Revised plans approved for 14-story mixed-use building at 900 Central Avenue in downtown St. Pete
A 14-story mixed-use development slated for St. Petersburg’s EDGE District has been approved by the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency, subject to a final review of the building plans and the developer’s compliance with any conditions of approval.
The $58.1 million project, known by its address, 900 Central Avenue, will feature 185 apartment residences (21 of which will be workforce housing units), 20 hotel rooms, nearly 10,000 feet of commercial space, a 204-space parking garage, and 224 bicycle parking spaces. The building is expected to reach a height of 150 feet.
The building’s footprint will occupy most of the 0.83-acre site, which is currently home to three buildings, two of which will be demolished, and a 41-space surface parking lot. A variety of businesses — including a nail salon, two law offices, and two fitness studios — are located on the site. Anytime Fitness announced in October that it would be closing in December.