Downtown St. Petersburg

Foundations Underway For 46-Story ‘The Residences At 400 Central’ In Downtown St. Petersburg

Foundation work has begun for The Residences at 400 Central, a 46-story mixed-use building at 400 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Petersburg. Slated to become the city’s tallest building, the 515-foot-tall structure is designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica with interiors by Celano Design Studio and is being developed by New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate, led by John Catsimatidis. The project will yield 1.3 million square feet of space including 301 residential units, 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, retail and restaurant space, Class A office space, and a rooftop observatory with a view from Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. This first stage of foundation construction is expected to be completed in the next few months, and vertical constriction is expected to begin in early 2023.

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Suffolk Construction Selected As General Contractor For St. Petersburg’s Tallest Building

Suffolk Construction has been selected as the general contractor for The Residences at 400 Central, a world-class 46-story mixed-use tower slated to ascend over the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg at 400 Central Avenue. The 515-foot-tall structure will become the new tallest building in St. Petersburg and on Florida’s west coast, designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica and developed by New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate. The project will yield 1.3 million square feet of space including 301 condominium homes with 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, retail and restaurant space, Class A office space and a rooftop observatory with view from Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Kolter Urban Breaks Ground On 42-Story Art House In The Heart Of Downtown St. Petersburg

Palm Beach, Florida-based real estate development and investment firm Kolter Urban has broken ground on Art House, a 42-story luxury condominium development located at 200 Central Avenue in the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg. Designed by SB Architects with interiors by ID & Design International Interior Design and landscaping by Kimley-Horn Landscape Architects, the 450-foot-tall development will deliver 244 spacious residential units in a variety of two- and three-bedroom layouts, including 12 lavish penthouse units. The ground floor will be activated with 6,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and the tower will sit atop an 8-story parking garage for 482 vehicles. Coastal Construction is the general contractor, projecting to complete construction and deliver the project by late 2024. 

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Sales Launch For Kolter Urban’s 42-Story Art House At 200 Central Avenue In St. Petersburg

Palm Beach-based real estate development and investment firm Kolter Urban announces the launch of sales at Art House St. Petersburg, a 42-story luxury condominium development located at 200 Central Avenue in the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg. Designed by SB Architects with interiors by ID & Design International, the 450-foot-tall residential tower will become one of the tallest in the city and include 244 spacious, luxury residences with several unique floor plans and three floors of penthouses. Art House will showcase an impressive collection of private resident amenities, an architecturally striking covered entry with a three-story 28-foot arrival plaza, approximately 6,000 square feet of street-level retail/restaurant space with frontage on Central Avenue and a 482-space parking garage. 

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200 Central Avenue. Designed by SB Architects

Development Review Commission Approves Kolter Group’s 41-Story Tower At 200 Central Avenue In St. Petersburg

Delray Beach-based developer Kolter Group is moving forward with the plans for project at 200 Central Avenue, a 41-story mixed-use building planned to rise on an existing grade-level parking lot in Downtown St. Petersburg. Despite some hesitation with the overall design, the city’s Development Review Commission ultimately gave the green light for project and site plan modifications requesting floor area ratio bonuses. Designed by SB Architects, the firm behind the design of Kolter’s One St. Petersburg and Saltaire towers, the structure will rise approximately 480-feet including the decorative crown, and yield 248 residential units, 6,100 square feet of ground floor retail, and 482 parking spaces. 

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