This is a duplex rental complex along with the address of the other building 2538. Cars are parking all over the yard between buildings instead of the parking area. at nights and weekends, the place looks like a car lot. Place has been reported before for same violation
Owner at 2862 24th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33713, has converted their SFR one-unit home to an illegally converted 3-unit multi-family home with long and short-term rentals ongoing for past few years. They still show a homestead exemption on this property as recent as 2017 while continuing to rent out this home. The main issue is the illegal conversion to 3-unit home with entrances at the front of house and on each side of the house. I have witnessed over couple of years constant tenants coming and going by accessing the house on the sides of the house through separate entrances.
The back yard has junk scattered all around and the fences are rotten and falling down. There is a wrecker parked on the grass outside of the fence. I think the wrecker belongs to the towing service that is across the street from it.
shrub overgrowth in front yard. overgrowth in right of way which is over height and occluding sidewalk. there all sorts of landscape pots piled in the right of way. junk in driveway and scattered in front yard. junk in East side yard is so high it is above fence that is in disrepair. junk piled behind car that is in the driveway. missing ground cover/ grass in the front yard on Ease side including the right of way area.
Well, the half-attempted fix of patching the deep-rooted issues from the original stormwater facilities installation is failing. Congrats to the City staff in charge! It took multiple complaints for a year to get a fix that lasted less. I am just glad we're getting those bike lanes and spending money on 9th, instead of fixing these continuous actual problems. Please find more competent staff to be in charge and find some money to repair all the garbage work between the 38th and 22nd avenues along 28th st... even what was paved is failing due to substandard work. Every now and then I'll see City staff standing around and scratching their head, looking at the inlet, only to be gone after couple of hours, never to be seen actually fixing the problem.