Apps & Tapps Opening Soon!

11 Jan

A new sports bar concept, Apps & Tapps is opening in Trinity in the former location of The Brass Tap. Located at 10700 State Road 54, Apps & Tapps Sports Bar is going to bring some additional dinning and drinking options to the Trinity area.

According to their Facebook page, it appears that they will be serving boneless and bone in wings, a wide spread of appetizers and a pretty large selection of adult beverages on Tap. Keep an eye here for the latest information on their grand opening!

The Village at Mitchell Ranch (2019 Update!)

9 Jan

The Village at Mitchell Ranch (formerly known as Mitchell 54 West Market) is a 330 +/–acre mixed–use community located at SR–54 & Little Road in southwest Pasco County (Tampa Bay) in the Trinity, Florida community. Stores coming to the new Village at Mitchell Ranch include the following:

  • Sprouts Farmers Market
  • HomeGoods
  • Michaels
  • Skechers
  • Five Below
  • Ulta
  • PDQ
  • Burger King
  • Hair Cuttery
  • Organic Nail Bar
  • Amazing Lash
  • Cycle Bar
  • Hand & Stone
  • BrightHouse Networks
  • Louis Pappas
  • Jersey Mike’s
  • Grain & Berry
  • First Watch
  • Mattress One
  • Aspen Dental
  • Chipotle
  • Menchie’s
  • Panda Express
  • Blaze Pizza

 

Grand Opening: Trinity Car Wash

27 Oct

We’re excited to see that Trinity Car Wash has opened! It’s state-of-the-art facility is located at 11970 State Road 54 in the Trinity Lakes Crossings plaza located between State Road 54 and Trinity Blvd.

Once you are done going through the state-of-the-art cat washing system, the vacuums, air hoses, clean towels and window cleaner are all free to use. They even have some pretty amazing floor mat cleaners for both carpeted and rubber floor mats.

Trinity Car Wash is open 7 days a week, from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. If you have questions, you can give them a call at (727) 626-2267 or visit their website – https://www.TrinityWash.com/.

They also have a Facebook Page for Trinity Car Wash.

Trinity in the News: Tired of fast food? Maybe there’ll be an Armature Works-like hall in Trinity

18 Jul
MICHELE MILLER   |   Times
Construction has begun on the Village at Mitchell Ranch at the southwest corner of State Road 54 and Little Road.
MICHELE MILLER | Times Construction has begun on the Village at Mitchell Ranch at the southwest corner of State Road 54 and Little Road.
Original Source – Tampa Bay Times

TRINITY — New Jersey-based M&M Realty Partners has a contract to develop the remaining 300 acres of the Mitchell 54 West project at State Road 54 and Little Road.

Land owner Dewey Mitchell shared the information July 11 with a North Tampa Bay Chamber luncheon crowd of 58 people at the Fox Hollow Golf Club in Trinity. Mitchell also offered an enticing tidbit about what might be in the works: A food hall and market place similar to Armature Works in Tampa.

Armature Works is a mixed-use project in Tampa Heights in a historic building that served as the storage facility for Tampa Electric’s street cars. It includes shared work space and meeting rooms and its centerpiece is the 22,000-square-foot Heights Public Market where communal seating is surrounded by 15 food locations.

M&M did not respond to an e-mail seeking comment. The company developed the Market Place at Citrus Park, a 200,000-square-foot project that includes Costco, Aldi, and Ford’s Garage on West Linebaugh Avenue in Tampa.

The company’s web site also hints at more projects coming to the state by noting the ongoing construction of a 50,000-square-foot Boynton Beach Market Place, “one of M&M’s newest projects in Florida, but because of the partners’ aggressive outlook on this state, it will soon be one of many.’’

The 300 acres in Pasco County would be the second phase of the Mitchell project, planned as a 330-acre, mixed-use project of up to 800 homes and nearly 1 million square feet of commercial space. First announced four years ago, the project initially was planned to include an outdoor mall, movie theater, fitness center, offices and public gathering space within walking distance of the residential neighborhood. It’s a design concept referred to as a town center or lifestyle center.

The 30-acre first phase of the Mitchell project, known as the Village at Mitchell Ranch, is under construction.

VMR Development of Alabama acquired that parcel in May for $8.5 million. VMR is a newly formed company that includes the principals of Blackwater Resources of Birmingham, Ala. Blackwater previously developed the Mitchell Ranch shopping plaza on the southeast corner of the intersection.

Sprouts Farmers Market already announced it will be one of the anchors in the Village at Mitchell Ranch. Mitchell distributed maps to the audience that identified other tenants as HomeGoods, Mattress One, Michael’s, Ulta Beauty, PDQ, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Five Below and Skechers.

But the idea of M&M considering an Armature Works-like project for Trinity generated the most buzz.

“I loved hearing that,’’ said financial planner and former Pasco Commissioner Michael Cox, who introduced Mitchell to the audience.

“I think it’s fantastic,’’ said Hope Allen, president and CEO of the North Tampa Bay Chamber. “I think it’s absolutely a necessity. The 54 corridor is a great place for it.’’

She noted the collaborative work space could benefit entrepreneurs, while the food offerings “gives us added culinary options, outside of big box, chain restaurants.’’

Mitchell said the 300-acre second phase could break ground in October or November if the sales contract closes in the fall.

Sprouts Farmers Market to open a new store in Trinity!

29 Apr

Pasco County will be getting its first Sprouts Farmers Market, the organic grocery chain announced Wednesday.

The new store will open at the Village at Mitchell Ranch on State Road 54 and Little Road. Officials with the specialty store did not say when the store will open to shoppers.

More information on Sprouts Farmers Market coming to Trinity here!

Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc., is an American supermarket chain headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. The stores are full-service and emphasize organic foods including fresh produce, bulk foods, vitamins and supplements, packaged groceries, meat and seafood, deli, baked goods, dairy products, frozen foods, natural body care and household items. The chain was created to respond to consumers’ growing demand in health and wellness. Sprouts employs more than 28,000 individuals and operates more than 300 stores in 19 states from coast to coast. A typical Sprouts Farmers Market store is around 30,000 square feet.