What Are They Building On That Corner?

Check the interactive map for a look at 22 proposed projects for new or redeveloped buildings around Largo.

A. Amazon Animal Hospital- proposed new veterinary clinic off of Roosevelt Blvd.

B. Chase Bank West Bay- proposed new bank on West Bay Drive

C.Clearwater Ice Arena- interior renovations and addition of Zamboni garage on Icot Blvd.

D. Dollar General- proposed new retail store on Seminole Blvd.

E. Gateway North- proposed 342- unit apartment complex

F.Family Dollar- proposed new retail store

G.Walmart- proposed new 118,000 square-foot store on Missouri Ave.

H.Wawa- proposed gas and convenience store at Ulmerton Crossing

I.Neighborhood Walmart- proposed new 118,000 square-foot retail store at Ulmerton Crossing

J. O'Reilly Auto Parts- proposed auto parts store on Ulmerton Road

K. St. Michael's Medical- proposed 21,320 square-foot medical office and parking on West Bay Drive

L. Thornton's- proposed gas station and convenience store on Ulmerton Road.

M. Seasons of Largo-proposed three-story office building and 80-bed assisted living facility on East Bay Drive.

N. Highland Office- proposed 14,601 square-foot professional office building

O. Largo Skate Park- proposed skate park at the Bayhead Sports Complex

P. Highland Recreation- construction of 45,695 square-foot recreational complex on Highland Avenue

Q. Metro Storage- renovations of existing self-storage building on 66th Street 

R. Pinellas County Sheriff's Complex- construction of sheriff's administration complex, estimated completion for second quarter 2013

S. Pinellas Heights- proposed 153-unit apartment complex on Ulmerton Road

T.Whitney 19 Storage- proposed 5,750 square-foot storage building on US 19

U.Rubin Professional Offices- professional office building at 58th Street North and Ulmerton Road

V.Seasons of Belleair- proposed 80-bed assisted living facility on Clearwater-Largo Road

Editor's Note: Compiled from the City of Largo Community Development website

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SonnyPeters December 18, 2012 at 03:42 PM
Why do use letters on the map and the use numbers to show what they letters are supposed to be?
SonnyPeters December 18, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Why do you use letters on the map and then use numbers below to show what the letters are supposed to be?
Melissa Lattman December 18, 2012 at 03:59 PM
Great suggestion Sonny. The numbers are now replaced with letters.


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