Year in Review: A Year of Momentum View our 2018-2019 Year in Review.
By Christopher Curry TAMPA, Fla. (April 30, 2019) – The Tampa Downtown Partnership’s latest snapshot of downtown shows a growing urban core with a bustling waterfront and a demand for more shopping options. The survey of downtown workers and residents, which Tampa firm HCP Associates conducts for the business group every other year, shows a […]
By Richard Danielson TAMPA, Fla. (April 12, 2019) – Residential living in and around downtown Tampa is booming, according to a new survey from the Tampa Downtown Partnership, with more apartments and condominiums, high rates of occupancy, much love for the Riverwalk and much desire for more stores, bars and restaurants. Here are highlights from […]
Tampa Downtown Partnership Unveils Biennial Survey Results View the full presentation given by HCP Associates. Download the full report. TAMPA (April 12, 2019) – Tampa Downtown Partnership unveiled the results of the Sixth Biennial Survey of Downtown Workers and Residents. during Tampa Downtown Partnership’s 23rd Annual Downtown Development Forum at Armature Works on Friday, […]
The Tampa Downtown Partnership maintains a set of quick facts about downtown Tampa. Quick Facts Spring 2019
Downtown Tampa Parking Plan The Downtown Tampa Parking Plan is the first comprehensive analysis of parking in Tampa’s central business and events district. In the last decade, major changes in downtown have greatly influenced its overall parking profile, adding new stress to the system. The presentation outlines short and long-term recommendations from this data-driven, comprehensive […]
We Want to Hear From You! The sixth biennial Downtown Tampa resident and worker study is now live! In 2008, the Tampa Downtown Partnership launched its first community sentiment study for residents and workers. The study and its survey findings have helped steer such game changing initiatives in downtown as river accessibility, the outdoor market, […]
Population and Employment Projections and Allocations What will Hillsborough County look like in 25 years? A projected outlook at employment, population and land use trends. View the presentation. Questions? Contact: Shawn College, AICP email@example.com 813-273-3774 ext. 367 Sarah Mckinley Mckinleys@plancom.org 813-273-3774 x382
Year in Review: A Look at our Accomplishments To ensure that Downtown continues to grow, Tampa Downtown Partnership’s staff, Board, and Executive Committee have been preparing new strategic initiatives with an eye toward future growth. The next two years will be significant for us in setting the stage for Tampa, but before we look at […]
Collaborating with the Tampa Downtown Partnership, HCP developed a baseline study in 2008 of resident and worker stakeholders within Downtown Tampa. In 2014, a study was introduced to track the university student’s perceptions as well. Similar to the Resident-Workforce study, this poll of university students will be repeated in two year intervals. View the 2016 […]
Tampa Downtown Partnership Unveils Biennial Survey Results Results show mounting interest in urban lifestyle, transportation, retail options, and job opportunities View the full presentation given by HCP Associates. TAMPA (March 24, 2017) – Tampa Downtown Partnership unveiled the results of the Fifth Biennial Survey of Downtown Workers and Residents. during Tampa Downtown Partnership’s 21st Annual […]
View a presentation of a Capital Improvement Program presented February 12, 2016.
Beyond Traffic: The Smart Tampa Vision Tampa and its partners are pleased to respond to the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Smart City Challenge. Our Smart Tampa vision is to spearhead the deployment of bold and innovative concepts involving advanced technologies, data, and applications to help improve safety, increase mobility, enhance security, boost productivity, and […]
Biennial Study Background – Beginning in 2008, the Tampa Downtown Partnership has called upon a third-party research group to conduct biennial studies of Downtown Tampa, and its residents and workers. The study and its survey findings have helped steer such game changing initiatives in downtown as river accessibility, the outdoor market, the Glazer Children’s Museum, […]
Executive Summary: A strong, positive, response was received from both resident and worker Downtown groups with regard to the introduction of a new grocery store to the Downtown area. – Grocery retail was the top-rated category for improvement, as reported by both resident and worker respondents, followed by things to do after work, shopping retail […]