Are you considering moving to Tampa or just want to visit? However long you decide on staying, the neighborhood you choose can make a significant difference in your experience.
Here are some of the best neighborhoods in Tampa to live in
A contemporary and trendy environment that combines work, home, and play in one space. Hyde Park village offers a lovely green, pet-friendly and tree-filled park with benches perfect for relaxing. There are also plenty of shops, theatres, restaurants, and a fitness center nearby.
Davis Island is an archipelago with a rich history, also known as " Florida's version of the Great Gatsby". It has some great architecture like the Palace of Florence ( Which is a three-story version of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence) that was designed by Tampa's most noted architect, M. Leo Elliott. There are also shops, restaurants, a club and an Airport.
Downtown Tampa is great if you enjoy the City feel, but also like to escape to the water's edge often. Centrally located, this neighborhood has great shopping, restaurants, entertainment and has easy access to major highways. Many condos are within walking distance to the University of Tampa.
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With its many condos, lofts, and highrises, Channelside is perfect for those City slickers and provides stunning panoramic views of the city and water. This neighborhood offers many farmers and art markets, restaurants, retail spaces and is within walking distance to the aq2uarium, The St. Pete Times Forum, and many non-chain eateries.
A safe area with a close-knit and friendly community. There are plenty of family-friendly events happening throughout the year and it is close to great entertainment, Shopping, Supermarkets, restaurants, State Parks and Schools.