Real Estate Opportunities
An Opportunity to Shine
St. Pete’s real estate market is alive with opportunities. Booming downtown development, valuable neighborhood growth, and business expansions throughout Pinellas County make it easy for those who want to buy and build in St. Pete.
Requests for Proposal or Solicitations
Requests for Proposal (FPS), Notices of Intent (NO I), and/or Solicitations of Interest (SO I) for business engagement, published by the Real Estate and Property Management Department:
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LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISPOSE OF CITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE POSTED 2/1/2021 (835 WEST HARBOR DR. S. )
LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISPOSE OF CITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE (1120 16TH ST. S.)
TROPICANA FIELD SITE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Additional Responses Collected
LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEASE OR SELL CITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE (ST. PETERSBURG COMMERCE PARK PARCEL 1)
LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO SELL CITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE (1 4TH ST. N.)
Responses To Additional Questions For The MSC Request For Proposal
City Responses to MSC Questions From Proposers
LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEASE CITY-OWNED REAL ESTATE (500 1ST AVE SE.)
1300 1ST AVE. N. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
TANGERINE PLAZA REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Responses to Tangerine Plaza Request for Proposal
Occasionally the City 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 visit the Affordable Housing Lot Disposition Program page.
For additional information, call 727-893-7500.