From tourist attractions like Busch Gardens to secluded fishing spots along the bay, Tampa has countless amenities to experience any time of year. Concerts at Amalie Arena, annual cultural and food festivals, and Gasparilla's many pirate-themed events are just a few ways to get out and have fun. Plus, industries like technology, healthcare, retail, and finance bolster Tampa's thriving economy and provide thousands of jobs to residents of this city.
Downtown Tampa is the vibrant heart of the city, home to the Tampa Riverwalk and the area's most popular events venues, restaurants, museums, and art galleries.
This primarily residential area boasts upscale boutiques, independently-owned restaurants, MacDill Air Force Base, parks, and Bayshore Boulevard, which overlooks Hillsborough Bay.
This area is nestled between International Plaza, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa International Airport, and I-275. Just minutes from downtown and restaurants on the water.
Homes in this area are close to celebrated amenities like the University of South Florida, Busch Gardens and Adventure Island theme parks, and ZooTampa at Lowry Park.
New Tampa and the surrounding area are home to newer residential developments, golfing communities, shopping centers, and wooded preserves.
Close to all the fun of Tampa, you'll find plenty of open space, lake living, golf clubs, and gorgeous conservation land. You'll see much of the beautiful wildlife Florida offers.
Small suburban communities are located in this sub-area on the eastern side of Hillsborough County. It's not far from the action, plus major highways take residents into Tampa.
Communities in Southern Hillsborough are close to the water as well as the sights and sounds of Tampa. This area is rapidly developing.