The Tampa Bay real estate market is attracting attention as one of the top regions in the country for relocation and investing and continues to grow. With life resurging after the pandemic and businesses regaining their strength, many real estate developments are in full gear.
Pendry Residences Tampa
Located in the heart of Tampa's dynamic downtown, the Pendry Residences Tampa creates an urban oasis along the city's popular Riverwalk waterfront district. Expected to open to residences in 2025, the high-end homes are in high demand and will be located on the top floors of the exclusive Pendry Hotel. The Pendry Tampa will feature 220 guestrooms and suites and 207 Pendry Residences, where homeowners will have a private residential lobby, elevator, and rooftop pool. Pendry Residences Tampa is ideally situated along the 2.4-mile-long waterfront pathway that links the neighborhood's vibrant cultural and entertainment attractions, optimal for work and play.
Named after urban planner John Nolen, the Nolen will be a significant part of the waterfront transformation in downtown St. Petersburg. The property is now under construction at 126 4th Avenue Northeast, making way for the 23-story boutique condominium tower with only 31 residences. The Nolen offers buyers a new level of luxury living including high-end interior finishes, a private elevator foyer, no shared neighboring walls, climate-controlled storage, and two assigned parking spaces.
At the former St. Petersburg Police headquarters site, the mixed-use development, Orange Station in the EDGE district, has prepped its site for future construction. Once completed, the property will include 50,000 square feet of office space, 14,000 square feet of retail, 61 condos, 42 apartments, and 400 public parking spaces in its garage. The intelligent use of space complements the rapidly growing city's walkability and desire for top-quality live, work, and play options. The modern residences offer 1, 2, & 3 bedroom floor plans with bosch appliances, and polished quartz countertops paired with granite sinks. Industrial style impact glass windows give Orange Station a unique architectural style to St. Petersburg. A courtyard oasis pool, a 6th floor elevated residence-only lounge, terrace, and fitness are just a few of the amenities within the community.
In June, the Art House broke ground in St. Petersburg at 200 Central Avenue. Once complete, which is estimated for 2024, the 42-story tower will have 244 residences, and 6,100 square feet of commercial space according to the latest plans. Located in the heart of St. Petersburg, the panoramic skyline and water views, the finest shopping, dining, culture, and entertainment at your doorstep, five-star amenities, and 24/7 services at your fingertips make the Art House's location ideal.
The Residences at the Tampa EDITION
Water Street Tampa is transforming downtown Tampa with business, culture, and more opportunities to live the urban lifestyle. The Residences at the Tampa EDITION is a reflection of this community. 38 limited-EDITION residencies offer a thrilling new perspective on Tampa living. As the first-ever five-star hotel in Tampa, the Tampa Edition is a focal point for the booming Water Street and will offer an extraordinary hotel and residential experience. The Residences are sold-out and have been welcoming homeowners into this new lifestyle for Tampa Bay.
South Tampa's premier luxury highrise, Altura Bayshore, reflects the elegance of Bayshore Boulevard, Hillsborough Bay, Hyde Park, and downtown Tampa. Altura Bayshore is home to 73 residences, each with its own private elevator foyer, and direct Bayshore terrace. The homes range in size from 2,176 square feet to 3,575 square feet. What makes Altura special is its rooftop amenity deck including a resort-style pool and owner’s lounge. Located just minutes from downtown Tampa, this community is perfect for work and play.
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