Greater Pinellas Point is a culturally-diverse, casual community at the southernmost tip of Pinellas County. Surrounded on three sides by Tampa Bay, it has two community recreation centers, eight churches, two grade schools, a middle school and a high school. Specialty shops, pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants, and medical services are conveniently located for the neighborhood’s 10,000 plus residents.
The earliest developed portion of Greater Pinellas Point is called the Pink Streets – given the name because of the pink concrete that was used to pour the exclusive streets. The Pink Streets neighborhood runs between 10th Street and 21st Street, just south of Pinellas Point Drive S. Some of the roads dead-end with a view overlooking the bay and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
Homes in the Greater Pinellas Point neighborhood typically range from the $300,000’s to $3,000,000.