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Old August 15th, 2016, 09:38 PM   #1
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ST. PETE | 930 Central Ave. | 6 stories | 218 units | U/C

St. Pete's CRA just approved a 6-story, 218 unit, 346,769 square foot multi-family residential building with ground level retail at 930 Central Avenue.

http://www.stpete.org/agenda%20packe...l%20Agenda.pdf

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Old August 15th, 2016, 11:00 PM   #2
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REQUEST
Review of the proposed plan to construct
a 6-story, 218 unit, 346,769 square foot multi
family residential building with ground level retail, located at 930 Central Avenue, for
consistency with the Intown West Redevelopment Plan.
APPLICANT INFORMATION
Applicant: Bainbridge Communities Acquisitions Ill, LLC
2785 Wrights Road, Unit 117
Oviedo, FL 32765
Property Owner:
E
E 930 Central Ave Holdings, LLC
1133 1/2 Bay Street NE
Saint Petersburg, Florida 33701-1828
Representative: Paul Momberger
2785 Wrights Road, Unit 117
Oviedo, FL 32765
OVERVIEW OF PROJECT
The property is located in the Edge District of downtown on Central Avenue and First
Street South, between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street South on the east and 11th St
South on the west. The project consists of
a 6-story, 84-feet high, 218 unit, 346,769
square foot multi-family residential building with ground level retail. The estimated
construction value of project is $35 million.
The property consists of
a vacant lot that is currently used for temporary parking. The
applicant proposes to construct
a new 6-story, 218 unit multi-family residential building
with ground level retail and
a 258 space parking garage.
The proposed building will be constructed in the center of the subject block. Access to
the parking garage will be from Avenue South.
A pool will constructed in the center
over the parking garage. Four townhome units, an exercise room, the lobby/leasing office
IRP 16-2a
August 25, 2016
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and
a retail tenant space are located on the north side of the building, oriented to Central
Avenue.
The proposed building will be of
a modern style of architecture. The facades have been
articulated with spandrel glazing, recess and projections in the fašade, and banding.
CONSISTENCY WITH INTOWN WEST REDEVELOPMENT PLAN
The Intown West Redevelopment Plan (IWRP) requires the Community Redevelopment
Agency to evaluate
a development proposal to ensure its proposed use and design are
consistent with the Plan.
Plan Emphasis
The goal of the redevelopment plan is to provide
a specific development focus for the
Dome District that supports the lntown West Redevelopment Area and capitalizes on the
opportunities generated by Tropicana Field. Objective 1 of the IWRP calls for establishing
a cohesive development pattern and visual identity through land uses that reinforce
downtown and stadium development through creation of highly visible and intensive
activity nodes, and reinforcement of retail along the Central Avenue and jst Avenue North
corridors.
The proposed development under the current DC-i zoning, will support the mix of uses in
the district. The building is urban in scale with pedestrian oriented street level features,
including the provision of ground level retail and storefront window systems consistent
with urban commercial buildings, and streetscaping, including planters and street trees,
that will accent the building.
SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATION
Administration recommends approval of the attached resolution finding the multi-family
residential building with ground level retail building, located at 930 Central Avenue,
consistent with the Intown West Redevelopment Plan.
This recommendation is subject to the following conditions:
1. Final building plans must be reviewed and approved by CRA staff;
2. Applicant must comply with any conditions of approval required by
Development Review Services staff.
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Old August 15th, 2016, 11:07 PM   #3
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Old August 15th, 2016, 11:20 PM   #4
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I was trying to post all of that, but couldn't figure it out lol
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BTW this is an agenda for a meeting that hasn't happened yet so the project hasn't been approved yet.
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Old August 15th, 2016, 11:38 PM   #6
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BTW this is an agenda for a meeting that hasn't happened yet so the project hasn't been approved yet.
Oh yeah...oops my bad. Either way, exciting news. I don't see any reason why it would be rejected. Street level retail should get it approved right away lol.
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Is this planning to just fill the vacant space or will other buildings be planned to go?

Couldn't tell by the rendering.
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Is this planning to just fill the vacant space or will other buildings be planned to go?

Couldn't tell by the rendering.
Just fill vacant space. Currently a temporary parking lot.
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Old August 16th, 2016, 04:37 PM   #9
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Good article on it.

http://www.ilovetheburg.com/article/...District-/5194

It is a shame that they can't get the other buildings, but man I love infill development anywhere. Keep on filling in the missing pieces on central.
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P.S. They already did site testing a month or so ago.
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Some more info released about this project by St. Pete Rising. Breaking ground October 1st.

Link: http://stpeterising.com/home/2016/8/...-edge-district
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Some more info released about this project by St. Pete Rising. Breaking ground October 1st.

Link: http://stpeterising.com/home/2016/8/...-edge-district
Right now in that area of the EDGE District the retail/restaurants are mainly on the north side of the street. It'll be great when both sides are activated. So much potential in that area!
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Old September 1st, 2016, 05:56 PM   #14
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So excited for this project. It isn't huge, but infill is always awesome.
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It will be cool when local developers realize that mixed-use projects can include office space too.
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It will be cool when local developers realize that mixed-use projects can include office space too.
Speaking from that side, it is hard enough for apartment developers to do retail so doing retail and office is also difficult. I know it seems surprising, but mixed use is actually hard to pull off.

Some live/work units would be interesting in this area though. Lots of little shops and boutiques and artists.
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I'm not surprised by any of it. A lot of the projects I worked on in the 2000s were urban mixed-use that couldn't get financed.
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If this one is being structured the way I think it is (wood frame above concrete podium), it's mildly exciting, simply because we have virtually none of that popular and cost effective construction technique around here.
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Old October 3rd, 2016, 04:38 PM   #20
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If this one is being structured the way I think it is (wood frame above concrete podium), it's mildly exciting, simply because we have virtually none of that popular and cost effective construction technique around here.
I don't see how you fit a wrap parking deck on this site so I think you are right. Plus the retail usually indicates podium.

Fusion is also podium.
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