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St. Petersburg Apartments

St. Petersburg

Find St. Petersburg Apartments in Tampa Bay, FL

Searching for a St. Petersburg apartment? This 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, history and culture. Additionally, St. Petersburg 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 chronic vacation. It is this unique blend of culture and natural attractions that draw in residents and tourists.

St. Petersburg Apartments: Lease Types

Many apartments in St. Petersburg are waterfront or and offer some of the most breathtaking views of the bay and Gulf from your home. Open your windows and let the cool sea breeze fill your apartment! If you’re looking for an apartment in St Petersburg that has a more urban feel, there are plenty of downtown apartments that provide a city skyline view from your balcony! Both waterfront and downtown apartments offer a variety of lease types ranging from 3 to 13 month leases. Studios, one, two, three, and even four bedrooms apartments make it easy to accommodate anyone. In addition, corporate rentals can easily be found in both areas. The options are endless!

St. Petersburg Apartments: Features and Amenities

Many apartments in St. Petersburg 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 in St. Petersburg means living in the lap of luxury!

More about St. Petersburg Apartments

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. Their cultural center includes the Salvador Dali Museums and countless galleries that line the downtown area. Often residents enjoy chic art openings and shows. 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. Additionally, there are plenty of local pubs and restaurants that offer live music, which can be found any night of the week. St. Petersburg holds several annual festivals such as Rib Fest, which is a three day festival that features the best BBQ ribbers in the world, national touring bands playing classic, southern rock, and country hits. If ribs, rock, and country isn’t your jam, Liquid Desires may be more your cup of tea. Liquid Desires takes place in the Dali museums- you can celebrate your passion for craft beer among some of the most famous paintings in the world with samplings of a variety of craft beers and access to the brewers themselves, trendy local eateries, and dancing. Apartments in St. Petersburg are moments away from the cultural center point of the area!

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