The future tenants of the Innovation District's Maritime Defense and Technology Hub were introduced to the community during a soft opening on December 15. Guest speakers Mayor Rick Kriseman, City Council Vice Chair Gina Driscoll, City Development Administration Alan DeLisle, Innovation District Board President Robert Kapusta and Executive Director Alison Barlow welcomed the new tenants. The guests enjoyed food, drinks and tours which captured the unique capabilities of the building. The space will have like-minded, future focused, technology-oriented organizations which will bring new opportunities to the St. Petersburg area.
Sixteen tenants are confirmed, including:
Additional tenants will be announced in 2022.
source: SPID Nov/Dec Newsletter
The Hub and its 17 tenant organizations have had the privilege over the last three months to welcome several current and past Federal Government leaders to the building.
At the top of the University of South Florida’s wish list this year for capital funds from the Florida Legislature is a request that leaders across the region say could boost St. Petersburg’s stature as a marine science hub.
Duke Energy is finalizing a new state-of-the-art substation in the St. Pete Innovation District. This unique facility is changing not only the look of a traditional substation but increasing safety and performance. Watch the video above to learn more.