Proposal submitted for 45-story condo tower, 225

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The tower, oriented to allow for views of Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, would be the tallest residential building on Florida’s West Coast, taller than the recently completed, 41-story ONE St.

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ST. PETERBURG ‘ A 45-story condo tower and a 225-room hotel could start rising next year on a once-derelict block in the heart of St. Petersburg.

New York’s Red Apple Group on Thursday submitted a site plan application to the city for the $300 million project, which also would include more than 800 parking spaces and a total of 45,000 square feet of office and retail space.

John Catsimatidis, the billionaire head of Red Apple, said the project is “very, very special” to him.

“My wife’s parents lived here for 35 years and I feel St. Pete is my second home,” he said in a phone interview. “For 35 years my wife’s father talked to me about investing in St. Pete and I finally did.”

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Florida Politics reported early Monday on new polling that shows a supermajority of Florida voters support a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize recreational pot.

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