Urban Districts

Discover eight unique districts where arts, boutiques, bodegas and breweries make for great neighbors.

Warehouse Arts District

Once the location of warehouses and light manufacturing, this district has undergone a resurgence for artists needing space for large art pieces and an expanded creative process.

Deuces Live District (emerging)

Adjacent to the Warehouse Arts District, this district embraces the city’s rich African American heritage with a mix of locally-owned service and specialty businesses, including art galleries and restaurants.

Edge District

Adjacent to the Warehouse Arts District, this district embraces the city’s rich African American heritage with a mix of locally-owned service and specialty businesses, including art galleries and restaurants.

Waterfront Museum District

This district features some of St. Petersburg’s most fashionable dining and shopping destinations as well as independent galleries and museums.

Grand Central District

Located just west of downtown from 16th to 31st Streets and between First Avenues North and South. This District houses a unique blend of galleries, antique stores, specialty retail, as well as Florida’s largest new and used bookstore, Haslam’s.

Central Arts District

Independent artists, studios and galleries come together in a blend of urban development and historic buildings, giving this district a unique feel.

M.L. King North District (Emerging)

From 5th Ave. N. to 34th Ave. N, this growing district boasts a variety of locally-owned retail, small businesses and galleries.

Innovation District

A high-quality atmosphere adjacent to a culturally-rich internationally renowned downtown area. Easily accessible by care or air and minutes from beautiful beaches, outstanding art and professional sports.

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