St. Petersburg Pier (1973)

  • The Pier opened in January 1973 as a five-level, concrete-framed structure in the shape of an inverted pyramid.
  • The design was constructed using a tubular steel framework to create large windows for panoramic views of Tampa Bay. The largest top level created an ideal location for the observation deck.
  • The 15,000-square-foot facility was home to restaurants, shops, and exhibits, and attracted more than two million visitors per year.
  • The inverted pyramid-shaped building was designed by William B. Harvard, Sr., founder of Harvard Jolly Architecture in St. Petersburg.
  • The Pier closed in 2013 and was demolished in 2015.

St. Petersburg, FL

City of St. Petersburg |
St. Petersburg, FL

Harvard Jolly Architecture | St. Petersburg, FL

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