On June 8, 1888 the Orange Belt Railway pulled into a temporary depot in today’s Edge District bringing the very first settler to a patch of scrub that became downtown St. Petersburg. While that station is long gone, in recent years, the Edge District of DTSP has transformed into the City’s epicenter of cool, home to the City’s favorite independent restaurants and breweries and buildings which are canvases for local and global street artists.
Orange Station brings 100,000 s.f. of new Class A office space to downtown St. Pete, along with 56 urban condominium residences, 30 workforce apartments and 20,000 square feet of new retail space along burgeoning Central Avenue. The heart of Orange Station will be a European style plaza surrounded by lively outdoor cafés.
Work in the heart of it all, walk to St. Petersburg’s best restaurants and world class waterfront parks, shop where you live, park conveniently.
Transfer, connect, find your Edge.
Welcome to St. Pete’s New Station.