Another new townhome development will soon pop up on Fourth Avenue North. Liv233 is a three-unit luxury living complex boasting four stories including private garages and a rooftop terrace.
There’s no word on when the building is expected to break ground or open, but floor plans are now available on the builder’s website. It shows three identical units advertised as three bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
The first floor consists of a den and laundry room as well as a full bathroom. The entryway has a full-sized porch. Homeowners and visitors can walk the stairs or take a private elevator to other floors.
The second floor will be home to a living room, dining room, kitchen and family room and a half bathroom. Graphic renderings of the space show a modern looking area with a narrow kitchen in the middle. A long counter top with space for bar stools centers the floor.
The master bedroom and second bedroom are on the third floor. Renderings show a 12.5-foot by nearly 18-foot master bedroom with a walk-in closet and large bathroom with his and hers sinks. The only access to the bathroom is through the walk-in closet. The master bedroom also has a private balcony. The second bedroom also has its own bathroom.
The top floor consists of a loft, full bathroom and a rooftop terrace. It’s assumed that this is considered the third bedroom, though there is not a closet shown on floor plans.
Each unit has one parking space in a garage area with storage space. A second parking space is available in an outdoor lot. There’s also one handicapped space and a guest space.
According to the website St. Pete Rising, units are set to cost a little under $1 million each.
SunSure Living is designing the development in collaboration with Mesh Architecture. Smith & Associates Real Estate is a partner, presumably listing the units.
The development near Second Street North in downtown joins several others going up in the area including the Brownstones, Towns on Fifth, Center City and Regent Lane.
The building represents a new trend in downtown development and living. As property values become increasingly costly, builders are making the most of the space by building up.