St. Pete leaders allow secondary dwelling on properties to target current housing crisis

Econ & Housing

Secondary dwelling allowed on properties Briona Arradondo reportsST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – St. Petersburg residents can now build accessory dwelling units or garage apartments on their home’s property after city council officially approved the housing option Thursday. The city of St. Pete expanded accessory dwelling units (ADU) in more areas during a final public hearing on…

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