Chic, elegant and hip, are the best words to describe downtown St. Petersburg. Downtown St. Pete is home to many museums including the Dali and Chihuly Museum, and it has a thriving arts and music community. There is nothing like having the best gourmet food, entertainment, grocery and parks downstairs or just around the corner. … » Learn More about Downtown St. Petersburg
Welcome! St. Petersburg International Group is a team of local realtors who speak a multitude of languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew, Mandarin, Cantonese, Gujrati/Hindi, and of course English!
We are recognized as Certified International Property Specialists (CIPS), and members of the Global Committee of the Pinellas Board of Realtors.
Our group has been selling residential and waterfront properties since 2008, totalling over 50 million dollars worth of real estate.
St. Petersburg International Group can help you with any real estate transactions in Central and West Florida, including St. Petersburg, Tampa, Sarasota, and Orlando.
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St. Petersburg Neighborhoods
Historic Kenwood is a bike ride away just West of Downtown St. Petersburg and it is a very vibrant, artsy community. Although more affordable than the Historic Old Northeast, prices are continuing to climb since this community is so close to downtown. Historic Kenwood is also known for having more craftsman homes per square mile … » Learn More about Historic Kenwood
Historic Old Northeast
The Historic Northeast borders downtown and those who live there can easily walk to everything, from restaurants and bars, to lush waterfront parks that the city offers. This family oriented neighborhood consists primarily of luxury homes, condos and townhomes. Other than Historic Kenwood, the Old Northeast offers more craftsman style homes than anywhere in Florida. Many modern … » Learn More about Historic Old Northeast
St. Pete Beach / Pass-A-Grille / Treasure Island
At the Southernmost tip of the Barrier Islands, you will find Pass-A-Grille, which was named by the pirates who would come to shore with their boats to grill their catch of the day. Today it is considered the Florida version of the Hamptons, where the wealthy come to live and play. St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island have several private … » Learn More about St. Pete Beach / Pass-A-Grille / Treasure Island
Tierra Verde is a choice for many because it has easy access to downtown St. Petersburg, yet it’s a world away. This island has a very tropical and elegant feel, and it is home to world famous Ft. Desoto Beach. There are several waterfront bars and restaurants, and the island is just East of St. … » Learn More about Tierra Verde
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