St Petersburg & Clearwater Reviews

Scott reviewed

Pros: Overall just amazing! I love the decor, atmosphere and the outdoor area just tops it all off. ..
Cons: Just like anywhere else in a Downtown area, parking sometimes can be tricky on busy nights. ..
Comments: Wow was I impressed! This bar takes the best of almost everything you would want in a bar and has it in one location. You have amazing drinks, ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Scott reviewed

Pros: Balcony and VIP area, service and overall experience. ..
Cons: Parking downtown can be tricky if you are not familiar with the area but the location is prime in the middle of so many places! ..
Comments: I have been to 260 First a few times and have always been impressed. They have good staff, the VIP area and balcony is awesome! This is a ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Micki reviewed

Comments: Hello everyone, I am the "girl" that hung up on the man that will not even say his name. I will be good and not post his name. This gentlemen ..
Overall Rating: 11111

We’re barely in to 2013 and it’s already shaping up to be a great year for the burgeoning Gateway area in St Petersburg.  According to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, multiple developers plan to build four different apartment complexes boasting a total 800 units in the Gateway area.

The first apartment complex has already signed its first lease with plans to fully open in April of this year.  Located on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street at 118th Avenue N. in St. Pete, Elan Gateway boasts 240 units made by Charleston, S.C.-based company, Greystar Real Estate Partners.

Apartment and real estate developer, Bayfair Properties, has site plans approved to build 150 apartments in St. Petersburg near the intersection of Gandy Boulevard at 10980 Oak St. NE.

Tampa development company, 908 Development Group also joins the list of companies building apartments in St. Petersburg in 2013.  The Tampa organization will build 150 apartments called Aspire at Gateway located at the same, previous intersection with hopes to open the doors sometime in May.

Finally, Houston, TX.-based developer, Hines, plans to build 308 luxury apartments, collectively named Azure, next to the Reserve at Gateway located off Roosevelt Blvd. near Interstate 275.

And, it seems like these developers won’t even have to worry about demand.  According to the Tampa Bay Times, existing occupancy rates are pushing 95 percent at several other Gateway apartments in St. Petersburg located near these four new complexes.

We’ll keep you posted as more news arises.

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