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Places This Week: Downtown St. Pete church listed

Veronica Brezina



An overhead view of the property. Photo: KW Commercial.

A weekly roundup of local real estate deals.


Euclid Mansion is now on the market 

The church at 919 10th Ave. N., referred to as the Euclid Mansion, is now up for grabs with an asking price of $1.2 million. 

The nearly 13,000-square-foot, three-story brick church is in the Historic Uptown/Euclid Saint Paul neighborhood. It sits at the Martin Luther King Jr. Street and 10th Avenue corridor and serves as a buffer property to the coveted neighborhood to the west, according to KW Commercial’s listing of the property. 

Inside the Euclid Mansion at 919 10th Ave. N. Photo provided by KW Commercial.

The site consists of one contiguous o.3-acre parcel and is adjacent to the Euclid School House property at 1090 10th St. N., which was recently purchased and redeveloped into 16 multifamily apartment units.

The parcel is currently zoned for neighborhood traditional (NT-2) and can be converted to a multifamily use, but is abutted to the east and south by corridor commercial traditional (CCT-1) uses.  


Clearwater apartments are scooped up in $66.9 million deal

Starwood Capital Group has purchased The Sands at Clearwater apartment complex in a $66.9 million deal. 

Starwood Capital, a Miami-based investment firm, also took out a roughly $14.36 million mortgage loan from Walker and Dunlop LLC to purchase the residential complex at 2168 Druid Road. 

The Sands at Clearwater Apartments. GoogleMaps.

A Starwood Capital spokesperson said the group does not have information to share at this time about the plans for the property. 

The complex has one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 644 square feet to 1,305 square feet. 

The units are outfitted with modern interiors and the amenities include a saltwater pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a dog park, detached garages and more. 


Goodyear Property in downtown St. Pete is on the market 

The industrial Goodyear property in downtown is on the market. 

Barkett Realty has listed the five parcels at 1900-1922 Central Ave. and 1957 1st Ave. S., which have a total of 28,500 square feet, with four of the parcels on Central Avenue. 

The Goodyear property at 1900-1922 Central Ave. and 1957 1st Ave. S. Image provided by Barkett Realty.

The fifth parcel is 5,000 square feet and is on 1st Avenue South and 20th Street on a corner lot.

“Each of the parcels are improved and awaiting a new vision from a new owner,” the Barkett group wrote. 

The price was not disclosed, but the listing said they are accepting offers. 

Barkett Realty is also the listing agent for the iconic Munch’s diner, a popular South St. Petersburg restaurant that’s listed for sale at 3920 6th St. S. in Coquina Key. 


Uptown Snoballs is closing 4th Street location 

Shaved-ice restaurant Uptown Snoballs on 4th Street will close its doors this month. 

“As summer winds down and the snoballs are at their peak season of sweetness, Uptown Snoballs has decided to close its sole location,” a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page read. 

Uptown Snoballs. Facebook image.

While the 4th Street location will be closing on Aug. 27, the owners may find a new space. 

“Consider this a pause as we contemplate our next move. Stay tuned,” the post continued. 


Tangerine Plaza RFP deadline approaches 

The City of St. Petersburg is accepting new proposals for the redevelopment of Tangerine Plaza, at 1794 22nd St. S., which once housed a Sweetbay supermarket and a Walmart Neighborhood Market.  

The Sugar Hill Group submitted a proposal to build 115 affordable family housing units and 10,000 square feet of commercial or retail space. The group is proposing to enter a 75-year ground lease with the city. Payment for the ground lease would be $1.5 million in the form of a capitalized lease payment.

New alternative proposals from developers wanting to undertake the lease, purchase or development of the site, must be submitted to the city by 10 a.m. Aug. 17.

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    Cynthia Adams

    August 13, 2022at6:45 pm

    Tangerine plaza area I pray the black people in that area get a chance to experience decent housing and not get pushed out the area

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