St. Pete Beach begins detailed study of downtown, Corey areas
ST. PETE BEACH — A $280,000 consultant study is expected to produce a definitive plan for revitalizing the city’s downtown and Corey Avenue areas.
“This is more than talk about ideas and ending up with a list of 10 things that are important,” City Manager Mike Bonfield told the commission Wednesday. “This is bringing you into a position to move forward. Your next decision would be to find money for whatever portion you decide to proceed with.”
The nine-month study will be conducted by Michael Baker Jr. Inc., an international company ranked among the top 10 percent of the 500 largest U.S. design firms.