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Bucs legend announced grand reopening of historic building
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Bucs legend announced grand reopening of historic building

Tampa, FL-- Looking for a cool, new place to live? How does a revitalized, 12-unit apartment building, formerly used by Gangster Al Capone, sound?

And that's not even the best part! The man leading the group responsible for the renovation and reopening is Buccaneer legend Simeon Rice. 

According to a recent release, the 1920's building was originally labeled a knock-down until the group purchased it in foreclosure and restored the entire place.

They have named the building off of Kennedy Blvd.  Il Nascondiglio, translated from Italian as “The Hideout", and are now preparing for their Grand Opening event Monday. 

“Finishing Il Nascondiglio and restoring it to its original grandeur, with a few modern extras, is something I’m very proud of,” said Rice.  “This is the first apartment project that we have done and I’m excited to see it breathe life back into the North Kennedy area of Tampa.  It started as an eyesore and now is a feature that the neighborhood is proud to have.”

Mayor Bob Buckhorn and guests will attend from 4  - 6 p.m.

 

 

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