St. Petersburg’s getting a new housing development. Strum Place will comprise nine three-story townhomes, with residences measuring 2,040 square feet each.
Layout plans include three-bedroom and three-and-a-half bathroom models, featuring second-floor great rooms, stainless steel appliances, and private balconies. Every unit comes with a two-car garage and open-concept living/dining areas. St. Pete Rising notes that three of the townhome units will come with private fenced-in yards.
Homes start in the $700,000s and will rest on a 0.84-acre build site. J Square Developers and Backstreets Capital are spearheading the project. The two purchased the parcel for $1.45 million in December 2022.
Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2024 with completion planned for 2025. BSB Design is the architect, and Space Interiors curated the interior design. Strum Place is named for the historic Strum Family, one of the area’s pioneering families.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal notes that developers intend to preserve the adjacent Strum House, a two-story, 4,800-square-foot home constructed in 1924. Strum Place is planned for the corner of Central Avenue and 64th Street in Petersburg, Florida. It’s within driving distance of downtown St. Petersburg.