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WATCH: Old St. Pete police headquarters gets demolished

The old headquarters for the St. Pete police department is being demolished to make way for the new Orange Station at the EDGE project. The space will be used to build new resident condos, workforce apartment housing, retail space, and a parking garage. Once the demolition process starts, it will take up to three to four months, according to the St. Pete Catalyst. Groundbreaking for the new project is set for June 2022. The project is planned to have a total of 106,000 square feet of Class A office space, 21,400 square feet of street-facing retail along Central Avenue and 1st Avenue North, a 590-space parking garage with 400 public spaces, and 130,000 square feet of one, two, and three-bedroom residential units, St. Pete Rising explains.

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