Prominent Scientologist buys up $16 million worth of downtown Clearwater property - 2018-11-23

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F7.png Prominent Scientologist buys up $16 million worth of downtown Clearwater property November 23, 2018, Tracey McManus, Tampa Bay Times

CLEARWATER — A company run by Moises Agami, developer of the Skyview condo tower and part of a family that is one of the Church of Scientology's largest donors, recently purchased $16.4 million of property on and around Cleveland Street, putting him in control of a major swath of downtown.

Agami's company CBW Management bought nearly all the downtown holdings of longtime owners Terry and Anna Tsfatinos on Nov. 16, according to Pinellas County property records. Almost all of Agami's purchase borders the nine-story, all glass Atrium office tower at 601 Cleveland St., one of a half-dozen downtown properties Scientology leader David Miscavige bought last year for a retail project he later rescinded.

The portfolio includes a dozen storefronts that make up most of Cleveland Street's southern 600 block; storefronts at 425 and 519 Cleveland St.; a trio of storefronts at 514 Park St. directly to the west of the Atrium; and a parking lot and office building behind the Atrium on Park Street.

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{{cite news | author = Tracey McManus | title = Prominent Scientologist buys up $16 million worth of downtown Clearwater property | url = https://www.tampabay.com/clearwater/prominent-scientologist-buys-up-16-million-worth-of-downtown-clearwater-property-20181123/ | work = Tampa Bay Times | date = November 23, 2018 | accessdate = November 23, 2018 }}