Fusion 1560

1560 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, FL 33705 • From $169 Per Day

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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Welcome to Fusion 1560! Each home at Fusion 1560 is designed to exceed even the highest expectations. Created in a contemporary loft style, each home is a rich combination of the most sought-after features and amenities. It's ideal location in the heart of St. Petersburg offers world-renowned shopping, exquisite dining, and endless entertainment opportunities nearby. It's a place that's on the edge for those who want to live on the edge.

Amenities

Courtyard with Grilling Area
Demonstration Kitchen
Roofdeck with Outdoor Kitchen
Wi-Fi Café
Private Dining Room/Conference Room
Saunas
Fitness On Demand
Billiards Room and Media Area
Resort-Style Pool with Spa Fountain
Spat with Two Treatment Rooms
Wine Storage Room

Property Location

About Hercules

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About Hercules, California

Known as the "Dynamic City on the Bay," Hercules sits along San Pablo Bay about 22 miles northeast of San Francisco. The railroad came through the area in the late 1870s, bringing business and residents to the area. The city takes its name from the early industry of dynamite and explosives manufacturing, started by the Hercules Powder Company. There's no longer much manufacturing within Hercules, but the town has grown from a few hundred residents in 1970 to more than 25,000 today as a bedroom community for the Bay Area's larger cities.

The Community of Hercules

Hercules isn't a huge or assuming town; its suburban feel is evident from the many two-story homes and smaller commercial buildings that line its pleasantly landscaped roads. Older neighborhoods sit mostly inland while newer development hugs the bay. The historic Old Town section of Hercules runs along the waterfront as well. The nearby Olympian Hills neighborhood uses mythological names for streets in keeping with the name of the city.

What to Do in Hercules

Hike or bike along the San Pablo Bay Trail that will eventually connect Hercules with other communities along the bay. Currently, you can park in the Victoria by the Bay housing development and pick up the trail off Sycamore Avenue. Explore and enjoy the beautiful views.

As a one-time company town, many of the buildings dating back to the 1890s were from the original plant village. The worker's homes were torn down long ago, but 35 buildings (one was lost to fire) were preserved in what's called Hercules Village, on Kings, Railroad, Santa Fe and Hercules Avenues as well as Talley Way, Bay and Pinole Streets. These structures are on the National Register of Historic Places and are still being restored, but you can admire the architecture and history of these turn-of-the-century buildings.

Refugio Valley Park is the central green space in Hercules, and boasts multi-use fields, picnic areas and playgrounds. Get your racket out and play some tennis on the well-maintained courts. The large pond is home to several ducks and the occasional turtle for observing or feeding. The park also hosts events like the summer Hercules Cultural Festival.

One Place You Shouldn't Miss in Hercules

Take a look at the Hercules Bayfront, which is still a work in progress but is shaping up nicely with mixed-use residential and retail space and public plazas for walking and enjoying the beautiful bay. Part of the plan includes an amphitheater, 11-acre park and connections to local transportation; it will interesting to watch progress as the city moves forward on its long-term plan.

Dining in Hercules

For lovely bay views and a romantic atmosphere, try Leila By the Bay with California-style cuisine and service for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as brunch on weekends. Chicken Marsala and Braised Lamb are two highlights on the menu, or try a traditional pasta dish with fresh seafood.

The Powder Keg Pub pays tribute with its name to Hercules' past. Choose from a traditional menu of salads, sandwiches and other pub foods or sample the oyster shooters and calamari along with one of their delicious on-tap brews. Outdoor seating on the patio is pleasant if the weather cooperates. Ever had a Jalapeño Margarita? You can try one here -- if you can handle the spiciness.

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