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Inside Kolter’s 42-story residential tower, Art House

Veronica Brezina



The pool deck and outside bar. All images are courtesy of Kolter Urban.

Palm Beach-based Kolter Urban, a real estate development and investment firm, has released several new renderings of Art House – giving a preview of the amenities inside the 42-story tower under development in downtown St. Petersburg. 

Art House St. Petersburg is a planned luxury condominium tower that will be built on a surface parking lot adjacent to the 200 Central office building.

A rendering of Kolter’s new condo tower at 200 Central Avenue.  

 The $140 million tower would have residential units, 6,100 square feet of commercial space and a 482-space parking garage, according to the latest plans. 

Inside a condo unit.

The group recently launched sales for the residential units, which include 244 luxury residences and three floors of penthouses (originally, the plans called for two floors of penthouses).

“At this time, we are in the reservation period. We currently have over 100 reservations that we anticipate converting to contracts in May, upon approval of the condominium documents with the state of Florida,” Brian Van Slyke, Regional President of The Kolter Group, told the St. Pete Catalyst in a statement. 

The terrace of a condo unit.

Art House’s floorplans will range from two to three bedrooms, several with a den, and be 1,380 to 2,637 square feet. There would a total of 12 penthouses on the top three floors.  

The clubhouse.

It would also be rich with amenities. A resident amenity center on the ninth level will include a resort-style pool and spa, contemporary cabanas and open gathering spaces, and a formal club room overlooking the pool terrace with a private dining room. 

The game room with an immersive simulator.

Other amenities include a co-working space called The Hub located on the lobby level, a state-of-the-art fitness center with high-tech cardio and strength training equipment, a glass-enclosed personal training and movement studio, a theater, a game room with a simulator, a covered outdoor dog park and a clubhouse with a bar. 

The theater room.

Residents will also have access to the fully-furnished guest suites that can ideally be used for out-of-town guests.  

The lobby.

The Kolter Group is working on the project with San Francisco-based SB Architects, which designed Kolter’s 41-story ONE St. Petersburg tower, the Saltaire waterfront condo development and the 18-story Ritz-Carlton Residences.

The development is expected to be completed in 2024. 

The view from the clock tower.

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    John Donovan

    April 14, 2022at7:22 pm

    Ideally, and in this case, the taller/larger buildings are built closer to downtown core, and less so away from the core. This building will be immediately adjacent to one of downtown’s original modern towers. And Art House’s footprint is in fact rather small. As always, new condo tower residents are buying their parking garage, and ground floor has retail that may add appeal to non tower residents. In addition, a 42 story building as taxable property will pay a LOT in taxes to St.Petersburg and Pinellas County, much much, much, more than the taxable value of a small parking lot it replaces. Many construction jobs will be created. This is the last project most citizens would find objectionable. It doesnt get in anyone’s way. And wealthy new residents support the local economy in many other ways. Everybody wins!

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    debra fernandez

    April 14, 2022at4:35 pm

    Please stop with the luxury condominiums! Too many threatens quality of life for everyone. Let’s not ruin this lovely city.

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    Reynolds Beth

    April 14, 2022at3:50 pm

    42? That makes me very sad!!!

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    Tom Franklin

    April 14, 2022at3:23 pm

    This totally sucks

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