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.
We've just received a new render of Icon Central, a 15-story 368-unit apartment development coming soon at 801 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Pete! 😍😁☀️ What are your thoughts?
The historic Union Trust Bank building will contribute 15,000 square feet of retail in additional to the 19,000 square feet of retail that will sit below the apartment tower. Official groundbreaking is set for this Wednesday.
BREAKING NEWS‼️ The "World Liquors" block at 1601 Central Ave is getting a huge makeover. This project will turn a largely vacant lot into an activated, walkable stretch along Central Avenue that'll help connect the EDGE District and the Grand Central District. Full story on StPeteRising.com ☀️🙏😄
Pour Taproom opens THIS SATURDAY at 225 2nd Avenue North in Downtown St Pete!🍺🤩 Featuring over 80 self-serve taps! Pay by the ounce, not by the glass. Just pour a few ounces, then try something else. Choose what you like the best 😁 #StPeteRising