Coming off of a record year in 2016, Downtown St. Pete’s real estate market is continuing to show signs of strength with the addition of new residential development. With land in downtown’s core at a premium, many developers are turning to urban infill townhome developments to meet the increasing demand.
Over the last few years, these townhome developments, usually consisting of 10 units or less, have begun popping up around downtown with much success. Last year, sold out townhome projects such as Del Mar City Homes, Quattro, and the Renaissance City Homes were completed, indicating strength in the high-end townhome market.
The Johns Hopkins Research Center in Downtown St Pete topped out in February. This $95.5M, 225k square foot project is one of many currently rising in downtown. Check out StPeteRising.com for our 1Q17 development update!
Numex Chile, New Mexican chile-centric cuisine, is coming soon to the Grand Central District! Who's hungry for some blue corn pancakes, green chile cheeseburgers and breakfast burritos? Expected to open in June 2017 at 2710 Central Ave! #StPeteRising
The latest food trend is coming to St Pete! Sweet Charlie's specializes in Thai-inspired rolled ice cream. Opening this summer in the EDGE District st1010 Central Avenue (formerly Yoga Energy Studio) #StPeteRising