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 […]
The latest high-rise condominium project planned for downtown St. Pete is a 23-story tower named The Nolen. The Nolen will be located just one block off of Beach Drive at 126 4th Avenue Northeast and is being developed by Bowen Arnold and John Schilling at DDA Development and Backstreets Capital. The luxury condominium building is […]
Craig Sher and Will Conroy’s Backstreets Capital is a family affair that reflects the pair’s commitment to St. Petersburg
Talk to Craig Sher and Will Conroy for just a few minutes and it becomes clear that they value three things: Family, St. Petersburg and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Family first. Sher, the former CEO and Executive Chairman of Sembler Co., one of the most recognized retail developers in the Southeastern U.S., […]
Backstreets Capital, a family investment firm, has set up shop in a former law office on Mirror Lake Drive. It’s the first public-facing office for the company, co-founded in 2014 by Will Conroy and Craig Sher, and it is meant to demonstrate Backstreets’ commitment to St. Petersburg, the company said. Backstreets is part of the […]
Developers unveil Orange Station at the Edge, a mixed-use redevelopment of St. Pete’s former police HQ
Orange Station at the Edge will bring some much-needed new office space to downtown St. Petersburg. View Original Article