Residences at 400 Central Under Construction at 400 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701

Residences at 400 Central is anticipated to be one of the tallest buildings on Florida’s west coast, measuring 515 feet above grade and comprising 46 floors. The St. Petersburg venture will feature 301 homes, ranging from two-bedroom to four-bedroom layout plans.

Per the community’s website, they measure about 1,270 square feet to just over 5,500 square feet each. Conceptual renderings suggest that in-unit amenities include stainless steel appliances, terraces, and smart home features.

One of the floorplans.

Units start in the $900,000s. St. Pete Rising reports that the venture is currently under construction, with delivery slated for 2025. Communal amenities include an athlete-grade fitness center, theater lounge, board room, and resort-inspired pool deck. There’s also a glass-enclosed Sky Lounge Observatory on the roof.

In total, there’s more than 12,900 square feet of interior amenities and 23,100 square feet of outdoor residential amenities. Red Apple Group/Red Apple Real Estate is the developer. Arquitectonica is the architect, Celano Design Studio is the designer, and Michael Saunders & Company is the real estate team.

Amenities include a glass-enclosed rooftop.

As the name suggests, Residences at 400 Central’s address is 400 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701, in Pinellas County. The build site measures just over two acres, and it’s west of the St. Pete Pier and east of Tropicana Field.

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1 Comment on "Residences at 400 Central Under Construction at 400 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701"

  1. nothing like for $900,000, pooping next to the Dining table. The entrance to the 2nd bedroom could have been where the powder room is, and the bath shared between guests and bedroom 2. 1/2 less toilet but 100% more civilized. (and would have given the Living Room a solid wall instead of turning the entire room into a hallway to the bedrooms. jeez.

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