Height: 371 ft
Groundbreaking: 2005 (projected)
Completion: 2007 (projected)
Location: Downtown St. Petersburg
Originally proposed by developer Grady Pridgen in early 2004, the Bayway Lofts were supposed to be 510 feet high with 42 floors. After battles with the city over height issues, the project was scaled down to a more manageable 371 feet in July of 2004. The project will feature retail at ground level, and a rooftop restaurant, but is primarily residential. Prices for units are set to range from between $200,000 and $500,000 - lower than other high rise residential projects in downtown St. Petersburg. A parking garage will fill the lowest levels of the project, located at Third Avenue N and Second Street.
That really sucks the thing about height issues i never knew St.Petersburg had height restrictions its sad to think we could of had a tower as tall as something in Tampa like i said before St.Petersburgs skyline is really behind
EDIT:Wow it turns out that stupid airport is the reason why there cant be tall buildings in downtown St.Pete oh well