About Tierra Verde

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Up until 1959 Tierra Verde was not much more than a handful of undeveloped islands that were previously used by Indians and pirates.  Purchased in 1959 with aspirations for developing a resort community, progress was almost non-existent until the Pinellas Bayway was opened in 1962 and the islands and St. Pete Beach were connected at a southern point to the mainland.  With the Pinellas Bayway now connecting Maximo Point to the islands that make up Isla del Sol, Tierra Verde, and St. Pete Beach, it still took new money from Texas developers to create a slow but steady progression of residential development.

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Live Music on Tierra Verde

The Island Grille and Raw Bar
210 Madonna Blvd, Tierra Verde, FL 33715
PH: 727-767-0020

Seaworthy Fish+Bar
1110 Pinellas Bayway S
Saint Petersburg, FL, FL 33715
Friday and Saturday 6 PM – 9 PM

Billy’s Stone Crab, Seafood and More
1 Collany Rd, Tierra Verde, FL 33715  
PH: 727-866-2115
Piano Bar 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Friday & Saturday
Main Bar 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM Thursday – Saturday
Loft Bar 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM Daily

Tierra Verde Homes

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102 9Th Street E Tierra Verde, Florida 33715

4 4 4450

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4328 40th St S, St Petersburg, FL 33711

4 2 2,338

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Tierra Verde Amenities


Tierra Verde Marina

The Tierra Verde Marina is located immediately over the Pinellas Bayway S Bridge at 100 Pinellas Bayway S on the west side of the drawbridge and provide immediate access to the Gulf of Mexico.

Tierra Verde Marina Resort

The Tierra Verde Marina Resort is open for business. The Tierra Verde Marina Resort when completed will feature a boutique hotel adjacent to the always active Island Grill and Raw Bar Restaurant.

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Ft. Desoto

Fort DeSoto Park is located off the Pinellas Bayway S (State Road 679) at the southmost end of Tierra Verde, FL. Ft. DeSoto was created in 1963 and is named for the Spanish Explorer Hernando de Soto who explored and conquered the native populations in the area of western Florida, the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and through central and South America. The Park covers over 1,100 acres and is the largest park run by Pinellas County.

Made up of 5 Keys: St. Christopher Key, Madelaine Key, Bonne Fortune Key, St. Jean key and Mullet Key, the largest of the islands and where many of the attractions in Ft. DeSoto park are located. Ft. DeSoto is a County Park, managed and operated by Pinellas County Parks & Conservation Resources.

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