It’s not hard to believe that the New York Times named St. Petersburg, Florida one of 52 Places to Go in 2014. The city of St. Petersburg is something truly special—it has every amenity you can imagine, still with a quaint sense of community and fantastically Floridian appeal. St. Petersburg takes up much of the southeastern half of the Pinellas Peninsula and is the largest city in the area with a population of 248,232 (4th largest city in Florida) making it the most diverse of all Pinellas real estate and also one of the most popular places to live. The city has 10 marine institutes making it the largest oceanographic research center in the southeast. Bridges cross the bay to Tampa and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge links the peninsula to Bradenton. Downtown St. Petersburg is the city’s heart, complete with shops, restaurants, bars and attractions. The Dalí Museum is a must see! When the sun goes down in St. Pete, the real fun starts. Central Avenue is home to numerous clubs and bars. Beach Drive is a hotspot for cocktails overlooking the marina, and for live music in a small and intimate setting, Jannus Live is a top choice with a constant lineup of touring bands.
Here is a few of the most expensive homes currently available.
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