Amenities


Baseball fans rejoice! With its breathtaking city views and tranquil park like setting, Arlington Arbor is ideally located just blocks from desirable Downtown St. Petersburg and within walking distance to Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Arlington Arbor offers one bedroom and studio apartments with generous closet space.  Many of the apartments are accessible for mobility impaired persons.  Residents enjoy free Wi-Fi access, laundry center, and an onsite market and hair salon. Attractive common areas include a multipurpose room, TV and game lounge and a library.

Floorplans


Studio

  • Contract Rent: $675 /mo 
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300
  • Utility Allowance: $46

One Bedroom

  • Contract Rent: $725 /mo
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300
  • Utility Allowance: $50

One Bedroom (UFAS)

(Contains roll under sinks and roll in showers)
  • Contract Rent: $725 /mo
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300
  • Utility Allowance: $50

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TTY 800-955-8771
Fax 727-898-7612

Our Address
Arlington Arbor 
1035 Arlington Avenue North
Saint Petersburg, Florida 33705

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"We are pledged to the letter and the spirit of U.S. polocy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support affirmative advertising and marketing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race,color,religion,sex,handicap,familial status or national origin."

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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