Today is the last day you can vote on the design of the new St. Pete pier.
One of Tampa Bay’s best-known landmarks and tourist attractions is getting a makeover and you can have a say in the new look. The St. Petersburg Pier, locally called The Pier, extends into Tampa Bay from downtown St. Petersburg. The Pier that first opened in 1973 features a five-story inverted pyramid-shaped building that has been home to various restaurants, shops, galleries, and even a cool aquarium. The Pier was closed to the public in mid-2013 with plans to demolish and rebuild. The initial design concept called The Lens was rejected by a voter referendum, so architects went back to the drawing board.
The public has been invited to weigh in on their favorite new St. Pete Pier. Many varying proposals were submitted all of which included great dining and shopping options. 10 News Tampa Bay had a great write up today on all 7 of the finalists. Here is a look at the new ideas:
At Domain Homes we have a favorite. Do you? We are excited about the rebuilding project and the revitalization that is already underway around the downtown St. Petersburg area. Domain Homes is the urban infill new home builder that is leading the way in the residential arena. We are currently in permitting to build eight new homes in St. Petersburg in the Euclid-St. Paul neighborhood. We also have some available homesites in the historic Kenwood neighborhood. These homes are just a short distance from the Pier and the Sundial, downtown St. Pete’s shopping, dining and entertainment hotspot. For more info on all our new homes in Tampa Bay, visit DomainHomes.com or call (813) 413-4154 to hear the latest from one of our new homes specialists.
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