The Tampa Bay area is geographically spread out from down to the Ruskin area all the way to Clearwater and St Petersburg. There are tons of ‘towns’ throughout, each with its own individual character. Here are some quick snapshots of some towns in Tampa Bay.
First of all, South Tampa has historic homes, townhouses, condos, and luxury lofts. Everything from festivals to live music and an active nightlife.
Ybor City. Ybor has “modern and renovated condos, townhouses, and lofts.” Ybor also has restaurants’ and shopping. Looking for the business district? Downtown Tampa is your place. It offers lofts and high rises for places to live in, and with places of interest to see, like the children’s museum.
North Tampa is filled with development and new construction homes. Retail is starting to fill in the areas along the State Road 54 corridor. Towns like Trinity, Land O’ Lakes and Lutz are seeing explosive growth.
Similarly, If you want suburban/residential, then you like these areas, New Tampa has lots of ranch-style houses and “family-friendly neighborhoods.”
Brandon is a “Typical suburban community” and it has “everything from apartments to homes.” It’s like any place, depending on where you live will depend on how quiet the community is, or if you are near restaurants, shopping, and bars.”
Lithia/Fishhawk Ranch “offers condos, townhouses, ranch-style, and new bungalow-style housing in basically all price ranges, and is a very family-oriented community.” It is a long drive to the hot spots like South Tampa, Ybor, and Channelside.”
Finally, there is Plant City. Plant City is known for peace and quiet because the houses are further apart.
Which place or neighborhood would you choose from each town?