Tampa, FL

Find Apartments for Rent in Tampa, FL

Tampa is one of the easiest major cities to find an apartment in. There are many large complexes throughout the city that handle leasing on site, and you can often take the keys on the same day if your search is on a short time frame. One of the best things about Tampa is its rich history, diverse economy, and several large universities mean there's a wide range of apartments available to perfectly match your budget and tastes.

Top Neighborhoods in Tampa, FL

Historic Ybor City and Hyde Park provide upscale living near the city center while providing resident's with a taste of Tampa's culture. Bayshore is another trendy neighborhood that provides excellent recreational opportunities with miles of long sidewalks along the Hillsborough Bay. South Tampa provides more affordable housing options, and is just a short commute away from MacDill Air Force Base. For those looking to get away from the city center, Westchase provides more suburban living while still having plenty of things to do nearby.

Cultural Attractions in Tampa, FL 

A large part of Tampa was built on the backs of Ybor City's cigar workers. Today Ybor is still home to many historic factories and buildings and is also a center for the city's nightlife with Centro Ybor. Channelside is a large entertainment, dining and retail destination along the city's water front. It also plays a large role in the city's annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival. Lowry Park Zoo is an important destination for local families. It is an excellent small zoo with many attractions geared towards children and has been voted the #1 zoo by Parents Magazine.

Shopping in Tampa, FL

Tampa is home to all the big box stores and has four malls — International Plaza, Westshore Plaza, Citrus Park Mall, and University Mall. This may be disappointing to those who like small independent shops, but it means virtually everything you might need is just a quick drive away. For grocery shopping, Publix has earned a cult following among most residents for its wide selection and emphasis on customer service.

Sports in Tampa, FL 

Tampa is a great destination for sports fans. It has three major league teams with the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, MLB's Tampa Bay Rays, and NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning. College fans can cheer on teams from the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. The area also plays host to several teams during MLB's Spring Training. This includes the New York Yankees who play at Legends Field. Legends field is also the summer home of the minor league Tampa Yankees.

Transportation Options in Tampa, FL 

Having a car is essential to living in Tampa. Other than a short trolley line running through the tourist section of the city, there are no viable public transportation options. HART has worked to increase bus service in recent years, but the scheduling and routing make it very difficult to rely on. Those looking to get out of the city will be happy to learn that Tampa International Airport has direct flights to many major cities and is a very easy airport for fliers to navigate.

Drivers should take note — needing a car in Tampa does not mean Tampa is car friendly. Its commuter lifestyle means the major expressways are jammed during rush hour. Just before Downtown Tampa is the interchange between Interstates 4 and 275. This interchange has the name Malfunction Junction for its almost daily ability to slow traffic to a crawl. Workers should carefully consider their potential commute before choosing an apartment.

Weather in Tampa, FL 

Tampa is known as the Lightning Capital of the World for good reason. During the summer, there are afternoon thunderstorms almost every day. Although they are frequently strong, they pass quickly and help cool off the city as it heads into the evening hours. There is hot weather for most of the year with spring and fall temperatures frequently rising into the 80s and summer highs staying above 90 most of the time. An abundance of central air conditioning helps residents barely feel it. Winters generally bring a few freezing mornings that quickly turn into shorts and sandals weather by lunch time.

62 Neighborhoods in Tampa, FL

  • Al Lopez Park

    Located in northwest Tampa, just minutes from Raymond James Stadium and Tampa Airport, Al Lopez Park consist of an area of less than one square mile. The neighborhood has a small population of just over 770 people. With downtown Tampa neighborhood only six miles away, Al Lopez Park's boundaries include Dale Mabry HWY (US-92) on the west, Himes Ave on the east and Hillsborough Avenue on the north.

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  • Ballast Point

    Ballast Point hugs the shoreline of Hillsborough Bay along the South Tampa peninsula. The southern edge of the neighborhood borders MacDill Air Force Base, which consumes most of the southern tip of the peninsula. Residents of Ballast Point enjoy a waterfront lifestyle filled with boating and fishing. Many who don't work on the base commute to nearby Tampa, which is just six miles to the northeast. After choosing your Ballast Point apartment, you may find yourself heading downtown to the Amalie Arena to cheer on the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning or to catch a concert.

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  • Bay Crest Park

    Residents take pride in the peaceful atmosphere of the Bay Crest Park community. Clean and convenient, Bay Crest Park provides housing for all ages.

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  • Bay Port Colony

    The Bay Port Colony neighborhood in Central Tampa sits peacefully surrounded by the blue waters of Mobbly Bay, with residents who enjoy the many benefits of bayside community life.

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  • Bayside West

    The Bayside West neighborhood of South Tampa, Florida provides residents with the best of beach living, as the community sits right on the shores of Tampa Bay, allowing for clean air, perfect views, and a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.

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  • Beach Park

    Located along Old Tampa Bay, the waterfront community of Beach Park is minutes south off Interstate 275. With large homes perched on lush lawns, oak trees dripping with moss, and palm trees swaying in the breeze, Beach Park is a beautiful neighborhood. In addition to water activities like boating and fishing, residents living in Beach Park have access to three parks, including Cypress Point Park, which provides a boardwalk, a canoe dock, hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, a beach, and basketball courts. In addition to a resort-like feel, Beach Park provides fast commutes, located just five miles west of downtown Tampa.

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  • Carrollwood Village

    Carrollwood Village offers a self-contained feel, providing plenty of shops, entertainment, and restaurants within the neighborhood. Located about 20 minutes from downtown Tampa, Carrollwood Village allows easy access to downtown amenities while offering residents a peaceful suburban feel. The three separate residential phases in Carrollwood Village offer single-family homes, townhouses, and condos for rent. Each phase maintains its own homeowner's association to maintain a welcoming, enjoyable neighborhood.

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  • Carver City-Lincoln Gardens

    The Carver City-Lincoln Gardens neighborhood sits within the city of Tampa, roughly 4 miles from the city center. The area nestles itself within Hillsborough County and has a population of over 2,000 people. Bordered by Tampa International Airport to the north and Interstate 275 to the southeast, the area lies within proximity of many local restaurants and shops, along with parks and world-class museums. The low cost of living and year-round beautiful weather attract those who dwell here, and the strong school system takes pride in high graduation rates.

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  • Channel District

    The Channel District community in South Tampa, Florida, provides the best of both worlds to its residents, as they enjoy immediate access to shopping, entertainment and more while living within minutes of the Ybor Channel. Located within 2 miles of downtown Tampa, the community consists of high-rise apartment buildings, condominiums and renovated lofts that allow for spectacular views of the city and surrounding waters.

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  • Courier City-Oscawana

    The Courier City-Oscawana neighborhood, just east of downtown Tampa, provides an inviting neighborhood of homes and apartments. The abundance of schools, libraries, and parks within walking distance of most residents, and the availability of medical services from Memorial Hospital of Tampa at the far western edge of the area, attracts families. The neighborhood's proximity to Tampa Bay makes Courier City-Oscawana ideal for commuters, and the University of Tampa, just to the east, makes it an ideal place for students to live and commute to campus.

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  • Cypress Meadows

    The Cypress Meadows community in the Carrollwood area of Tampa, known for its proximity to Brushy Creek and Lake Heather, provides residents with a peaceful and secure atmosphere with the added benefit of being centrally located in the Carrollwood area, just 10 miles from downtown Tampa. The community consists of single-family homes, condominiums and apartments, allowing for a diverse group of residents.

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  • Davis Islands

    Harbors dotted with yachts, palm trees lining the streets, water lapping against the shore -- get away from it all with a move to Davis Islands! Located just south of downtown Tampa, the island connects to downtown with two bridges, both on the north side of Davis Islands. Locals enjoy the island lifestyle with an easy commute downtown. Soak in Mediterranean inspiration in the island's architecture, which features Florida-style and ranch homes for rent along with apartment complexes.

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  • Downtown

    Downtown Tampa puts you in the middle of the action, with entertainment options within walking distance of most apartments. Amalie Arena sits on the south end of downtown, where sports fans can catch a hockey or football game or enjoy concerts from big-star musicians. If you enjoy powerful theater performances, visit the Straz Center, particularly when it shows Broadway plays.

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  • Drew Park

    Drew Park takes its identity from Drew Field, the former name of the Tampa International Airport, and many residents of the neighborhood head to the airport's Friday Flight series every week to enjoy a drink and some live music. Mid-century single-family homes stand side by side with newer apartment buildings in this neighborhood that typically features affordable rents only six miles from the Tampa city center.

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  • East Side Commercial Area

    The Tampa Bypass Canal runs through the East Side Commercial Area, providing residents with their water supply as well as recreational activities that include boating, paddling, fishing, and hiking along the banks. Still considered the industrial center of the city, the East Side Commercial Area of Tampa hosts a variety of manufacturing companies, and many residents look for apartments in this Tampa neighborhood to be close to work. Other residents choose this neighborhood because it is just six miles from downtown, with an easy commute into Tampa via I-4.

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  • East Tampa

    The East Tampa area comprises three neighborhoods: Jackson Heights, College Hill and Belmont Heights. All are under the auspices of the City of Tampa — the county seat of Hillsborough County and the largest city in the West Central Florida region.

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  • Fairoaks Manhattan Manor

    The neighborhood of Fairoaks Manhattan Manor sits comfortably in South Tampa, Florida. One of the few local neighborhoods that does not touch the water, the other local neighborhoods such as Belmar Shore, Virginia Park and Bayshore completely surround Fairoaks Manhattan Manor. Apartments and condominiums make up most of the area, however many commercial businesses are found along Route 92 and the Selmon Expressway.

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  • Forest Hills

    Ten minutes north of Downtown Tampa, Forest Hills is a popular residential neighborhood with a variety of apartments and homes for rent. Because of its proximity to Highway 580 and I-275, residents living in Forest Hills can easily travel by car through the rest of the metro area.

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  • Greater Carrollwood

    Located in the northern section of Tampa, Greater Carrollwood houses thousands of residents. People love this area of town because of its location next to Lake Carroll and the wonderful combination of urban living mixed with a gorgeous landscape. Carrollwood is perfect for people who love a big city that retains a small city feel.

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  • Greater Egypt Lake-Leto

    Wide lawns and plenty of shady trees characterize suburban Lake Egypt-Leto. Two freshwater lakes, Egypt and Leto, give their names to the surrounding community. An unincorporated area just north of Tampa International airport, Egypt Lake-Leto lies about six miles northwest of Tampa's city center. With a population over 35,000, it offers lots of local amenities and a relatively low cost of living.

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  • Greater Egypt Lake-Leto North

    The Greater Egypt Lake-Leto North community provides residents with the many benefits of suburban living, as its central location allows for the perfect combination of comfort and convenience. Surrounded by the waters of White Trout Lake and Twin Lake, this quiet, family-friendly neighborhood resides within close proximity to multiple schools, and parks, with the added perk of being located just seven miles from downtown Tampa and a few miles north of the Tampa International Airport. Housing options in the Greater Egypt Lake-Leto North community include single-family dwellings, apartment housing, condos, and townhouses.

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  • Greater Town 'n' Country West

    Town 'n' Country sits just 12 miles west of downtown Tampa. This reasonably close proximity to downtown, as well as even closer proximity to the Tampa International Airport, makes Town 'n' Country a popular commuter town. With its rich cultural diversity, beachside location and reasonably low cost of living, it is easy to see why Town 'n' Country has been a popular location for over 50 years.

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  • Harbour Island

    You've always wanted to live on a tropical island, where palm trees and salty breezes are topped only by dazzling sunsets over the water. But if you work, an island paradise is out of reach -- right? Not so fast -- Harbour Island has it all -- from swaying palm trees to ocean air. But this island is connected to Downtown Tampa by the Harbour Island Bridge and Beneficial Drive, so you can be in the heart of the city within minutes for work or to cheer on the Tampa Bay Lightning NHL team at Amalie Arena, tour the Tampa Bay History Center, attend classes at the University of Tampa, or enjoy an event at the Tampa Convention Center.

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  • Highland Park/Tampa Downs

    Oak-tree-lined streets and quaint small businesses make the Highland Park and Tampa Downs area an excellent place for both growing families and professionals to call home. Located approximately a 30-minute drive northwest from Downtown Tampa and a 40-minute drive north of St. Petersburg, this deed-restricted neighborhood lies in a central location to beautiful beaches, big city excitement and a diverse cultural arena.

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  • Historic Ybor

    When you live in Historic Ybor in the city of Tampa, you're living in a National Historic Landmark District that has been beautifully preserved. Almost every street contains restaurants and nightlife, and the 1920s brick buildings have been meticulously restored, with Ybor City's 7th Avenue chosen as one of the 10 best streets in America by the American Planning Association. Indulge in authentic Cuban cuisine at popular hot spots such as the Columbia and El Puerto restaurants or the Carne Chop House.

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  • Hyde Park North

    One of the oldest communities in Tampa, Hyde Park North has come onto the radar of those seeking to take advantage of the neighborhood’s position, which connects two of the better known areas of the city, Hype Park to the south and West Tampa on the north.

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  • Lake Magdalene

    Residents living in the Lake Magdalene suburb of Tampa, Fla., experience a little slice of paradise every day, as this peaceful waterfront community is surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Lake Magdalene and Sweetwater Creek.

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  • Lowry Park North

    Residents of the Lowry Park North community in Tampa, Florida savor the many benefits of living in a perfect location as this peaceful neighborhood sits only six miles away from downtown Tampa and just minutes away from White Trout Lake and the Lowry Park Zoo.

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  • North Forest Hills

    Residents of North Forest Hills, a lake-filled neighborhood located ten miles north of central Tampa, commute only 20 minutes to jobs downtown. Apartments and single-family homes for rent fill the landscape of this residential community, and some provide their occupants with spectacular lakeside views.

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  • North Hyde Park

    Focused redevelopment and an influx of new residents has turned the North Hyde Park neighborhood of Tampa into a popular place to live. New apartments and condo complexes stand side-by-side with older buildings to attract renters. The neighborhood's proximity to the University of Tampa makes it ideal for students, faculty, and staff, with I-275 and the Selmon Expressway providing easy access to downtown Tampa.

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  • North Tampa

    The neighborhood of North Tampa sits eight miles directly north of downtown Tampa on I-275. North Tampa is roughly two miles southwest of the University of South Florida, roughly a mile from University Mall, two miles northwest of Busch Gardens theme park, and roughly three miles west of Adventure Island water park. With no end to the nearby entertainment, North Tampa residents are also near Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo, Rogers Park Golf Course, and Grand Prix Tampa. When you want Florida's white-sand beaches, head roughly 20 miles west to Honeymoon Island State Park and Caladesi Island State Park, where you can enjoy shelling, beachcombing, sunbathing, swimming, fishing, paddle-boarding, and more.

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  • Northdale

    Northdale, Florida burrows itself in Hillsborough County, encompassing 8 miles of land and 1 mile of water. This unincorporated section of the county lies 15 miles north of Tampa's city center. The convenient local amenities and stable housing market attract visitors who call Northdale home. The strong educational system with high graduation rates makes the area attractive to those with children. The sunny, year-round weather draws people in and never lets them go.

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  • Northeast MacFarlane

    Northeast MacFarlane rests four miles northeast of Tampa, Florida's city center in Hillsborough County. Legends Field, the New York Yankees spring training site and home of the Tampa Yankees minor league baseball team, sits just north of the neighborhood. Raymond James Stadium, home of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers also lies north of Northeast MacFarlane. Catch a game, or simply take advantage of the convenient local amenities. The low cost of living and stable housing market attract those in search of a permanent home, and the year-round, sunny weather draws people in and makes them residents.

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  • Oak Grove Area

    Oak Grove, a small suburban neighborhood about 6 miles northwest of downtown Tampa, lies just east of the Tampa International Airport. Oak Grove radiates small-town appeal within the boundaries of the city. Homes nestle in the shade of spreading oak trees in friendly neighborhoods, and all of the nearby amenities of Florida living keep residents content.

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  • Oakford Park

    The bay to the left of you, the city to the right -- Oakford Park's location couldn't be any better. Situated about three miles from Downtown Tampa and three miles from Old Tampa Bay, Oakford Park apartments give you the best of Central Florida. Enjoy easy access to I-275, Raymond James Stadium (cheer on the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers!), and Tampa International Airport. Head into Downtown Tampa and cheer on the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning at the Amalie Arena. The white-sand beaches along Florida's Gulf Coast are just 20 miles west -- just take Highway 60 and soon you'll be enjoying an afternoon of beachcombing, paddle-boarding, and swimming.

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  • Old Seminole Heights

    Historical charm floods the tree-lined streets of Old Seminole Heights in Tampa, Florida, a neighborhood that includes two separate U.S. Historic Districts plus many individual residences on the historic register. Choose from single-family homes and townhomes at affordable rents, with some meticulously restored homes dating back 100 years.

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  • Orient Park

    One of many eclectic neighborhoods that reflect Florida’s rich cultural heritage, Orient Park lies just 14 minutes from downtown Tampa. The restaurant scene offers a wide variety of cuisines, from dishes at the Mangu Latin Cafe to old-fashioned barbecue at Sarge’s Smokehouse BBQ to Mediterranean favorites at the Grape Leaf Express, while those into lighter fare enjoy Green Island Frozen Yogurt & Tea Bar.

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  • Outer Central Tampa

    Outer Central Tampa lies about 16 miles from downtown Tampa. The area houses the Tampa International Airport, so business travelers find the location convenient. Besides the airport, Outer Central Tampa serves as a busy suburban/urban area known for its waterfronts, aquarium and Latin food. This neighborhood is home to many restaurants and shops with an international flavor.

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  • Outer Northeast Tampa

    Nestled between the peaceful waters of Crystal Springs and Trout Creek sits the Outer Northeast Tampa community, an area consisting of the two unincorporated towns of Temple Terrace and Thonotosassa. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds, as this unique suburban community lies comfortably surrounded by beautiful nature areas, creeks and parks yet lies just 9 miles from downtown Tampa.

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  • Outer Southeast Tampa

    The outer southeast Tampa area features the top-rated resort destination of Apollo Beach, which lies 17 miles southeast of downtown Tampa and 38 miles southeast of St Petersburg, directly across the waters of Tampa Bay. With white sand beaches and warm, year-round subtropical temperatures, this neighborhood has major appeal to those looking for a quiet neighborhood in Tampa.

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  • Palma Vista

    Residents of the Palma Vista neighborhood in Tampa, Florida enjoy the relaxing vibe of coastal life on a regular basis, as this beach community resides within walking distance of Bayshore Boulevard, also referred to as the longest sidewalk in the entire world. Many of the homes and apartments in Palma Vista provide beautiful views of the West Bay, and the area's proximity to Interstate 275 makes it convenient to travel the seven miles into downtown Tampa.

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  • Pinecrest West Park

    A quiet suburban community about seven miles northwest of downtown Tampa, Pinecrest West Park features the natural beauty of trees and other greenery, along with easy access to the rest of the city courtesy of Routes 92 and 580. You can find most of the shopping and entertainment options near those two streets. The neighborhood has a nice mix of single-story houses and apartment complexes. At the heart of the neighborhood, West Park is ideal for dog owners. This park features a five-acre, off-leash dog park with areas for large and small breeds. The park also contains a playground, ball fields, and picnic areas.

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  • Plantation

    Beautiful, tall palm trees, friendly neighborhoods, excellent recreation facilities and a thriving business district make the neighborhood of Plantation in Tampa, Florida, a desirable location for young professionals and families. Centrally located on Brookgreen Drive, about 11 miles from downtown Tampa, this neighborhood lies in the small town of Carrollwood in Hillsborough County.

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  • Port Tampa City

    Port Tampa City sits just 10 miles southwest of Tampa, Florida in Hillsborough County. The neighborhood nestles itself on the western end of the Interbay Peninsula. Many call Port Tampa City home due to the low cost of living and high income per capita. The strong educational system boasts high graduation rates, and the sunny year-round weather turns visitors into residents. The neighborhood also encompasses MacDill Air Force Base, home to US Special Operations Command. Nearby parks and shopping along with restaurants and entertainment venues make this neighborhood a very livable area in Tampa.

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  • South Seminole Heights

    South Seminole Heights attracts a variety of people, from families and students to hipsters, artists, and professionals, looking for affordable housing. The area's food, nightlife, and shopping reflects its cultural and socioeconomic diversity, so the neighborhood has something for everyone. South Seminole Heights lies only nine miles from downtown, which is ideal for those who work in the business district but don't necessarily want to live directly in the hustle and bustle. Those who want more space for their money compared to downtown also find South Seminole Heights to be both economical and convenient.

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  • Sulphur Springs

    The Sulphur Springs sits in Tampa, Florida, surrounded by the Hillsborough River with scenic views of Rogers Park Golf Course. The neighborhood was named after the water well located next to the area's historic water tower. Locals appreciate living in this quiet, residential neighborhood while still being just five miles north of downtown Tampa.

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  • Sun Bay South

    Sun Bay South sits seven miles southwest of Tampa, Florida in Hillsborough County. The neighborhood's proximity to South Tampa means locals have their choice of nearby amenities. Residents reach restaurants and bars, along with parks and shops within a few miles. All of these amazing features and a low cost of living attract people to the neighborhood. Locals rave about Sun Bay South's gorgeous year-round weather and strong school system. Visitors often become residents after experiencing a taste of life in Sun Bay South.

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  • Tampa Heights

    History buffs get a kick out of Tampa Heights, established as Tampa’s first suburb in the 1880s and now a National Historic District. Take the family to Water Works Park next to the Hillsborough River and enjoy a day in the sun. Afterwards, enjoy a meal at the local restaurant hotspot, Ulele. This restaurant serves a variety of dishes and homemade brews to satisfy the whole dinner party.

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  • Tampa Palms

    Tampa Palms lies about 20 miles northeast of downtown Tampa, just north of the University of South Florida campus. As a mixed-use, planned community, Tampa Palms features homes, shops, offices, churches, recreational facilities, schools and dining establishments all within its borders. With easy access to highways, a family-friendly vibe, an impressive park system and a wide array of housing options, Tampa Palms offers its 10,000 residents a laid-back, yet still convenient, alternative to living downtown.

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  • Temple Crest East

    Residents of the Temple Crest East neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, enjoy the multiple benefits that waterfront life has to offer. Comfortably surrounded by Tampa Bay and Hillsborough Bay, the community is within walking distance to some of the best beaches and fishing spots in the city and is close to the Hillsborough River.

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  • Temple Terrace

    The Temple Terrace neighborhood nestles itself between the Hillsborough River and highways I-75, I-4 and I-275. This North Tampa region has easy access to Sarasota beaches as well as the busy city of Orlando. For those who thrive off roller coasters, Busch Gardens lies only 2 miles west of Temple Terrace.

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  • Terrace Park

    The Terrace Park neighborhood rests adjacent to the University of South Florida campus 10 miles north east of downtown. This urban residential community provides plenty of amenities and a high quality of life for a diverse population of about 9,000 residents. The area is an ideal location for students, faculty, and staff at the University of South Florida.

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  • University Square

    University Park lies 9 miles north of Tampa, 2 miles from the University of South Florida (USF) and approximately 20 minutes from Tampa International Airport. Due to its close proximity to parks, attractions, Old Tampa Bay, downtown Tampa and the USF, this neighborhood ranks at the top of the list for those seeking the idyllic enclave. This district of Tampa has earned the reputation for being close to all of the local action while maintaining safety and stable economic growth.

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  • Upper Tampa Bay Park

    Those looking for luxury suburban living with outdoor adventures, shopping and entertainment nearby find it all in Upper Tampa Bay Park. Located 15 miles northwest of downtown Tampa and 28 miles north of downtown St. Petersburg, residents enjoy access to both urban areas for shopping and entertainment. Families appreciate the suburban living in the white collar, deed-restricted community. The nearby Veterans Expressway keeps the area connected, while nearby parks and restaurants keep people in Upper Tampa Bay Park entertained.

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  • Uptown Tampa

    Uptown Tampa, sometimes referred to as the River Arts district, lies just east of the Hillsborough River in the western sub-district of Downtown Tampa. Residents cite the ease of transportation, local parks, and close proximity to businesses, nightlife and culture as the primary reasons for living here. Across the Hillsborough River from the University of Tampa, students and faculty find an easy commute by living here.

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  • Wellswood

    Wellswood, a middle-class neighborhood within the city limits of Tampa, sits fewer than 5 miles north of downtown. Most of the 4,000 people who call the neighborhood home have high praise for life in Wellswood. They value the nearby amenities such as shopping and restaurants, as well as the convenience of public transportation and the high rankings of local schools and the county library system. The sunny weather as well as the relatively low cost of living also make life here attractive.

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  • West Bay

    Residents of the West Bay community in Tampa, Florida enjoy the best of both worlds, as this centrally-located bayside community lies within minutes of Double Branch Bay, surrounded by beautiful lakes and rivers, with the added convenience of being located just 11 miles from downtown Tampa.

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  • West Meadows

    The exclusive West Meadows community in Tampa, Florida consists of 12 separate villages filled with single-family homes and townhouses, each village with its own unique design style and architecture. Located 20 miles from downtown Tampa, West Meadows provides quick access to job centers downtown. Residents love the warm weather and the benefits of living in a master-planned community with multiple amenities and convenient access to shopping, parks, golf courses and restaurants.

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  • West Riverfront

    The West Riverfront neighborhood lies 1 mile west of Tampa, Florida. As a section in Hillsborough county, the area attracts many due to its convenient local amenities and beautiful, year-round weather. The low cost of living and stable housing market draw people to the neighborhood and turns them into residents. Locals take pleasure in the variety of shopping opportunities and wideselection of dining options. Many appreciate the outdoor recreational possibilities at nearby parks. Overall, West Riverfront rates as an extremely livable community in the city of Tampa.

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  • West Tampa

    The apartments and condos of West Tampa provide a dynamic place for residents. The neighborhood sits within easy reach of downtown Tampa and the West Shore business district, allowing for easy commutes, and many of the original 1920s cigar factories now enjoy life as art galleries and office buildings, adding charm to the area.

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  • Westchase

    The Westchase suburb of Tampa, which sits about seven miles northwest of downtown Tampa and five miles northeast of Clearwater, is a master-planned community that includes a wide variety of gated neighborhoods, each with its own style and vibe. Modern condos and upscale apartments put renters in the heart of this far-flung neighborhood, which includes shops, restaurants, and services all within its confines.

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  • Westmont Oaks/Green Grass Acres

    Located approximately 28 miles from downtown St. Petersburg and 15 miles from downtown Tampa, Westmont Oaks and Green Grass Acres provide a sought-after community atmosphere. These neighborhoods attract residents who enjoy being near the big city but still appreciate a quiet close-knit rural area where you know your neighbors.

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