DOWNTOWN TAMPA LIVING
Exciting Urban Lifestyle
Live where it is all Happening Downtown and discover why Tampa is ranked a Top Five of America’s Most Popular Big Cities, a Best Outdoor City, Most Romantic City, Best Beer City, and Best City for an Active Lifestyle, just to name a few!
Downtown Tampa offers an exciting and unique lifestyle brimming with activities and choices all with a beautiful waterfront backdrop. Our downtown provides endless opportunities for foodies, arts and culture buffs, sports fans, and outdoor lovers alike. Take advantage of the chance to have The Riverwalk steps from your front door and experience all the beauty and charm our city has to offer at all times of the year.
The historic Latin quarter has an urban, eclectic culture that fires up the night with clubs and unwinds the day with coffee and cigars. Seventh Avenue is packed with food, drinks, entertainment and shops that cater to extroverts, families and the adventurous alike.
The Tampa Heights neighborhood is National Historic District and is considered to be Tampa’s first suburb (1 mile from downtown) when it was established in the 1880s. Today’s Tampa Heights is quickly changing with recent additions of breweries, cafes, parks, restaurants, and many businesses that are adding a unique vibe to the neighborhood.
Built from mud dredged from the bottom of Tampa Bay in the 1920s, Davis Islands is a desirable neighborhood and archipelago on two islands. It is also home to Peter O. Knight Airport and Davis Island Yacht Club.
Harbour Island, a master planned 177-acre community, is directly linked to Downtown Tampa by two bridges. Residences are located within walking distance of numerous commercial, retail, entertainment and dining establishments.
While one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, West Tampa is still in the center of all the action. You’ll be close to everything (pretty much 10 minutes from everywhere you’ll want to go) and have daily access to plenty of incredible Cuban food.
Historic, tree-lined neighborhood, cobblestone streets and a to-die-for 1920s bungalow, it’s a home and garden buff’s dream and Hyde Park has it all. The rent is a bit pricey in this district, but you’ll understand why quickly. The walkable village stays lively from day to night.