May 7, 2021

Southwest Florida Roundup

Construction underway for 334 - St. Petersburg's tallest building

Art Levy | 4/28/2021

Located at 334 Second St. S., the 24-story, 220-residential building in downtown St. Petersburg will be named 334. Miami-based American Land Ventures paid $5.8 million for the site — a former garage and theater building — in 2018. The project joins two others planned nearby. Across the street on a site that had been a Masonic temple, developer Blake Whitney Thompson plans to raze the 70-year-old building and build a 20-story, 51-unit condominium.

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