PURCHASE A CLASSIC 1938 HOME: The floor plan includes four large bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 2 half baths, full kitchen and a large living room/dining room combo. Plenty of closets and extra storage, including a built-out attic. A 586-square-foot open room could be utilized as 4th bedroom or a home office, workout area, game room, playroom, etc. The opportunistic buyer can live, work, and play here. CRT-1 zoning allows for both residential and commercial use and Grand Central, The Edge, Warehouse Arts and Downtown districts are close -- bringing tony boutiques, art galleries, popular bars and restaurants just a few blocks from your front door. Enjoy the murals, a Tampa Bay Rays game or a yoga class at the nearby St. Pete YMCA. This triple-sized corner lot rests in one of St. Petes most historic and prominent corridors, connecting the Downtown waterfront to the beaches. The new SunRunner Rapid Bus Transit begins Oct. 21, offering increased connectivity for its riders and improved urban design to allow the corridor to thrive. Previously, this space was occupied by a law office and before that a day care center. It was a single family home until the tenant vacated in June. Other allowable uses -- beyond residential use -- include accounting, management consulting, public relations, architects, engineers, surveyors, financial advisors, physical therapists, med spas, chiropractors, beauty salons, acupuncture or similar personal service industries. Developers will also be drawn to this site. The city allows for construction of up to 9 residential units on this parcel with the potential for 12 units if the units are built to serve as workforce housing. This parcel seems ideal for townhomes or smaller multifamily, allowing vital city employees, restaurant and hotel workers, hospital employees and such a place to live near the citys core. The property lies in the desirable Flood Zone X.