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332 Cocoanut The Walls Are Up July 2019
332 Cocoanut 4th Floor Concrete Pour Mid July
332 Cocoanut 2nd Floor Concrete Pour May 2019
Did you know concrete pours this time of year are usually done in the very early morning and require special permitting with the city? This is done to beat the heat AND it helps keep the concrete pliable for a longer period of time.
332 Cocoanut Breaks Ground 2019
Mark Famiglio Introduces 332 Cocoanut Condo Community
332 Cocoanut is Mark Famiglio’s most recent vision-come-to-life project, with the goals of bringing affordable luxury to the downtown Sarasota scene, providing a new home for the Sarasota Film Festival and offering small businesses the opportunity to situate themselves in a key location within the downtown Sarasota area.
Construction starts spring of 2019 with prices starting in the mid $400s.
Mark Sultano, Owner of DSDG Architects in Sarasota FL, discusses 332 Cocoanut
We are an architecture firm for clients that deserve award-winning designs, using simple, clean and elegant concepts. The 332 Cocoanut condominium community is the latest addition to Sarasota’s vibrant Rosemary District.
New home for the Sarasota Film Festival anounced by President Mark Famiglio
332 Cocoanut is a residential mixed use condominium community where we’ve included up to 10,000 sqft for the new Sarasota Film Festival offices.
332 Cocoanut is the latest addition to Sarasota’s Rosemary District with construction starting spring of 2019.
Corner of Cocoanut and 4th. The third floor residences and pool read to be poured! May 30th 2019...
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By Kathy Leon The Sarasota Film Festival is breaking ground on its new hub this morning , and...
By Hallie Peilet SNN News SARASOTA - Sarasota Film Festival Chairman and President Mark Famiglio...
Exciting to see 332 Cocoanut coming out of the ground! Here are a few shots of the progress....
by: David Conway Deputy Managing Editor For more than three decades, developer and Sarasota Film...