Welcome to the city of St. Petersburg, Economic Development's Graphical Information System(GIS) service. Here is where you will find valuable maps about:
- Google GIS Map
- Blue Chip sites - Prime real estate for developers and investors
- Resturant and Hotel Locations
- Downtown Interactive of the Central Business District
Blue Chip is a city-developed online service that highlights 14 prime sites, currently listed for sale by real estate brokerage services, totaling nearly 364 acres with an approximate investment value of $62 million.
Blue Chip allows viewers to select prime sites for display by either land acreage or zoning designation. Blue Chip prime sites must meet specific criteria, including: one or more acres in size (one acre minimum downtown, two acre minimum citywide); zone Commercial/ Multi-Family Use; located within a defined Business District/ Business Activity Corridor; and actively marketed for sale.
This customized map provides an in-depth and interactive view of the city of St. Petersburg Central Business District (CBD) downtown development projects. It plots developments spanning from the 1980's well into proposed future developments. Each project development is color-coded by category type, which include: USF-St. Petersburg Campus, Retail, Residential, Office, Mixed Use, Medical, Culture and Entertainment for ease of distinction.
Begin exploring the CBD of downtown development projects in our printable map.
The city is known for its varied restaurant dining offerings and its cultural and entertainment vibe which attracts visitors for a day trip or longer excursions. Whichever is your pleasure, we have created a Restaurant and Hotel locations Google Map with contact information to service your needs.
We are pleased to have well over 400 restaurants throughout the city's landscape from national chains to local dining and food and spirits establishments on the map for selection to learn more about. In addition, the city has accommodations to fit any visitor's budget from bed and breakfast to local and national chain brands.
The Restaurant and Hotel map locations are color-coded and plotted on a Google Map. Get Started
The city of St. Petersburg is the fourth largest city in Florida and part of the second largest MSA region in the Southeastern U.S. With its continued growth, the economic development division had culminated an informational map to aid in learning about development opportunities throughout the city.
The Economic Development department provides insights and statistics to its: Downtown Retail Trade area, defined Business Districts and Commercial Corridors, Retail Footprint, Incentive Boundaries, state designated Main Streets, Zoning landscape, and Potential Redevelopment Sites.