NEA Grant – Art Explosion on the Deuces!
The Deuces Live is honored to be a 2020 recipient of an “Our Town” grant through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Learn more.
In an effort to address national and local attention on the role of law enforcement responding to noncriminal situations, St. Petersburg Police Department has partnered with Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services in establishing the Community Assistance & Life Liaison Program.
The Tangerine Plaza Development Request For Proposals has been extended to no later than 10 A.M. April 22, 2020. Click City of St. Pete to be redirected for updates.
Responses to the Trop Site RFP are now available online at stpete.org/trop. A public comment is also available for those who would like to submit their thoughts to the Economic Development team.
The Callaloo Restaurant has been granted a lease extension at the formerly known Manhattan Casino. Click to Re-Imagine the Historic Manhattan Casino.
The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum will have a new 22nd Street location on 5.3 acres of land in Commerce Park. Click “Deuces Rising” to learn more about the vision.
For years, St. Petersburg Commerce Park LLC has had the right to build atop the land and promised jobs but nothing has materialized. St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday agreed to sell a portion of the 13-acre lot for a market value of $1.025 million to St. Petersburg Commerce Park LLC. Read more
Place Projects is proposing a new zoning Industrial Mixed-Use classification on the 22nd Street South corridor. Click I-Mix to learn more about the project.