Hillsborough County


South Tampa

Home to one of Tampa’s most sought after and historic areas. This area is nestled between Downtown Tampa, Tampa International Airport and all 3 bridges connecting Tampa with Clearwater and St. Petersburg. South Tampa offers a community built upon generations of generations of families calling this home. This peninsula jutting out into the bay encompasses historic Hyde park, Palma Ceia, Davis Islands, and ballast point, as well as some of the best restaurants in all of Florida. Community and tradition are a cornerstone, hosting the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival.


Westchase and Town and Country

This suburban area offers a quieter community while still offering a quick commute to Tampa and Pinellas county. Located just west of Tampa with a well-connected road network and easy access to TIA.


Brandon and Riverview

This booming suburb just east of Tampa is quickly growing from a bedroom community to Tampa’s next entertainment destination.


Carrollwood

If you’re looking to get away from city life but still be close enough for an easy commute, this is your area. Just north of busy south Tampa, this bedroom community give you the quiet you desire while still being easily accessible to amentias such as Raymond James Stadium, TIA, and Downtown Tampa.


Downtown

The heart of the action. One of the main business districts of the Tampa Bay area. This area holds big ticket amentias including Amalie Arena, home of the Tampa Bay Lightning, The Tampa Convention Center, the Straz Center for the performing arts, The Tampa River Walk, the newly redesigned Sparkman wharf in the channel district. All in either walking distance or use the free Street car line straight through down town to Ybor City.


Ybor

This historic area filled renovated cigar factories turned flats, this neighborhood has seen a renaissance from the days of cigar rolling to one of the biggest entertainment areas in the bay area. Ybor City boasts an exciting nightlife while still holding onto is cultural roots that helped shape the Tampa we know today.