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CRA's

The St. Petersburg Community Redevelopment Agency, comprised of members of St. Petersburg City Council, has established four community redevelopment areas (CRAs), adopted redevelopment plans and approved redevelopment trust funds for Intown (1982), Bayboro Harbor (1986), Intown West (1990), and South St. Petersburg (2015).

Map of Community Redevelopment Areas

South St. Petersburg

The 4,700-acre CRA is the largest in St. Petersburg and one of the largest in Florida. The CRA is comprised of Greater Childs Park, most of Midtown, more than twenty neighborhood and business associations, and two Florida Main Street Districts. Both the South St. Petersburg Redevelopment Plan and redevelopment trust fund were approved in 2015.    

Intown

The City’s second largest CRA at nearly 310 acres, the Intown Redevelopment Area encompasses downtown from the Renaissance Vinoy Hotel in the northeast to Tropicana Field in the southwest. It also includes the University Park neighborhood, the City’s waterfront park system and the commercial core of downtown along Central Avenue. The Intown Redevelopment Plan and redevelopment trust fund were established in 1982.

Intown West

The 123-acre CRA lies north and west of Tropicana Field and is bounded by I-175, I-275, Burlington Avenue North, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street. The Intown West Redevelopment Plan and redevelopment trust fund were established in 1990.

Bayboro Harbor

The 193-acre CRA lies south of the Intown Redevelopment Area, sitting roughly along Fourth Street South bounded by the Port and Airport, USF St. Petersburg, the Old Southeast Neighborhood, and the medical center complex. The Bayboro Redevelopment Plan was adopted in 1985 and the redevelopment trust fund was established in 1988. The trust fund will sunset on March 17, 2018, and any remaining tax increment revenue in the fund is required to be expended by September 30, 2021.

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