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    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum

    Salvador Dali Museum

    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL

    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum are located in a lively area continues to grow and it's no wonder why it has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the greater Tampa Bay area. St Petersburg is filled with art museums, such as the Salvador Dali Museum, Chihuly exhibit, and Holocaust Museum. Additionally, these apartments are just moments away from Pass-a-Grille beach, St. Pete beach, and Fort de Soto, which will make you feel like you're on a prolonged vacation. It is this unique blend of culture and natural attractions that draw in residents and tourists.

    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum: Lease Types

    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum offer a wide array of variety in just about every aspect. From amenities, sizes, pet policy, and leases. St. Petersburg truly is a melting pot, especially when it comes to choosing where you want to live. Throughout the area apartments you can find just about every apartment lease type: periodic leases, fixed-term leases, and individual leases. Fixed-term leases are a good choice for those who plan on staying in a particular apartment for a lengthy period. Periodic leases are usually a good choice for those who aren't too sure about their living situation and don't plan to be in one place for very long. Another option is a short term lease, which can vary from 6 to nine months. Individual leases allow you to live with roommates, but have a singular lease for yourself.

    Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum: Features and Amenities

    Many apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum continuously upgrade their apartment units so their residents always have top of the line homes. Included in this are modern kitchens with islands, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. Another amenity that is often available is a washer and dryer. This amenity may not be luxurious, but it is certainly convenient! The luxury extends from the homes and into the community. St. Petersburg apartments provide their residents with state of the art 24 hours access fitness centers, resort style pools, spas, outdoor kitchens, and private cabanas. Living in an apartment near the Salvador Dali museum means living in the lap of luxury!

    More about Apartments near the Salvador Dali Museum

    St. Petersburg is one of the most interesting places to live in the greater Tampa Bay area because of the cultural attractions that call St. Petersburg home. One of the more notable museums in the cultural center is the Salvador Dali Museum. However, this is not the only venue to enjoy art. There are countless small, local galleries that line the downtown area. Music is always a theme is St. Petersburg. The State Theater and Jannis Live are two venues that are always rotating big name and local musicians. Speaking of locals, this area boasts weekly farmer's markets and the Indie Market, which is seasonal. If you want to head into tampa, one can hop on the Gandy Bridge or Howard Frankland Bridge and be in Downtown Tampa in a flash. Culture and convenience are at your finger tips when you live in an apartment near the Savador Dali Museum.

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