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St. Pete Records opening new store in Warehouse Arts District

The new shop sits in a warehouse across the street from 3 Daughters Brewing.

St. Pete Records closed its store at 6648 Central Ave. back on March 17, right as the coronavirus was shutting down the retail world.

“See ya when we see ya,” owners wrote that day on Facebook.

They’re almost ready to see you again — albeit in an entirely new spot.

The record shop will reopen June 1 at a new location at 2233 Third Ave. S in St. Petersburg’s Warehouse Arts District. The new shop sits in a warehouse across the street from 3 Daughters Brewing.

The move closer to downtown is a return of sorts for St. Pete Records. The shop began life inside Furnish Me Vintage the old Gas Plant Building near Tropicana Field — the same building that also once housed Planet Retro Records. It moved west to its first standalone location near Pasadena in 2017.

When it reopens June 1, St. Pete Records will require guests to observe safety protocol like face masks and gloves, although they’ll have a few on hand for customers who forget them.

For details on the new location, visit stpeterecords.com.

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