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One of the best places to live in Tampa, Florida, is the Hyde Park neighborhood. Hyde Park living offers residents a mixture

There’s nothing quite like the Gulf beaches. Sparkling crystalline sand, warm ocean breezes, and near-perfect gulf water temperatures will make your day

Until 1959, Tierra Verde was a group of undeveloped islands allegedly occupied by pirates and Indians. Then, the area was purchased with

Howard Avenue in Tampa, Florida, is a north-south running road named after Howard P. Macfarlane, the developer’s son who developed this area.

Nestled in the very heart of Tampa is the quiet, serene, and upscale community of Carrollwood. Conveniently located only 15 minutes from

In 1875, St. Petersburg was founded by General John Williams, who came down from Detroit buying 2,500 acres of land that would

Picture sugar-white sand as soft as powder, fiery sunsets, and warm water from the Gulf of Mexico. That is what you will

Named as the Sunset Capital of Florida, Pass-A-Grille, is located at the southernmost end of St. Pete Beach.  It’s a quaint beach

Centered around Snell Isle Boulevard in St. Petersburg is the classy and historic neighborhood of Snell Isle. Named after the developer, C.

Davis Island in Tampa is a great place to live!  If you’ve never heard of this area before, it got its name

From its humble beginnings over 75 years ago, the Channel District, also known as Channelside, is a fast-growing residential neighborhood in Tampa,

Seated right on the beautiful Tampa Bay is the 52-acre waterfront development called the Westshore Marina District. Long considered some of the

Running along the western shore of Hillsborough Bay is Bayshore Boulevard. Its accompanying sidewalk is 4.5 miles long and 10 feet wide

According to legend, Johns Pass was created by a devastating hurricane on September 27, 1848. A pirate named John Levique is credited

USA Today recently named The St. Petersburg Pier as the second best newest attraction in the United States!  Spreading across 26 acres

In 1938, what park was purchased from the federal government, bought back in 1941 for a gunnery and bombing range during World