St. Petersburg Office Space

300 1st Ave S Space
Downtown St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL
# SunTrust Office Building ## Green Today for a Better Tomorrow. At SunTrust Building, we are committed to doing our best to be a positive impact on our environment because we believe that a green today leads to a better tomorrow.  In Florida's first "Green City", is there any other option? #### Our Story Our story starts not unlike most business stories, in search of cutting costs and making money.  In 2010, our very own Scott Gramling, CEO of Wallace, Welch, and Willingham, set out to find a solution to the energy costs in the building.  Eventually, Scott decided on a solution that reduced energy costs through a combination of technologies including a solar electric system, improved ventilation, and tinted window film.   Our story may have started in search of cost-savings, but something happened along the way.  We realized that although the cost-savings are nice, that the true reward was knowing that our actions have a true impact on our tomorrow.  That's why we haven't stopped there - we've changed the way we do everything from energy consumption to janitorial solutions. #### Green Amenities - 50-kilowatt solar electric system with solar panels - Upgraded lighting with LED lights - Ventilation and HVAC improvements - Eco-friendly cleaning and waste management solutions - Low-flow water conservation fixtures - Recycling programs - Minimal building operating costs   * * * #### Building Details Our commitment to sustainable energy enables us to offer the most competitive rates among Class A office buildings in the St. Petersburg CBD.  SunTrust Building tenants enjoy world-class amenities and a personally invested on-site ownership. #### World Class Amenities - Attached parking garage with 1.5/1,000 parking ratio - On-site ownership - 24/7 passcard system access and building security - Urban core location within walking distance to numerous restaurants, hotels, and retail services - Less than one-hour drive time to three different international airports
2522 22nd Ave N Space
North Kenwood, St. Petersburg, FL
# Mainstream Plaza ### Why Mainstream Plaza? - Excellent exposure and visibility - Class A, 4 Star Retail - Convenient parking lots Mainstream Plaza offers some of the best retail space options for smaller space users along 22nd Ave. N.  The plaza's nearly 1/4 mile frontage along 22nd Ave. N. and pylon signage at two different lighted intersections provides retail tenants with exceptional exposure and visibility to tens of thousands of potential customers daily.   The plaza consists of two, Class A, 4 Star buildings including the east building located at the corner of 26th St. N. and the west building at the corner of 28th St. N.  Both buildings provide an inviting setting that attracts and retains retail customers with convenient parking lots, beautiful landscaping, and a central courtyard. ### Why 22nd Avenue North? - High retail traffic - Convenient location between US 19 and I-275 - Excellent retail environment The 22nd Avenue North corridor of St. Petersburg is home to some of the area’s most established home improvement retailers.  Popularly referred to as Home Improvement Row, 22nd Avenue North brings in well over $100 million in consumer spending every year.  In addition to the traffic generated by the home improvement sector, 22nd Avenue North also gains a steady flow of traffic by connecting I-275 via ramp access to US Highway 19.  A projected 2.5% increase in the median household income from 2016 to 2021 coupled with the above mentioned factors make the 22nd Avenue North Corridor one of St. Petersburg’s best up and coming retail destinations. ### Who is Mainstream Plaza Best Suited For? - Specialty markets - Pet spas, daycares, groomers - Pet supply stores - Apparel - Specialized home improvement - Restaurants - Medical retail outlets - Furniture stores Market intelligence suggests that supply and demand is favorable for the addition of specialty markets, pet care, pet supply stores, and apparel.  Our own research and understanding of the market for this area advocates that specialized home improvement, restaurants, medical retail outlets, or furniture stores may also fair exceptionally well for the area.  Of course, due to the favorable retail environment of the area, other retailers not listed may find success at this location as well. Features - Excellent Visibility - 78,000 Daily traffic count and pylon signage available - Destination retail location - In close proximity to Lowe's and Home Depot as well as other specialty home improvement retailers - Fast-growing retail area - Recent constructions include Wawa and Dunkin' Donuts, 2.0% population growth - Inviting property - beautiful courtyard and lush landscaping - Ample parking for customers - 120 parking spaces, 5.45/1,000 SF parking ratio

St. Petersburg

Office Space Market Report

Number of Listings (last 90 days)
74
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$26
Median Size (sqft)
2,650
As of: February 18, 2017

St. Petersburg Rates

The typical asking rate per listing is in the $20's per square foot per year. The St. Petersburg region is experiencing a a rise in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate rose $1 per sqft per year. That's a 5% increase in rent.

St. Petersburg Listing Supply

In the last 90 days, 74 listings have come on the market, so you'll want to check back regularly for new listings. About 1% of the office spaces in the St. Petersburg are subleases, so you will probably need to sign a longer term lease with the landlord directly. There aren't many listings below 2,000 square feet available, so finding a space for a small business might be tough.

Even though the median size is 2,650 sqft, there are still 0 listings below 2,000 sqft. Most properties in this area are close to 2 floors. Most buildings in this market were built in 1950 and are Class B.

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