Kolter Urban Breaks Ground On 42-Story Art House In The Heart Of Downtown St. Petersburg

Art House Street View. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Palm Beach, Florida-based real estate development and investment firm Kolter Urban has broken ground on Art House, a 42-story luxury condominium development located at 200 Central Avenue in the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg. Designed by SB Architects with interiors by ID & Design International Interior Design and landscaping by Kimley-Horn Landscape Architects, the 450-foot-tall development will deliver 244 spacious residential units in a variety of two- and three-bedroom layouts, including 12 lavish penthouse units. The ground floor will be activated with 6,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and the tower will sit atop an 8-story parking garage for 482 vehicles. Coastal Construction is the general contractor, projecting to complete construction and deliver the project by late 2024. 

Arrival – Sculpture Circle. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Art House. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Exterior – Restaurant Area. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Art House At Dusk. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Art House During Sunset. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Art House’s intelligently designed floor plans will range from two to three bedrooms, several with a den, spanning 1,380 to 2,637 square feet and will feature flow-through layouts, with open great room designs, floor-to-ceiling glass and spacious terraces showcasing stunning views of the city skyline, Tampa Bay and beyond. The penthouse collection of 12 luxurious penthouses situated on the top three floors of the project offers modern, floorplans with up to 11’ ceilings and ranging from 3,967 square feet to 4,847 square feet of interior and exterior living space. Art House will offer a selection of designer finishes, features, and appliances that allow residents to uniquely personalize their retreat. A curated menu of indoor and outdoor amenities is designed to deliver a wellness-focused experience to residents from the moment they walk through the door.

Unit F Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Unit E Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Unit D Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Unit B Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Unit A Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Penthouse D Owners Suite. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Penthouse D Great Room. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Unit E Balcony. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

An elevated resident amenity on the ninth level, dubbed Cloud 9, will include a resort-style pool and spa, contemporary cabanas, open gathering spaces and conversation areas. Residents will enjoy a formal club room overlooking the pool terrace with a private dining room; a state-of-the-art fitness center with high-tech cardio and strength training equipment; a glass-enclosed personal training and movement studio; a theatre with plush lounge seating; a game room with simulator; and a rain or shine outdoor dog park. Residents also have access to fully-furnished guest suites, perfect for entertaining out-of-town guests. For residents who have transitioned to work-from-home, The Hub, located on the first floor, is a shared work area with communal space, private and semi-private work spaces, a conference room and a board room.

Isometric – Amenities Fitness Center. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Pool Bar. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

Exterior Pool Area. Credit: Evolution Virtual.

“Rarely have we seen a property begin construction in just three months after launching sales,” said Bob Vail, President of Kolter Urban. “Our unprecedented sales success at Art House is indicative of the team that Kolter has assembled; including SB Architects, ID & Design International Interior Design, Kimley-Horn Landscape Architects and Smith & Associates Real Estate as the exclusive sales agency. The Smith & Associates sales team that was responsible for the sell-out of Saltaire St. Petersburg a year prior to completing construction is the same team responsible for Art House sales. Presently, we are experiencing a soaring demand for upscale, new-construction real estate in St. Petersburg. We look forward to delivering what will be our fifth architecturally stunning, amenity-rich new development in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area in late 2024. Art House will shape luxury real estate development in St. Petersburg for years to come.”

Art House Shovel. Credit: Robert Pope Photography.

Art House construction site. Credit: Robert Pope Photography.

Ricardo Nunez, Sean Demartino, Mayor Ken Welch, Brian Van Slyke, Sean Murphy, Nick Krarup, Kevin Gray. Credit: Robert Pope Photography

Coastal Construction Team. Credit: Robert Pope Photography.

Guests at Groundbreaking. Credit: Robert Pope Photography.

Kolter Urban commenced construction just months after launching sales, which has reportedly had immense success. Smith & Associates Real Estate serves as the exclusive listing agent for Art House with residences priced from $1 million.

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