THE BLISS CONDOMINIUM
176 4th Avenue NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
The 18-story, Bliss condominium is located in a prime position just off of downtown St. Petersburg’s famed Beach Drive. Bliss condominium boasts incredible views of Tampa Bay and downtown St. Petersburg. Bliss condominium also possesses a multitude of luxurious amenities. With only two units per floor, and no common walls, Bliss offers the privacy of a single-family home, while living the downtown high-rise life. Bliss condominium residences feature: No common walls providing complete privacy; expansive 270 degree city and Tampa Bay water views; floor to ceiling windows; private elevator landings; open floor plans; large balconies with glass railings; wood flooring; 9’4” ceilings; solid core 7’ doors; a spacious laundry rooms; and private storage units. Residents of the Bliss condominium enjoy secured building access, secured and gated parking, car elevators, and a roof-top spa deck offering stunning views of Tampa Bay.Bliss condominium is located within walking distance to Beach Drive, the Chihuly Collection, the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, Vinoy Renaissance Resort, the Shops at Sundial, the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, Northshore Park, Albert Whitted Airport, and a multitude of marinas, nightlife, restaurants and shopping in downtown St. Petersburg. Bliss Condo is centrally located with quick access to I-275 and all points north and south of St. Petersburg.
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