The residential boom in Downtown St. Petersburg is showing no signs of slowing down. One more project will add to the 2,000+ residential units that are either under construction or proposed for the downtown area. This summer, construction will begin on 801 Conway, a new 35-unit townhome community located on the corner of Burlington Street and 8th Street North, just four blocks from the bustling Central Avenue. Each residence will range from around 1,300 to 2,200 square feet.Read More
Yesterday, St. Pete Rising broke the news of a proposal for a 22-story luxury apartment tower at the former Onyx nightclub site in Downtown St. Pete. Today, directly west of that block, there is another proposal for a 9-story luxury rental building being developed by The NRP Group.
The NRP Group is no stranger to Downtown St. Pete. They also developed Beacon 430, which is one block south of this project. In September 2015, Beacon 430 sold for $84.5 million — which works out to around $259,000 per apartment at the 324-unit property.Read More
Over a thousand new residential units will be coming to Downtown St. Pete over the next couple of years. With over 15 developments either under construction or proposed, the combined impact of these projects is creating Tampa Bay’s best community to live, work, and play.
Showing confidence in the Downtown St. Pete market, investor Jeff Craft with NV Holdings is embarking on multiple projects in and around St. Pete’s urban core.Read More
Downtown St. Pete’s newest residential community will bring a bit of northeast charm to the Sunshine City. The Brownstones St Petersburg will pay homage to an architectural style found frequently in cities such as Chicago, Boston, and New York City. Located on the corner of 4th Ave N and 1st St N, these new homes will be only one block away from the popular Beach Dr. and at the site of formerly proposed condo project Maranatha by the Bay.Read More
With the tailwinds of a red hot downtown real estate market at its back, ONE St. Petersburg has continued to far exceeded expectations.
Since having an official grand opening event in February around 120 units have been reserved, representing sales of over $126 million. Dave Traynor, of Smith & Associates, said about a third of the reservations have come from existing St. Pete residents while another third have come from other areas in Tampa Bay. The remaining third have come from out of area buyers primarily from the Northeast and the Midwest.
Soaring over 450 feet, ONE St. Petersburg will be the tallest building in St. Petersburg and in Pinellas County. The 41-story, 253 unit condo tower, which is expected to break ground in the first quarter of 2016, will be located at 100 First Ave N.Read More
For years, Tampa has arguably had a better selection of dining options than its brother across the bay, St. Petersburg. Jason Ruhe and Hope Montgomery opened Brick and Mortar to the public last week, simultaneously elevating St. Pete’s culinary game.
The restaurant and catering company is located at 539 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Pete, taking over the parcel previously vacated by St. Pete Brasserie in September 2013. Holding 50 people inside and 17 on the patio outside, the space feels very intimate.The decor is flush with rustic charm.Raw unfinished wooden tables are lit up by vintage light fixtures hanging from the ceiling and natural sunlight spilling inside from the floor-to-ceiling windows.Read More