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SoHo Capital partners with Culture & Arts

SoHo Capital recently became the newest partner of Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture & the Arts, a sponsorship that supports arts education, local artists, cultural events and organizations in the bay area. TBBCA is a nonprofit that for more than 26 years has united businesses to champion arts and culture. As a Platinum Partner, SoHo Capital will work with TBBCA on the historical Armature Works building, as part of the Heights project. The facility is being repurposed to house the Heights Market, two event spaces, restaurants, work spaces and a rooftop social area.

Hometown Hillsborough 07/29/16 [Last modified: Friday, July 29, 2016 4:13pm]
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