.