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 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 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.