September 23rd, 2009 categories: Downtown St Petersburg
Davis Anthony Home & Garden is celebrating its first anniversary in downtown St Petersburg. Philip Weber and Davis Freeman announced this as they welcomed the Downtown Business Association for its monthly meeting. This location at 400 Beach Suite 173 (facing Fourth Avenue NE) is actually their third location in that year. They opened at Parkshore Plaza, one block south, and soon expanded into larger space at 400 Beach. Originally facing Beach Drive, their landlord asked them to move around the corner to make a contiguous large space available to an exciting new tenant. Wherever they are, Davis Anthony is a welcome place to browse for items for your home, your garden or for interesting gifts – and maybe just the occasional reward for yourself.
Tom McGeachy of Ciminelli, who is managing BayWalk, and his colleagues spoke of the new owner’s plans for BayWalk. They have several interested new tenants who are waiting to sign leases until they know if the St Petersburg City Council will approve the vacation of the sidewalk easement along the north side of 2nd Ave N, which BayWalk would then maintain and secure.
The hot topic in the monthly downtown police report was the new addition of the Horse Patrol.
Happy Anniversary, Davis Anthony, and welcome to downtown St Pete.
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Davis-Anthony Home & Garden is scheduled to open October 1st, 2008 in Parkshore Plaza in downtown St. Petersburg. Davis Freeman and Philip Weber is for city dwellers with balconies as well as homeowners with yards. They’ll have everything from potting soil to window boxes to statuary – and gift items as well.
For the black thumbs among us (which means me) Davis-Anthony will be offering plant maintenance as well as delivery. Planning to decorate for a special party? They can help with this as well, for small or large parties.
Davis-Anthony will be open 7 days a week starting October 1st at 300 Beach Drive NE. Weekdays from 10 am – 9 pm, Saturdays from 8 am – 9 pm, and Sundays from 11 am – 6 pm.
Davis-Anthony Home & Garden will be located in the space where the Croatian Art Gallery was located. We were sad to see that gallery close, but certainly welcome Davis and Philip to downtown St Petersburg!
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