Warehouseartsdistrict@gmail.com We are an arts district just West of downtown St. Pete spanning from 1st Ave. North to 10th Ave. South and 16th Street to 31st Streets.
"Our vision is to create a community that will attract artists from all over the country to live and work here.”
If you live, work and create in this district, we encourage you to contact us so we can create a photo album of your space.
For decades, much of this area was industrial (and part of it is still zoned as such), populated with warehouses and small manufacturing companies. The Seaboard Railroad Station, built in 1926 at 420 22nd St. S, was an important link between those businesses and their clients. But in more recent times, many of the buildings sat empty.
But artists saw potential. A warehouse has special appeal to those who like to work large or need heavy duty equipment. There are already about 16 arts businesses and organizations within the proposed boundaries including the Train Station Center for Clay which has occupied the Seaboard building since 2000.
-Lennie Bennett, Times Art Critic, Tampa Bay Times
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