Recently, new residential developments have been sprouting up on nearly every corner in Downtown St. Pete. From urban townhomes to mid-rise condos to towering mixed-use apartment developments, there has been a lot of activity within the urban core as well as in downtown’s peripheral districts.
Despite seeing enormous growth in new restaurants and retail options, St. Pete’s Grand Central District, which runs along Central Avenue between 16th Street and 31st Street, has yet to experience the boom in residential growth that the neighboring EDGE District has encountered. However, that may soon change.
Milhaus, a real estate construction, development, and management company from Indianapolis is proposing a large mixed-use development in the district. The six-year-old company is relatively new to Florida, but has plans for an expanded presence in the state, including a project currently under construction in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa.Read More