Great Places and Spaces: Skyway Village (RENDERINGS)

Plans were filed with the city of St. Petersburg for a new, mixed-use development in St. Petersburg’s Skyway Marina District. 

The new project, which is being referred to as Skyway Village, is being planned for 3102 34th St. S., at the site of the Ceridian office park. 

Plans for Skyway Village include apartments and retail, including a grocery store. 

Altis Cardinal Skyline 2, an entity of Coral Gables-based Altis Cardinal, is the developer on the project. WDG Architecture designed the preliminary plans for the project and Stantec is the civil engineering firm.

Altis originally acquired the property, in 2021, for $40 million. The Skyway Village project will go before a review commission in July.

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