144 Condos for rent in St. Pete Beach, FL
- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Balconies (17)
- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Garages (12)
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- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Hardwood Floors (3)
- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Parking (26)
- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Pools (20)
- St. Pete Beach Apartments with Washer-Dryers (15)
- St. Pete Beach Dog Friendly Apartments (6)
- St. Pete Beach Furnished Apartments (25)
- St. Pete Beach Luxury Apartments (6)
- St. Pete Beach Pet Friendly Apartments (7)
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Local twins: In 1994, voters renamed what was then St. Petersburg Beach to St. Pete Beach -- not to shorten everything like text speak, but because the city of St. Petersburg to the east just had too similar of a name.
St. Pete Beach, Florida's just over 9,000 residents live on Long Key, a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. Three bridges carry people in and out of town, to Treasure Island, South Pasadena and the Bayway Isles section of St. Petersburg. While 80% of residents drive private automobiles to work, at least commute times are short: average time on the road is 15 minutes. Knowing that you don't even have to put up with a long commute to live right by the beach? Priceless. See more
Finding condos for rent in St. Pete Beach is almost no different than renting an apartment in a big complex. The real difference is the ownership. Condos are owned by individuals within the same building. However, apartments in a large complex are owned by a single landlord or property management group.
Sometimes the price of condos in St. Pete Beach may prove cheaper. The owners are often moving onto a new home or leaving the city and just need someone to cover the costs. Apartment complexes are designed to deal with tenant issues, make repairs, and care for the property. Condo owners will still deal with repairs and upkeep but may need more time to address a problem, especially if they don’t live nearby. However, condo owners have a more vested interest in the property and keeping their tenants happy to reduce turnover.
Choose the best condos for rent in St. Pete Beach that meet your wishlist for budget, amenities, and layout. You probably won’t notice the difference between the condos and apartments you tour.