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Real Estate

St. Petersburg is experiencing a tremendous increase in investment and new development in the area of real estate. From the renaissance of downtown, to steady property value growth experienced in the neighborhoods, to business expansions in areas such as St. Petersburg's Gateway/Carillon area, the city offers a dynamic real estate market.

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Requests for Proposal / Solicitations

Requests for Proposal (RFP), Notices of Intent (NOI), and/or Solicitations of Interest (SOI) for business engagement, published by the Real Estate and Property Management Department:

  1. Notice of Intent to sell City-owned Real Estate in the South St. Petersburg CRA

Closed - RFP / Solicitations

Properties For Sale

The City from time to time receives real property from Pinellas County by forfeiture for property taxes (escheat) that the City identifies as surplus real estate. Most of these properties are residential lots that are available for sale to the general public for market value.

Because of the manner in which the City receives these properties, they may require additional legal action to clear any problems with the title. The City makes no warranties as to marketable title. All offers must be in writing, specify cash at closing without any contingencies, state the proposed use of the property and the purchase amount.

For a list of available City-owned surplus lots

Additional information is available by calling Diane Bozich, Real Estate Specialist, 727-893-7185 or by email to Diane.Bozich@stpete.org

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