New $111 million mixed-use development coming to Skyway Marina District

New $111 million mixed-use development coming to Skyway Marina District

Developments abound in the Skyway Marina District. The neighborhood is home to celebrated food truck gatherings, is home to the acclaimed Eckerd College, and just became the new home of the Vintage Marche. Skanska, a global construction and development firm, has announced it will spearhead Marina Club Apartments, a 400-unit, mixed-use development in St. Petersburg, Florida. The multifamily-led project will total 610,000 square feet with first-floor retail space and is slated for completion in December 2024. 

Located near the Skyway Marina, the Marina Club Apartments is being designed by Architectonics Studio Inc. The property will feature one- and two-bedroom apartments, with spacious floor plans that span from 500 to 1,200 square feet. The project’s offerings include a 290,000-square foot, two-story parking garage. Residents will enjoy a myriad of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces, including a sky lounge, expansive pool deck with a grilling area, state-of-the-art fitness center, and dog park. 


Marina Club Apartments arriving in December 2024

“The rise of mixed-use developments has gained a foothold over the last decade as demand for communities with live-work-play environments has grown,” said Michael C. Brown, executive vice president and general manager of Skanska Florida. “As a builder active in St. Petersburg for decades, our team is thrilled to bring to life Marina Club Apartments, which will set a new standard for multifamily development in the area and further enhance the waterfront community.”

With a long-term commitment to St. Petersburg and the broader Tampa Bay region, Skanska has built projects such as the award-winning St. Petersburg Municipal Pier and Pier Approach, the recently completed University of South Florida (USF) Research Park Mixed Use Lab and Office project and is spearheading the campus replacement at the Dorothy Thomas Exceptional Center in Tampa.

Currently, the company is building more than a dozen construction projects across Florida, including the University of Miami’s Frost Institute of Chemistry and Molecular Science, Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute in downtown Orlando and the construction of the 26-acre waterfront park Imagine Clearwater. 

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