Explore the Artistically curated Amenities & Interior Design by Celano Design Studio at The Residences at 400 Central
John Catsimatidis’ love of St. Pete is clearly evident in his dynamic vision for The Residences at 400 Central. A landmark live-work-play destination rising on Central Avenue, 400 Central is designed to honor the coastal, charming city that the Catsimatidis family fell in love with more than thirty years ago. Enlisting the talents of world-renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, principal of the esteemed Arquitectonica, who was deeply inspired by the city on the water, the team sought to honor what makes St. Pete unique. “When you look from the sky at this region of St. Petersburg, all you see is the way land meets water,” Fort-Brescia said. An iconic new landmark in the heart of downtown, 400 Central will soar 515 feet above the city’s vibrant Central Avenue, cementing it as the tallest building in Pinellas County. 400 Central will affix St. Petersburg to an extensive and impressive list of metropolitan cities around the globe that are punctuated by Arquitectonica’s expressive monderist designs.
In addition to The Residences at 400 Central’s exquisite architecture, the interiors are designed with convenience, luxury, and entertainment in mind. 400 Central’s 35,000-plus square feet of interior and exterior amenities have been curated by Vincent Celano founder and principal of New York City’s Celano Design Studio. The Celano Design Studio has made its name in hospitality design, collaborating with brands including Centurion Restaurant Group, Elizabeth Blau & Associates, Grove Bay Hospitality, Fenwick Hospitality, and The One Group. The Studio’s focus is to embrace what people are looking for in hospitality today and how that can be translated into the ultimate living and entertainment experience. From the tropical resort-style pool deck, to the co-working spaces, private dining room, and comfortable theater lounge, to the luxurious grand lobby, Celano utilized a warm, relaxed palette. “Channeling the vibrant energy of St. Petersburg, The Residences at 400 Central offer residents the approachable sophistication of city living with a coastal-modern design featuring dramatic architectural moves and warm organic materials,” Vincent Celano said.
Showcasing 400 Central’s unparalleled perspective, The Sky Lounge Observatory on the 46th floor will feature floor-to-ceiling glass as well as a glass elevator, offering residents panoramic unobstructed views from Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico offering the best views on the west coast of Florida. The private amenity deck features both interior and exterior lounge spaces, perfect for residents to enjoy, entertain, and revel in the height of comfort and luxury.