St. Petersburg Officials Revoke ‘Sky Addict Aviation’ Lease After 50



Life comes at you fast, and St. Petersburg isn’t enjoying about COVID-19 restrictions! Final weekend 50 Cent threw an enormous Tremendous Bowl celebration in an airplane hangar at Albert Whitted Airport that seemingly price the venue their lease. In accordance with stories from  Tampa Bay Occasions, it was introduced yesterday that ‘Sky Addict Aviation’ now has six months to pack up their belongings and depart the constructing.

The celebration violated a number of COVID-19 security protocols, so St. Petersburg metropolis officers have terminated Sky Addict Aviation’s lease. The corporate had simply renewed its five-year time period in December for the three,000 sq. foot hangar and workplace area. Alfred Wendler, town’s Director of Actual Property and Property Administration, cited a provision within the lease that enables for termination with out trigger within the termination letter. The letter offers Sky Addict Aviation 180 days advance discover.

In case you recall, St. Petersburg’s Mayor Rick Kriseman spoke out in opposition to the celebration on Twitter. He shared a photograph of the celebration from TMZ and tweeted, “This isn’t how we ought to be celebrating the Tremendous Bowl. It’s not protected or sensible. It’s silly. We’re going to take a really shut take a look at this, and it might find yourself costing somebody much more than 50 Cent.”

Mayor Kriseman’s spokesman Ben Kirby spoke out concerning Sky Addict Aviation’s lease being terminated. “The mayor determined to terminate the lease as a result of internet hosting a live performance is outdoors the scope of what the hangar area is meant for use for,” mentioned Ben. “Sky Addict additionally did not file a COVID-19 security plan, required by town for occasions bigger than 250 individuals. That rule went into impact on Feb. 1st.”


Nonetheless, Ben mentioned metropolis officers don’t know the entire quantity of people that have been in attendance. Sky Addict’s registered agent and supervisor Abraham Tray declined to remark.

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