Grand Opening Townhomes in St. Pete

This week marked the Grand Opening of Towns at Union and Towns at Kenwood a Central Living by David Weekley Homes development. Featuring two brand new communities near the heart of St. Petersburg, FL these townhomes offer affordability, craftmanship, and chic living within close proximity to the best beaches, restaurants, shopping and nightlife St. Pete has to offer. 

With over 80 units between the two communities, variable option floorplan featuring 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 car garage with spacious balconies and approximately 1900 sqft living space with 10ft ceilings and premium finishes, you will love every square inch of your new St. Pete townhome.

Maintenance free living with low HOA right around $300/mo and no CDD (2024)! All interiors have been curated by an interior designer and outfit with state of the art air filtration system. A/C 3-degree variance. Here are some additional features to fall in love with:

  • Luxury, Award Winning, National Builder
  • Smart Features Throughout
  • Energy Efficiency
  • 1-2-10 Year Warranty
  • Gas Appliances
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • Super Showers!
  • Tight Envelope 2x6 vs 2x4 Low E, Hurricane rated windows 

Furthermore, David Weekley Homes is one of the largest privaty companies, committed to exceptional experience, excellence and customer delight. Founded in 1976 in Houston, TX and building superior homes in Florida since the early 2000s! DWH has been featured in Fortune Magazine 17 times and the first homebuilder in history to win "National Builder of the Year", "The National Housing Quality Award", and "America's Best Builder" culminating in what many refer to as "The Triple Crown of American Home Building".  

If you're looking for investment opportunities, it doesn't get much sweeter than this! New construction in an amazing location with more redevelopment than one can shake a stick at.

Speaking of development, you'll want to read up on what Hines and Rays partnership have recently revealed. Hines– one of the largest privately held real estate developers, investors and managers in the world, operating in 30 countries and with a 66-year track record (39 years in Florida) spanning 1,555 properties and $94.6 billion in assets under management– and the Tampa Bay Rays have partnered to present an extensive project proposal to the St. Petersburg Community Benefits Advisory Council. I can say, they definitely have an epic vision for the development of the Historic Gas Plant District and not only involving but recognizing decendents of the Gas Plant neighborhood is a touch of class.

This development would be massive for the community, in more ways than one. Essentially converting Tropicana Stadium into a smart city and bringing a fan experience second to none. But don't take my word for it, you can read more on MLBs website for yourself.

If you want more information on these two beautiful communities, the latest Hot Sheets, or top homes for sale in St. Pete, shoot me an email and let me know how I can help. I can also send you the community benefits impact report for the historic gas plant district development backed by Hines and the Tampa Bay Rays aka The Hines Historic Gas Plant Partnership! I believce this project will provided a massive boost to the local economy and boost property values throughout the St. Pete real estate market. Making it a great time to buy or invest in St. Pete real estate. 

To learn more about DWH and these two brand new communities, check the listings linked at the bottom of this page. When you're ready, let me know and we can schedule a time to tour the model home and check out both locations. You can reach me direct via text at 727.295.2887 or call anytime.

If you decide to go on your own, please ask for Inna Sych, David Weekley Homes sales consultant for both communities and let her know Ryan Hurry at Team Borham with eXp Realty sent you over!

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