The Sol, an apartment project being developed by the NRP Group on a parking lot once owned by the Tampa Bay Times, is now named Beacon 430. The project is located at 430 3rd Ave S and consists of 326 apartments ranging from studios to three bedroom units between 600 and 1,200 square feet. The project is two blocks west of Campbell Landings and one block from the Harbour's Edge apartment project.
Cleveland-based developer, the NRP Group, has announced plans for its 300-unit apartment complex in St. Petersburg. The $55 million project will be named "the Sol" and will be aimed at upscale renters with monthly rates ranging from $800 to $1,800, the Tampa Bay Times said. Individual units will range from 600 to 1,200 square feet. The block is bordered by Fourth and Fifth streets and Third and Fourth avenues.
🛴💨 SCOOTERS IN ST PETE 🛴💨 Yesterday, City Council approved an ordinance that would allow scooter companies to participate in a one-year pilot program in St Pete. 😁🎉 Although scooters could hit the streets by late winter, the there will be quite a few stipulations: .
⚠️ Scooters will be banned from sidewalks and along the waterfront trail
⚠️ Scooters can be ridden within a bike lane, if there is one, on roads with speed limits of 30 miles per hour and under
⚠️ Speeds capped at 15 miles per hour
⚠️ The scooters must be parked within designated corrals across the city
The renovations to Avid Brew Company are COMPLETE! 🍺🥳 Although the brewery has been open for over a year now at 1745 1st Ave S, renovations to the front of the building are officially done. 😁 In addition to serving fantastic beer, Avid also sells homebrewing and growing supplies in a retail store attached to the expanded tasting room. Cheers! 🍻
Delmar 745, a 65-unit affordable housing community, has TOPPED OUT❗️🥳 Located in Downtown St Pete at 745 Delmar Terrace South, the 12-story building will include a fitness studio, secure covered bike locking stations, lighted walkways, a clubhouse, library and computer room with free WiFi, clothes care facilities, and a children’s alcove. 🚴♂️🏋️♀️📚 The project is expected to wrap up in Spring 2020. ☀️