A $300 million mixed-use tower is proposed for 800 2nd Avenue South in downtown St. Petersburg Florida. The project is a result of efforts by Moffitt Cancer Center, UPC Insurance Holdings Corp., and developer TPA Group. The group envisioned a mixed-use campus that is anchored by a 75,000 square foot Moffitt Cancer Center outpatient building on a 4.59-acre site at 2nd Avenue South and 8th Street. As part of the development, 2nd Avenue South between 8th Street and Dr. MLK Jr. Street will be vacated. Moffitt plans to offer comprehensive cancer care. Services at the site will include clinical trials and research studies, medical oncology, hematology oncology, radiation therapy, infusion, advanced imaging, and screening and diagnostic services. The cancer center will be complemented by a 30-story residential tower with 350 units and a 14-story hotel along with a shared parking garage. Horus Construction is the project’s general contractor. Nate Pramik is Principal of TPA Group. A timeline for construction has not been announced but the development team expects to close on the purchase of the site later this year.