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Economic Development

St. Petersburg - "The Sunshine City"

St. Petersburg is the 5th largest city in Florida, home to over 250,000 residents and part of a 2.9 million person MSA. St. Petersburg combines the amenities and variety that any large city has to offer, while providing a small-town neighborhood feel in an affordable setting. St. Petersburg has become one of the brightest spots in the Southeast, not only as a headquarters for new businesses, but as a home for a growing, talented workforce. The city also has a superb transportation, telecommunication, and utility infrastructure all designed to support business growth and workforce commutes.

Save the Date! The 2016 State of St. Petersburg Economy Presentation will take place December 5, 2016 at 3:00 to 5:00 pm, with a social to follow, at the USFSP Student Center. A video of last year's presentation can be found here.

*2016 Development Update coming soon* Learn about recent development projects: 2015 Development Update


Overview

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City Population
256,681 (5th largest city in Florida)

Median City Age
42.1 years

Metro Area Population
2,934,941

Average Household Income 
$64,335

Source: 2014 ACS 5-year estimates; 2015 BEBR  
Average Home Purchase Price

$200,000 (single family home)
$132,000 (condominium)

   

Source: Pinellas Realtor Organization; Pinellas County - Market Analysis March 2016

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