From its bustling downtown area to its quiet neighborhoods, Tampa Bay has everything. Offering superb waterfront properties as well as the best in family-centric neighborhoods and parks, Tampa is called home by a diverse population that remains invested in the growth and improvement of the community.
Within a mere 2-mile radius, residents can take in an NHL game or top artist live in concert, catch a traveling Broadway production or an independent film festival, view countless art galleries or take a stroll down the Tampa Riverwalk.
Downtown St. Petersburg
As one of the most urbanized neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay area, Downtown St. Petersburg is home to more than 5,000 people. If you would rather walk than fight for parking and be right in the action of a bustling city, the downtown area might be just the one for you.
Just west of downtown St. Petersburg, Historic Kenwood has earned its place on the national Register of Historic Places for having one of the highest concentrations of bungalows in Florida. This neighborhood is great for the enthusiastic fixer-upper who is interested in living in a community where homeowners share their ideas on fixing up older homes and then show them off at BungalowFest, a two-day tour of homes and gardens in November that celebrates the area’s rich architecture.
As Tampa’s “Latin Quarter,” Ybor is about a mile from downtown and features strong ethnic food and culture left behind from the Cuban, Italian and Spanish immigrants who settled there.
For a contemporary, trendy, lifestyle where work, home and play can be mere steps from each other, the SoHo/Hyde Park area is for you. The community merges a variety of entertainment options with elegant loft living and South Tampa’s nearby affluent metropolitan community: Hyde Park.
Because we’ve been here for 25 years we know the best neighborhoods and how to help you find the house that suits your lifestyle. Come see us to get started with your search today. Our professionals would be happy to talk with you by phone as well.