Mixed-Use Skyway Village Approved for 3102 34th Street South, St. Petersburg, Florida

Earlier this week, the St. Petersburg Development Review Commission approved Skyway Village, a mixed-use development in the Skyway Marina District. The venture will involve demolishing most of a 380,000-square-foot facility that exists on the 34.3-acre build site.

St. Pete Rising reports that Skyway Village will offer more than 2,000 apartments spread across multiple mid-rise buildings. They are intended to meet the needs of middle-class families in the region.

Skyway Village’s site plan.

Skyway Villave will also have 80,920 square feet of retail, 22,500 square feet of offices, and close to 120,000 square feet of self-storage space. Plans also call for 4,000 parking spots for residents, employees, and commercial tenants.

One of the retail ventures is a Sprouts Farmers Market. That aspect is scheduled to open in 2025. Skyway Village hosts many amenities, including a dog spa, leasing office, fitness and wellness centers, and the “Sky Lounge,” which will offer oceanfront views.

The venture will take eight years to fully complete.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that Coral Gables-based Altis Cardinal is the developer. It proposed the Skyway Villages in May of this year, and it purchased the build site for $40 million in 2021. Skyway Villages will reach completion in phases spread over an eight-year period.

The complex’s address will be 3102 34th Street South, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33711, in Pinellas County.

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