Placido Bayou has an ever-growing reputation for safety, privacy, and tranquility of a present gated waterfront suburban community. The residents of Placido Bayou enjoy and cherish the privacy, security, and cared-for lawns that are characterized by the peaceful atmosphere proximity to amenities. In particular, Placido Bayou is a controlled neighborhood that comes with 24/7 manned guard gate and closely community amenities including the private schools, upscale shopping, casual dining, kayaking, parks, and boating. Placido Bayou offers the residents with outdoor recreations from the surrounding nature reserve. Residents cherish a wide array of attractive wildlife from osprey, swans, and waterfowl to otters and turtles. In addition, Placido Bayou is a lush natural setting consisting of a wide range of meticulously manicured property styles from executive-style homes and luxury waterfront properties to townhomes and condominiums.
Placido Bayou derives its name from the Italian word “tranquil,” which formerly meant a peaceful and an untouched wildlife haven. Placido Bayou was a protected, peaceful habitat for marine life and the residential developments were spotty and slow, but only concentrated between the Snell Isle and Shore Acres. However, Robert Crisp was the first developer in Placido Bayou in the 1920s. With a partnership from a home builder, Lloyd Williams, and John Kearney (a businessman), Robert Crisp developed the community residential and commercial projects on 300 acres of Placido Bayou. In 1984, the protests by preservationists led to the modifications of the high-density plan, where the plans were unveiled to develop the remaining private waterfront land in St. Petersburg. This marked the grand opening of the Neighborhood of the Century, which offered four kinds of housing ranging from single-family to multifamily dwellings at the price range of about $50,000 to $114,000. In April 1986, developer Wakter Larson purchased unfinished developments for $13.5 million after the partnership fail to pay the bank loans. Two decades later, Placido Bayou is currently grown into a gated community comprising of about 361 acres, with a total of 10 ponds within its boundaries. Placido Bayou has eleven separate neighborhoods named alphabetically from A through J where C is split into two distinct neighborhoods (CI and CII). All the Placido Bayou neighborhoods fall under the umbrella of the Master Community Association that oversees the daily operations.
Placido Bayou is popularly known for its wide range of Spanish attic architectural styles. Moreover, the new and modern home constructions in the area come with Mediterranean style custom waterfront, with lot-no bridges to Open Tampa Bay. These homes are designed for modern family, with open floor plan for entertainments. The home features have the latest in low energy LED lightening with proper wiring for multimedia and control throughout. In addition, the home features comply with energy conservation measures and quality standards including the tank-less gas water heater, triple pane low E impact windows, high end appliances, designer tiles, wide-plank oiled hardwood floors, high ceilings, a large gas fireplace, designer tiles, and an optional three stop elevator shaft. Today, Placido Bayou hosts a wide array of homes ranging including small condominiums, townhomes, and single family homes that ranges in price from $100,000 to over $1,000,000.
Placido Bayou is a fascinating and distinctive true waterfront oasis in the midst of St. Petersburg City. The residents can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere in area, with numerous ponds and preserves for nature walking. Besides, the area attracts a diverse collection of wildlife including a variety of birds, otters, turtles, and two resident swans. Placido Bayou is vicinity to some of the finest beaches on the west coast of Florida where residents can gain access to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico from the Smacks bayous and Placido for outdoor recreations such as boating and kayaking.
Placido Bayou neighborhoods are centrally located to some of the best schools in the county. Students have a wide range of schools to attend depending on their levels of education including high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools.
The total population of Placido Bayou is 1,480.
Average household income:
The average household income for Placido Bayou population is estimated at $80,461, with 70% college educated, and 88% having owner occupied households.
Number of children versus adults
The largest population in Placido Bayou consists of the adults older than 65 years (34.90%) and adults aged between 45 and 64 years of age (29.40%). Children and teenagers aged 20 years old and below take the third largest age group, with about 19.50% out of all Placido Bayou residents.
About 29.6% of Placido Bayou's population belongs to a class of wealthy households, with an annual income of over $150,000. The upper middle class population is approximately 23.1%, with an annual household income between $75,000 and $150,000, which reduces the rate of poverty levels to O% in Placido Bayou.
Most of the Placido Bayou’s residents are in employment.
Number of married versus single people:
Approximately 56% of Placido Bayou people are married while 44% are single.
Languages and ancestry
In Placido Bayou, approximately 82.50% of people are Caucasian. The Asian takes the second most ethnicity in Placido Bayou with approximately 9.90% Asian-origin residents.
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