1001 Office Building (Thousand and One)

LOCATION: Thousand & One, 1001 Water Street, Tampa, FL 33602


BUILT: 2021

SIZE: 387,000 square feet, of which 55,358 square feet is rentable office space

PHOTO CREDIT: Thousand & One

Thousand & One offers living workplaces thoughtfully informed by nature and innovation. Poised for growth amid the dynamic Water Street neighborhood in downtown Tampa and under the umbrella of North America’s first WELL Certified™ community, this signature biophilic trophy office building delivers a restorative professional environment that cultivates productivity, collaboration, betterment, and balance. A holistic response to the rhythms of an emergent era of work, Thousand & One creates the conditions for personal and professional fulfillment.

The distinctive centerpoint of Water Street Tampa’s neighborhood, Thousand & One is a holistically balanced urban design experience. A walkable community bringing people, productivity and wellness into alignment, Water Street Tampa centers the human experience through an authentic and varied celebration of energy, innovation, and activity. Set against a tranquil waterfront backdrop, retail, restaurants, and nourishing green spaces intertwine to create an environment that is atmospheric, textured and fulfilling – and all just moments from Thousand & One.

Office spaces bring in 40% more fresh outside air than traditional office buildings.

The penthouse is accessible to all tenants and features two lushly landscaped outdoor terraces.  9 double-height private exterior terraces provide tenants with access to fresh air daily.


Balanced and intentional, Thousand & One is designed to meet WELL Core and Shell standards. This, combined with its optimal location, serves as a key attraction and retention factor for top talent, heightening your competitive advantage.


From arrival to departure, everything has been designed in consideration for the tenant experience. Open-air terraces allow seamless access to the outdoors and nearby coffee and happy hour options abound.


Evidence-based design has informed the development of solo retreat areas, sunlit spaces and human-focused amenities that position employees to thrive across all facets of their working day.