Green Surrealism—Dalí-Inspired Complex Breaks Ground in Downtown St. Pete

A mixed-use condo project will soon enrich Downtown St. Petersburg’s Arts & Innovation District with a touch of surrealism.
The Salvador

Rendering of The Salvador

A mixed-use condo project will soon enrich Downtown St. Petersburg’s Arts & Innovation District with a touch of surrealism. DDA Development announced the groundbreaking of The Salvador, a 13-story, 74 home condominium tower with over 3,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Salvador Dalí’s influence will be conspicuous in many of the project’s architectural and design elements and it is intended to serve as a residential cornerstone of the neighborhood, which is home to the world famous Dalí Museum.

The 74 residences come in 11 different layouts with up to three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. The one- and two-bedroom condos range from 964 square feet to 1,810 square feet and the pair of three-bedroom penthouses comprise approximately 2,500 square feet. Plans also call for an 11,000-square-foot amenity deck on the third floor with spa, heated saltwater pool, a fire pit, as well as a fitness center/yoga room.

The Salvador will be Green-certified under the National Association of Home Builders’ National Green Building Program—the first condominium in downtown St. Petersburg to receive this certification.

Smith & Associates Real Estate is the exclusive listing agency for The Salvador, with nearly 50% of homes sold to date. Units are available from $345,000 to $1.4 million.

Rendering courtesy of DDA Development