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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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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Tampa, FL is $815 for a studio, $878 for one bedroom, and $1,208 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Tampa has decreased by -2.1% in the past year.

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Ratings

71 Walk Score® Very Walkable
35 Transit Score® Some Transit
58 Bike Score® Bikeable

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Restaurants

When you want to dine out, several options sit within one mile of Northeast MacFarlane in the West Tampa neighborhood. Locals frequent West Tampa Sandwich Shop when they want a scrumptious sandwich, breakfast or brunch. Regulars rave about the deviled crab sandwich and the Cuban sandwich along with the scrambled egg special with cafe con leche for breakfast.

Another favorite among residents, La Teresita Restaurant, features Cuban dishes that make mouths water. Customers keep coming back for the oxtails and yellow rice with plantains and the black bean soup. Others indulge in the pollo asado accompanied with rice and beans.

Sushi lovers dine at Soho Sushi for fresh sushi rolls, including the volcano roll and Florida roll. The crab rangoon and miso soup make delectable options as well.

Grab a beer and enjoy the nightlife that lies within a couple of miles of the neighborhood. Ducky's Sports Lounge is the perfect spot to watch your favorite sports teams play on one of the many televisions. Regulars also love playing a few games of mini-bowling with friends while slugging down some ice cold brews. When you want to participate in happy hour, head to The Outpost Tap House + Tavern. The bar has a wide-selection of beers at affordable prices. Locals frequent Rick's on the River on Fridays and Saturdays for live music from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Listen to bands play while you hang out with some buddies and sip on a bloody Mary or an ice-cold brew.

History

Northeast MacFarlane sits in the city of Tampa, thereby sharing in its noteworthy history. The Native American tribes were the first to dwell in the area, but outbreaks of yellow fever caused turmoil and loss of lives. Poorly developed transportation links did not allow for newcomers; however, the land began to evolve during the 1880s and effective railroads were built. This greatly increased industrial production and trade, which attracted new people. By the end of the 19th century, Tampa had a burst in population, and it has not digressed since. It remains a major trading post and home to commercial wealth.

Less than 5 miles from Northeast MacFarlane, history buffs enjoy learning more about the area's history at the Tampa Bay History Center. Residents have the opportunity to experience the local arts scene at the Tampa Museum of Art where they view traveling exhibits and abstract art, along with photography pieces.

Transportation

Nearly 80 percent of Northeast Macfarlane residents drive their own vehicles when navigating around the area. Locals park for free in the neighborhood, but expect to pay parking fees when visiting downtown Tampa. Commuters reach Tampa's city center in a quick 8 minutes via Interstate 275. Those who opt for public transportation have access to the MetroRapid bus system. When you need to catch a cab from the neighborhood, call ahead, or set up a ride with Uber. Busier streets do not yield safe conditions for bikers and walkers, so pedestrians should opt for the paved bike trails that run through the area.

Cost

Northeast Macfarlane's cost of living checks in at 4 percent lower than Tampa's average cost of living, making the neighborhood a cost-effective option. Rent a one-bedroom residence for approximately $788 per month. When utilizing the MetroRapid bus system, riders spend $2 for a one-way trip. Filling up at the pump costs 1 percent less than the national average, and locals pay between $5 and $8 for a beer at a neighborhood pub.

Shopping

Less than 2 miles away, shoppers have their pick of upscale shops and chain stores along with department stores. Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, as well as Kate Spade and Louis Vuitton are only a few of the shopping options.

Some residents opt for boutique shopping in order to support local businesses and to find unique merchandise. A Haley Boutique acts as the neighborhood's gem featuring trendy, chic women's clothing. Browse around and discover casual and dressy options for every budget. Residents also enjoy shopping at Penelope T for designer women's clothing such as dresses, tops and blouses. The amazing shoe selection and exclusive jewelry pieces keep customers coming back for more.

The closest farmers market lies 4 miles away in Ybor City. Ybor City Saturday Market showcases handmade items including soaps, paintings and glass beads along with fresh produce and tasty bakery. The market hosts the annual Cupcake Festival where locals can sample yummy cupcakes from area bakeries. Those who prefer to shop at a supermarket have access to Publix just 3 miles from the neighborhood in West Tampa.

Parks

Catch some fresh air and recreational fun at neighborhood parks. Macfarlane Park has a free, kid-friendly playground and a sandbox to keep the little ones entertained. Relax in the shaded area or have a picnic at one of the pavilions. Get some exercise while playing a game of tennis or racquetball. The park welcomes dogs, so feel free to bring the pooch along. Locals attend the Flavor of West Tampa annual food and music event held at the park in November.

Al Lopez Park houses a play area for children and pavilions perfect for family gatherings. Relax and enjoy nature, or go for a walk or jog with the pooch on the paved path that circles the 132-acre property. Two ponds lie on the grounds allowing locals to take part in a little fishing. The park hosts an annual Easter egg hunt and 5k races throughout the year.

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Apartments for Rent in Northeast Macfarlane, Tampa, FL

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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