Another of St. Petersburg’s historic neighborhoods, Euclid/St. Paul originated in 1925 and today showcases a variety of architectural styles in homes priced between $11,000 and $150,000. This wide range has contributed to the area’s recent influx of younger families who are restoring some of the large, older homes and building a new sense of community.
Situated between 9th Avenue North on the south and 22nd Avenue North on the north and lying between 9th and 16th Streets North, the Euclid/St. Paul neighborhood occupies just about 240 acres. While there are no public parks in this 0.375 square mile area, Euclid/St. Paul is one of St. Petersburg’s most conveniently located areas, with easy and quick access to downtown St. Petersburg, the Central Avenue Business District, St. Anthony’s Hospital, Edward White Memorial Hospital, and I-275. Additional benefits include the neighborhood’s location in a non-evacuation zone and no requirement for flood insurance.
The northeastern section of the neighborhood contains several duplex, triplex, and small, apartment buildings, and many single family homes have garage apartments which are accessible from the alley. Almost every home has alley access. Neighborhood highlights include the 10-acre St. Paul’s Catholic Church and school, and the Pinellas County School Board’s Euclid Center.