Photo courtesy of the St. Petersburg Times.
Having completely sold out Park Shore Plaza on Beach Drive, right on beautiful downtown St. Petersburg’s waterfront, Opus South recently decided, and announced, plans for another luxury waterfront condo highrise project. Opus South will call this project 400 Beach Drive. Here’s a snippet about 400 Beach Drive from the St. Petersburg Times:
At 29 stories, the project, called 400 Beach Drive, would be only 25 feet short of the Bank of America tower, the city’s tallest building.
The most expensive condo would have 7,000 square feet and would cost $4-million – a half-million more than the penthouse being built in a tower still under construction next door.
The new project would have 92 residential units with a ring of stores at ground level on Beach Drive and Fourth Avenue NE.
The smallest units would be about 2,400 square feet – the size of a typical American home – with prices starting in the $700,000s.
With Trump Tower Tampa having sold all 190 of its condo units in only four days, this particular condo will sell out, without a doubt, prior to its completion.