St. Pete Pier™

Your resource for the latest St. Pete Pier project updates

Extended Road Closure Notice: 2nd Ave NE

As part of the St Pete Pier™ development, 2nd Ave. NE between Beach Drive and Bayshore Drive will be closed to thru traffic on 7/22/19 for roadway construction, for an anticipated six-month period. This work includes substantial reconstruction and drainage improvements. Beach Drive and Bayshore Drive will still be accessible for northbound and southbound traffic flow, and the intersections of Beach and Bayshore at 2nd Ave. will be converted to all-way-stop intersections.

The City Marina, St. Petersburg Museum of History and Frescos will all remain open throughout construction.

Pardon us while we work to build your new St. Pete Pier™! The City of St. Petersburg apologizes for the inconvenience and appreciates your patience and cooperation.

Timeline

Future Project Milestones

Spring 2019
  • Final designs complete and foundations begin for public art installations
  • Construction continues on the Pier Head Building, Discovery Center, Doc Fords and the Pavilion
  • Marketplace structure delivered and installed
  • Seawall repair and restoration continues
  • Exterior furniture contract approved

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Construction Updates

Here’s a video showing a bird’s eye view of construction progress at the Pier. Each month, the City of St. Pete's Parks and Rec department flies a drone over the site to capture the latest developments. To view monthly aerial images, visit Construction Progress.


Explore The Pier

Get to know the proposed the new St. Pete Pier™ with our new interactive map. Learn about the concept and all there is to do and enjoy at what will become the city’s newest waterfront park and attraction.

Please note: The renderings and abstracts depicted on this website are from the original concept submission and subject to change as the design evolves toward completion.

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Interactive Map

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