Station House is more than a business center. The five-story venue redefines what social interaction means in the workplace by providing a comfortable yet dynamic environment for innovation and collaboration.
It includes a first-floor restaurant and bar; co-working space for lease with flexible hours; small private office suites, event meeting rooms and a rooftop garden overlooking the heart of Downtown. The 4,000-square foot property, located between downtown St. Petersburg and the Edge District, has established itself as a mecca for the city’s entrepreneurial community. What once was a Fire Station and Train Station in 1911 now attracts new technology companies to co-work and network – all the while enjoying its stimulating atmosphere.
Station House Downtown St. Petersburg
The venue offers clients the option to book any of its many unique spaces. Depending on the task at hand, you can choose to meet co-workers at the "Do Things" rooms, a flexible area with the capacity to seat up to 20 people - or book The Classroom, situated on the main floor next to the coffee and tea bar. This communal environment strives to create a cozy yet progressive epicenter for businesses and entrepreneurs from all walks of life. The multi-faceted venue isn't just a work hard/play hard space. It also hosts holiday parties, rehearsal dinners and weddings, with packages including full-service catering and speakeasy access. Station House also offers its members PandaDoc, an all-in-one software that enhances sales workflows and provides sales leaders with the real-time progress of their documents.
Core values/mission statement
Station House is dedicated to providing a comfortable, yet dynamic environment in which our guests can interact socially or professionally, work or co-work quietly, enjoy food, drinks, and entertainment, and relax peacefully.
Steve Gianfilippo has shown an instinctive drive for business and undertaking projects in real estate, tech ventures and hospitality. His leadership has made Station House a "hidden gem" in St. Pete, and its success has inspired this entrepreneur to invest in the construction of a similar concept in Tampa's Hyde Park Village, and yet another on the 600 block of Central Avenue in St. Pete. Station House Arcade opened in 2018.