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Summit Completes St. Petersburg Florida Adaptive Reuse Project

The Southeast office of general contractor Summit Design + Build, recently completed the adaptive reuse of an existing two-story commercial building at 2151 Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg, located near the corner of Central Avenue and 22nd Street.

Built-in 1926, 2151 Central Avenue was originally a multifamily building. The nearly 100-year-old building received contemporary upgrades to make way for a warm shell build-out of the first floor for perspective retail or restaurant tenants and second-floor office tenants. The owner of the project, The Anderson Group, moved their headquarters into the second floor of the building. Following the selective demolition of the 6,900 SF building

The renovation of 2151 Central Avenue in dowtown St. Petersburg Florida is a great example of how to successfully complete a an adaptive reuse construction project.

The renovations at 2151 Central Avenue included:

  • New Skylights

  • A New Elevator,

  • New MEP and Life Safety Systems

  • A New, Private Second-floor Deck

  • New Second-floor Bathrooms

  • 10 Private Offices

  • Conference Rooms and a Break Room

  • All New Windows

  • All New Façade

  • A New Patio

  • New Landscaping

2151 Central Avenue Imagery