The Marinas at Little Harbor was sold in a deal that includes a lot zoned for apartments
RUSKIN — The Marinas at Little Harbor — a property which includes two marinas, two restaurants and a vacant multifamily lot zoned for 65 multifamily units — has been sold for an undisclosed amount.
According to a post on Little Harbor’s Facebook page, the property was bought by Dallas-based Suntex Marinas, which owns properties in 11 states. Suntex also announced the sale on its website.
Michelle Ash, the owner of Simply Marinas in Miami, which brokered the sale, says in an email that “we are not authorized to disclose price.” Hillsborough County property records have not been updated yet.
The property is on Bahia Beach Boulevard in Little Harbor, a gated community in Ruskin.
Antigua Marina, one of the two marinas, has high and dry racks to store 205 boats, 33 outdoor storage racks and floating concrete docks to support 99 boats. The other, Village Marina, has fixed wooden docks to fit 99 boats and a waterfront parcel grandfathered for 34 wet slips.
Both offer unrestrained access to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and support power pedestals and freshwater hookup.
Also on the property, and included in the sale, are the two restaurants occupied since 2012, tennis courts, the multifamily lot and an 898-square-foot building with lobby, office and laundry.
Simply Marinas, according to Ash, received seven offers for the property with the first week of the listing and agreement was in place within two weeks.