<a href="https://stpeterising.com/home/2022/11/14/9-unit-townhome-community-canopy-oaks-breaks-ground-in-st-petes-euclid-st-paul">9-unit townhome community Canopy Oaks breaks ground in St. Pete’s Euclid St. Paul</a>
Vertical construction has begun on a new housing development in St. Petersburg’s Euclid St. Paul neighborhood. Click here for full story at St. Pete Rising.
Construction has commenced on Canopy Oaks, a new residential community in Euclid St. Paul, just minutes north of downtown. St. Petersburg-based Backstreets Capital and Canopy Builders are developing the project that will feature six luxury townhomes, two villas and a single-family residence. Read full article HERE.
President, Will Conroy, highlights the continued strength and demand of the local residential housing market in the latest issue of the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Read full story at Tampa Bay Business Journal HERE
The historic two-story home that operated as the Watergarden Inn from 2012 until last year was successfully relocated. The home, designated as a local historic landmark, moved approximately three quarters of a mile from 4th Ave. N. in downtown St. Petersburg to the Historic Round Lake area. Construction on The Nolen, the newest boutique condominium in downtown St. Petersburg, […]
Orange Station on the Edge, a sprawling mixed-use development under construction on the site of the former St. Petersburg Police headquarters, is receiving $3 million from Pinellas County to create office space. Full story here.
St. Petersburg-based Backstreets Capital has purchased the Open Bible Church campus in Northeast St. Petersburg with plans to demolish the existing structures and build single-family homes. Full story.
Five months after demolition commenced, the former St. Pete Police Department headquarters is now completely razed paving the way for a new mixed-use project in downtown St. Pete – Orange Station at the EDGE. Read story.
Backstreets Capital Chairman Craig Sher moderated the highly anticipated Society of Real Estate Professionals (SOREP) Meeting of the Minds event last month. Sher and the panelists discussed how deals are accomplished in today’s landscape and how to be well positioned for future cycles in the Florida real estate market. Craig’s participation in the event was heralded […]
With the swing of an excavator’s arm, the demolition of the old St. Petersburg Police Department headquarters is officially underway. The site will be transformed into the new mix-use project called Orange Station at the EDGE. Full story here.
Developers turning the site of the old St. Petersburg Police headquarters into a mixed-use project have revised their plans, in part because of Covid-19. Edge Central Development Partners now plans to build less office space and more workforce housing and could add a hotel into the mix. The St. Petersburg City Council voted unanimously Thursday […]