St. Petersburg has rolled out the Coast Bike Share Program with 100 demo bikes spread across 10 hubs along the city's waterfront and Central Avenue corridor.
ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - Construction has barely started on a St. Petersburg high-rise – and the retail space is already sold out.
St. Petersburg is home to some of the world's most pristine sugary white sand beaches, clear gulf waters, and plenty of warm sunshine.
At the epicenter of contemporary fashion and culinary delights, St. Petersburg claims some of the most engaging shopping and dining in the world.
ONE St. Petersburg, the 41-story mixed-use development in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, has sold its ground-floor retail condominiums to two separate buyers.
A large waterfront plaza has emerged as the centerpiece of the 25-acre Pier project planned for downtown, acting as a gathering spot that would serve as the city's "living room."
Move over, Epcot. The annual St. Pete Wine & Food Festival returns next week with a fresh lineup of gourmet tasting experiences over five days.
Soaring to a new standard for contemporary condominium living on Florida's west coast, Kolter Urban is taking luxury to a whole new level with the latest, and tallest, addition to the St. Petersburg skyline.
With construction well underway, ONE St. Petersburg has launched the exclusive Club ONE Concierge program. Owners at ONE St. Petersburg are able to take full advantage of this one-of-a-kind amenity service while the project is still in development.
The second annual SPF brings dozens of wide-ranging arts events, covering a spectrum of creations and experiences, showcasing a diverse array of local and national artists, organizations, and St. Petersburg style.
The Saturday Morning Market boasts local farmers with fresh produce, great food, interesting crafts and lively music but proclaims that the spirit of the community is the what truly defines the market's experience.
Expanding to nearly 5,000 square feet, with 4,062 sf of air-conditioned living space and four over-sized terraces with stunning views, never before experienced.
ONE St. Petersburg, a 41-story luxurious mixed-use high rise, will not only be the tallest building on the St. Petersburg skyline, but will tower above the historic Skyway Bridge by more than 20 feet.
St. Petersburg's tallest high-rise condominium officially broke ground earlier this year along the city's popular waterfront.
The Real Deal is reporting that a New York company has a contract to pay more than $15 million for an entire block of downtown St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg has become known for mixing residences with commercial space and entertainment venues — a goal many cities have tried to achieve but have failed to fully execute.
The West Palm Beach firm has presold 110 condo units at ONE St. Petersburg
Bay News 9 covers the groundbreaking of ONE St. Petersburg and the positive growth this provides to the city.
Sales of pre-construction condos at One St. Petersburg have already topped $110 million, making the project the top-selling condo right now in the Bay area.
True to its word, Kolter Group is beginning construction on ONE St. Petersburg early.
Tampa Bay's economic progress can be measured by its companies, its job growth and GDP, its population, its corporate headquarters, its entrepreneurs, its graduation rates, its universities and its patents. Even its swagger.
ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - Construction of what will become Pinellas County's tallest building is now underway, three months ahead of schedule.
When Kolter Group started planning One St. Petersburg, a 41-story condominium tower on Second Street North, its executives knew the deal could be pushing the limits of a market the size of St. Pete.
With the tailwinds of a red hot downtown real estate market at its back, ONE St. Petersburg has continued to far exceeded expectations.
There is no denying downtown St. Petersburg is undergoing revitalization. There are new shops, new restaurants, new hotels, and soon lots more new homes for those wanting to live in the center of it all.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- It's slated to be the largest residential tower in the bay area. We're getting a new look at how the "one" building will transform downtown St. Petersburg.
Reservations for One St. Petersburg, a 41-story condo tower planned for the city's thriving downtown, have "far surpassed expectations, the project's sales director said Wednesday.
In another sign of downtown St. Petersburg's soaring popularity, a 174-room Hyatt hotel will be part of a $200 million retail-condo project a few blocks from the waterfront.
ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman Wednesday formally asked the Federal Aviation Administration to change flight rules at Albert Whitted Airport to allow 450 feet tall buildings downtown.
Right now, the limit is 400 feet.
ST. PETERSBURG — If the stature of the forthcoming One St. Petersburg condo tower is a measure of the demand for luxury living downtown, the biggest phase in this city's residential boom is still yet to come.
Tonight Smith & Associates Real Estate and the Kolter team had a fantastic Grand Opening party for ONE St. Petersburg. One thing we got to see at the party was the newly released commercial for ONE as well as a fantastic virtual tour of this brand new construction condo project due to be completed Fall 2018!
After a year that saw a slew of high profile and successful restaurant openings, introduced four new boutique hotels and generated record tourism — and with the recession becoming more and more a memory
The developer hoping to build a 41-story tower in St. Petersburg wants the Federal Aviation Administration to raise the maximum allowable height for buildings in the city.
One Progress Plaza holds the title as the city's highest at 386 feet, 5 feet taller than Signature Place, and a little under the Federal Aviation Administration's height limit of 400 feet.
But the Kolter Group wants its proposed One St. Petersburg 41-story tower at First Avenue and First Street N...
Downtown St. Petersburg is a growing hot spot and soon there will be another development to add to the list. It's only three letters but ONE is going to be big. "ONE St. Petersburg is one entire city block with residential and retail hotel,” development executive Brian Van Slyke said...
ONE St.Petersburg will be a 41 story, 253 unit condo tower complemented by a garage and retail base along with a second tower featuring 174 hotel rooms.
ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - The Kolter Group has now submitted to the City of St. Petersburg site plans for development of the so-called "Trop Block" near the downtown waterfront.
St. Petersburg, Florida – The tallest building in downtown, One Progress Plaza at 200 Central Ave., is 389 feet tall, but a new building will rival that height.
"I think this is very big deal," said Brian Van Slyke, a development executive with the Kolter Group, the company in charge of building the new tower.
Downtown's residential development boom is in full swing. Three apartment buildings are completed, four more are in various stages of construction and six condo projects are under way.
A South Florida developer's plans for a new luxury tower in downtown St. Petersburg are ambitious and market data suggests the time is ripe for such a project.
The Kolter Group, based in West Palm Beach, is planning a 41-story tower that would include 253 condominium units and a 13-story hotel with 173 rooms on Second Street North, across the street from Jannus Landing, said Brian Van Slyke, an executive with Kolter who's overseeing the project.
A West Palm Beach developer has revealed plans for perhaps the most prime piece of undeveloped real estate in the city's downtown.
The Kolter Group is planning a 13-story hotel and 41-story condo tower on the Tropicana block on Central Avenue, a $120 million construction project that will transform the eastern end of Central Avenue and suggests that the downtown development boom is still gaining pace.
ST. PETERSBURG (FOX 13) - Developers are usually challenged by what zoning regulations will allow or what prices a market will bear. Kolter Urban president Robert Vail said that is not the case for the "Trop block" it is buying from the Edwards Group.
The Kolter Group LLC has announced development plans for the downtown St. Petersburg block bordered by Central and First Avenue North and First and Second streets.
Its plans call for a mixed-use project, including a residential condominium, hotel, retail and parking. Kolter says it will purchase the block from an Edwards Group affiliate next month to develop the two-tower complex.
ST. PETERSBURG — A long-empty parcel in the center of downtown recently bought by prominent businessman Bill Edwards will get new life as a hotel and condominium complex.
St. Petersburg, Florida – A local developer on Wednesday announced plans to build a mixed-use property in downtown.
ST. PETERSBURG — In April, Bill Edwards bought the Tropicana block for $12 million, sparking speculation about what the mogul planned for the rare block of nearly vacant land in the heart of downtown with almost unlimited potential.