With demand strong and land at a premium in Downtown St. Pete, real estate developers are increasingly turning to small parcels of land for large-scale projects. Most recently, The Bezu, which was announced last week at 100 Fourth Avenue North, is a proposed 24-story luxury condominium building at the site of the previously proposed Brownstones townhome project. That project, which was delayed for various reasons, proposed four large townhome units reminiscent of New York City’s brownstones. This new tower proposal is much denser in land use and features a sleek, modern building with 24 residences.
Amigos Tortilla Bar will join the 600 block of Downtown St. Pete later this year. Who’s ready for some tacos, nachos, and margaritas?! 🌮🍹😍 #StPeteRising
Pacific Counter is coming to 660 Central Ave this summer! 👌😍 They’ll be serving up poke and sushi burritos (the latter of which will be made by a robot imported from Japan). Choose from 10 signature combos in your choice of burrito or bowl. You can also create your own by choosing from a variety of bases, proteins, toppings and house-made sauces. 🌯 🍣 😂
Craft Kafe is finally OPEN at 200 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Pete! They specialize in 100% gluten-free food and incredible coffee ☕😋 Enjoy salads, sandwiches, omelets, and assorted baked goods. Hours are 6:30am to 7pm. #StPeteRising