Townhomes still booming in downtown St. Petersburg

The townhouse boom in downtown St. Petersburg continues, as two more projects are announced.

Urban Village Townhomes

Situated at 2462 First Avenue N., Urban Village Townhomes, gives homeowners the unique opportunity to purchase new construction in the historic Kenwood neighborhood. With 10 units, each two bedroom, two and half-bath, the two-story townhomes offer over 1,300-square feet of living space.

“The best amenity Urban Village has to offer is its location,” says Bill Andrasco, of ODC Construction, which is building the community. “It’s footsteps from Central Avenue, where you can walk to restaurants and bars, but it’s also located in the warehouse arts district, which is also great.

Andrasco goes on to say that local developer Leah Campen, who is the designer on the project is taking into account the neighborhood in her design.

“The design of the townhomes is inspired by the Kenwood neighborhood, so it really compliments the community.”

Homes are anticipated to be completed fall 2016, and will be for sale in the upper $200,000s. Units are available for pre-sale.

 801 Conway

This 35-unit townhome community will be located at the corner of Burlington and 8th Street North.  Five floor plans are available with the average square footage around 1,500. Two and three bedroom options are available in this community, which is expected to sell in the upper $200,000s.

The townhomes will have a modern look as developed by Aspen VG, the same company behind 3405 Swann in Tampa and Villas of Deleon in St. Petersburg, among other local projects. Aspen VG is working in collaboration with Mesh Architecture.

Construction is expected to be completed by summer 2017; however units are available for sale now. For more information, visit the community’s website

Read more articles by Kimberly Patterson.

Kimberly Patterson is a news editor for 83 Degrees Media in the Tampa Bay region of Florida.
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