From brick streets and quaint bungalows to urban rooftop gardens, St. Pete offers a vibe — and price range — for everyone. Several historic neighborhoods surround downtown St. Pete.
Old Northeast and Old Southeast are walking distance to downtown and the waterfront. Snell Isle, Venetian Isles, Tanglewood, Shore Acres and Crisp Park, are some of St. Pete’s family-friendly waterfront communities. To the south of downtown, you’ll find waterfront neighborhoods and a quick highway drive south takes you to Gulf/beach neighborhoods of Tierra Verde, Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.
Historic Old Northeast
One of the most desired neighborhoods in St. Pete, Historic Old Northeast's brick streets are just minutes from the heart of downtown. Think large banyan trees, charming architecture, little free libraries, craft coffee shops and proximity to a peaceful waterfront.
Just minutes from downtown, Crescent Lake's 54 acres offers endless green space, including a historic baseball field (ever hear of Babe Ruth?), tennis courts, a double dog park, and playgrounds, plus a mile long sidewalk around the perimeter – perfect for roller bladers, joggers and families.
Known for it's unique "pink streets," Pinellas Point is located at the Southernmost tip of Pinellas County, bordered by Tampa Bay on the south and east. The nearby Skyway Marina Bridge, Fort de Soto state park, and some of the world's best beaches, create a perfect setting to enjoy the outdoors.
To learn more about neighborhoods in St. Pete, visit the City of St. Petersburg's featured Neighborhoods Page: http://www.stpete.org/neighborhoods/neighborhood_profiles.php