One or more photo(s) has been virtually staged. Under Construction. One or more photo(s) has been virtually staged. Pre-Construction. To be built. Now taking reservations. The Canvas brand represents exhilaration from expression. Our creative city homes are influenced by eclectic neighborhoods and local artists, forging a space that harnesses inspiring energy. Canvas WAD is a 10-unit industrial chic city home community influenced by St. Petersburg’s Warehouse Arts District (WAD). The monolithic industrial chic architecture is influenced by the surrounding warehouses that have been converted to artist studios and maker’s space. Units range from 2,000 to 2,100 square feet with private fenced yards and balconies overlooking community green space featuring collaborative installations with local creatives. The interior is designed to be a canvas for your living gallery. With 10-foot ceilings and exposed concrete walls created for your art pieces the large windows and natural light will compliment your collection. The first level has polished concrete floors, an ensuite bed/bath combo, and access to the attached garage. The second level loft style living space hits different, with industrial modern details and a spacious kitchen island for the at home mixologist. On the third floor get main character vibes in the owners’ suite, with a roomy walk-in closet perfect for the sneaker collector. Hop on your bike and roll up on the Pinellas Trail, which slices through the neighborhood and drops you in downtown St Pete. The Warehouse Arts District is bounded between 1st Avenue N and 10th Avenue S and 16th Street and 31st Street. Much of this area was industrial and populated with warehouses and small manufacturing companies. For decades the Seaboard Railroad Station (now the Morean Center for Clay) was an important link between those businesses and their clients. However, in more recent times many of the buildings sat empty. Artists, always seeking studio space, saw potential in the area due to the large warehouses which have been converted into studios, makers space, breweries, distilleries, restaurants and museums making WAD one of St. Petersburg’s most exciting neighborhoods.