Alliant Partners Realty was founded in 1996 as a real estate
development company by Carlos J. Alfonso in Tampa, FL.
Alliant Partners Realty is the parent company of the brokerage
entity with Clover Investment Properties in the greater Tampa Bay region.
In 2018, Alliant Partners Realty merged with assets and personnel from
The Radiant Group, to form the full-service real estate entity known as:
The company is co-managed by Carlos J. Alfonso and Frank D. Capitano.
The team at Alliant benefits from the experience and long-standing relationships within the Alfonso and the Capitano network of businesses, which notably includes a close association between both
Alfonso Architects and The Radiant Group.
Nick Capitano, founds Radiant Oil Company of Tampa as a home and commercial fuel oil supplier.
Carlos J. Alfonso founds Alfonso Architects in Tampa, Florida with Co-founders Carlos E. Alfonso Sr. and Alberto E. Alfonso.
Alliant Partners LLC founded in Tampa, Florida.
Alliant Partners renovates the 13,000 sq. ft. offices of Alfonso Architects in Historic Ybor City, Tampa, Florida.
1996 through 2006
1999 through 2006
Alliant Partners develops 2 retail shopping centers for Home Depot in Panama City, Florida, and Port Charlotte, Florida.
Alliant Partners LLC and Morin Development Group, both based in Tampa, begin a 250,000+ square-foot retail development on about 50 acres fronting SR 54, adjacent to the Suncoast Parkway, in Pasco County.
Alliant Partners develops 45,000 sq. ft. of commercial real estate space for CVS Pharmacy, Astoria Federal Savings & Loan, and New York Sports Club in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
Streamsong Resort opens, comprising of 216 luxury guest rooms, lounge and golf shop, a full-service spa, lakeside pool, casual and fine dining, hiking and birding trails, tennis, guided bass fishing and a sporting clays range.
Alliant Partners develops a historic 2 story, 7,000+ sq. ft. office building for Valley National Bank in historic Ybor City, Tampa, Florida.
Alliant Partners begins a development project for Masonite International Corp., the designer, and manufacturer of interior and exterior doors. The project will consist of company headquarters and campus and will allow employees to work together efficiently. The groundbreaking for the 56,000-square-foot building was held November 29th at 1309 E. 6th Ave. in Ybor City, Tampa. The new headquarters will accompany Masonite Corp.’s adjacent International Design Center, and be ready for move-in by approximately late December 2019.
Plans to redevelop the D.G. Yuengling & Son brewery property in Tampa — adding a hotel, restaurant, and tasting room, among other things — are moving forward. Tampa City Council on Thursday unanimously approved Yuengling’s plans for a mixed-use redevelopment on its 43-acre property at 11111 N. 30th St., said Carlos Alfonso, a Tampa architect involved in the project. Construction is slated to begin in May, Alfonso said. Yuengling is in the process of choosing a food and beverage operator. The rezoning clears the way for new construction on the north and west ends of the brewery property. The existing brewery will not change. Here are the uses that the Tampa city council approved for the property:
- A 200-room, 140,000-square-foot hotel
- 12,700-square-foot restaurant
- 7,000-square-foot museum gift shop
- 5,500-square-foot microbrewery and/or tasting room of the same size
- 5,300-square-foot indoor/outdoor beer garden
- 5,900 square feet of conference/meeting space
The brewery, which Pottsville, Pennsylvania-based Yuengling has owned since 1999, is in the recently rebranded “Uptown” district near the University of South Florida. Marketing efforts are underway to better connect the Uptown district with the cachet of Tampa’s other urban neighborhoods, and the new Yuengling construction could play a critical role in making that vision a reality.
Tampa, FL 33605