Tropicana Field Site

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Tropicana Site RedevelopmenT

Project Overview

Spanning 86 acres nestled in the middle of St. Pete, with one of the most vibrant and walkable communities in the nation, the Trop Site (currently formally known as Tropicana Field) represents an opportunity unlike any other in the Southeast. 

Tropicana Field Conceptual Master Plan

The City of St. Petersburg and HKS Architects developed two conceptual master plans for the redevelopment of the 86-acre Tropicana Field Site, one including a baseball stadium and one without, referred to as Scenario One and Scenario Two. The importance of this site to the future of St. Petersburg can't be over-emphasized. It is a once-in-a-generation chance to create new opportunities for growth, economic development, and an enhanced community!

Project Timeline

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Trop Redevelopment Timeline 01

Development Partner Selection

The below four shortlisted firms best represented the criteria contained within the RFP, which represented years of community feedback, ideas, and input. The four firms have a proven track record of executing large, mixed-use developments and will have an opportunity to showcase their vision for the site in the months ahead.

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Public Input Opportunities

Public Comment

There are currently three ways for residents to provide input regarding the proposals leading up to the final development partner being selected:

Watch a recording of a public meeting. While the live Q&A dates have passed, residents can still submit their feedback in the comment form below.

Visit a showroom. As of April 21, there are eight immersive showrooms located throughout the city that are equipped with executive summaries of the proposals, an overview video, renderings, and the ability to leave your input.

  • North Library: 861 70th Ave. N.
  • Mirror Lake Library: 280 5th St. N.
  • JW Cate Rec Center: 5801 22nd Ave. N.
  • Enoch Davis Rec Center: 1111 18th Ave. S.
  • Thomas Jet Jackson Rec Center: 1000 28th St. S.
  • South Community Library: 2300 Roy Hanna Dr. S.
  • Gladden Park Rec Center: 3901 30th Ave. N.
  • Campbell Park Rec Center: 601 14th St. S.

Submit a comment online. The below form is available for those who would like to submit their thoughts to the Economic Development team.

Submit a Public Comment

Community feedback will be collected until the final ribbon is cut on the Tropicana Field redevelopment. Input collected during this shortlist period will be provided to Mayor Rick Kriseman to inform a final development partner selection later this year

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