St. Petersburg, Florida, will soon be home to a new mixed-use development. Orange Station at the EDGE will offer 50,000 square feet of prime office space, a 600-spot parking garage, and 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. But that’s not all.
Plans also call for approximately 103 residences. Sixty-one of those residences will be housed in a 16-story building called “the Residences at Orange Station.” Of the total 103 residences, 42 are workforce units and 61 condos.
St. Pete Rising reports that there are various different floorplans to choose from, measuring around 1,200 square feet to 2,500 square feet each. They start at $700,000. In-unit amenities come with high ceilings, outdoor terraces, and hurricane-grade windows.
Other conceptual renderings show quartz countertops, in-unit washers and dryers, and wood panel flooring. Communal amenities include a swimming pool, fire table, and various other outdoor spaces. Sources report that Orange Station at the EDGE will cost around $70 million to complete.
These same sources note that J Square Developers, DDA Development, Cushman & Wakefield, Smith & Associates Real Estate, and Backstreet Capital are all working together as the venture’s developers. Place Architecture designed Orange Station at the EDGE.
Coastal Construction, the general contractor, hopes to finish construction by the first quarter of 2024. Orange Station at the EDGE’s address is 1301 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33705, in Hillsborough County. It’s located on the former site of the St. Petersburg Police Department’s headquarters.