The Glasshouse, a stunning tri-level penthouse in downtown St. Petersburg's Signature Place, just hit the market for $3.2 million. That will get you black-veined marble floors, custom finishings and spectacular views through the floor-to-ceiling windows that give the 4,177-square-foot condo its name. [Smith & Associates Real Estate]

St. Pete 'Glasshouse' three-story penthouse is all about the view

ST. PETERSBURG — For the new owner of this glass house, there's no need to worry about people throwing stones: It's 34 stories up. A stunning trilevel penthouse atop the downtown Signature Place, the Glasshouse condo that has prompted so many upward gazes has just hit the market for $3.2 million. That will buy you  …


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