Graham Tyrrell is the senior vice president of Kettler Inc. and represents the master developer of Gas Works, a 50-acre neighborhood made up of residential, office and retail space that would fill in the area between Ybor City and the Channel District.
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Gas Worx will be 50 acres of new apartments, office and retail space. The land on the edge of Ybor City includes land once proposed as the site of a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays, but so far, there’s no stadium in the Gas Worx plan.