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Residents of the Trinity community in Tampa, Florida revel in the multiple benefits of living in a secure master-planned community. Located just minutes away from the Saint Joseph Sound, beautiful parks, lakes and golf courses surround the neighborhood.

Residents of the Trinity community enjoy having convenient access to several shopping plazas and popular eateries, as many establishments are within walking distance or just a short drive away. From friendly residents and lovely homes to amazing lakeside views and beautiful landscapes, Trinity has everything you could ask for and more when it comes to secure, community living.


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As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Trinity, FL is $1,251 for one bedroom, $1,635 for two bedrooms, and $1,702 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Trinity has increased by 11.5% in the past year.

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When it comes to dining out and nightlife, Trinity residents enjoy the convenience of living within a short distance of several popular establishments located along State Road 54 and Trinity Boulevard.

When locals have a craving for tasty pizza, they head over to Trinity Boulevard and visit Brick Oven Pizza and Ristorante. You can't go wrong with specialty gourmet pizzas such as the Bianca, a 10-inch sauceless masterpiece topped with olive oil, mozzarella, ricotta and garlic. If you're on the hunt for delicious sushi, locals recommend Ichiban Sushi on State Road 54. Ichiban's regulars rave over the restaurant's wide selection of sushi options, as well as its spectacular customer service and sparkling clean dining room. If you're feeling festive, try the Happy Together platter, a melt-in-your-mouth meal of yellow tail rainbow rolls filled with avocado, snow crab and cucumber.

For a hearty steak dinner, check out Pappas Ranch on State Road 54. With a large rustic dining room, locals praise the signature menu items, such as crabcake fritters, pomegranate-peppercorn pork chops and, of course, its steaks. With the best steaks in town, it's no surprise that Pappas has an abundance of repeat customers. Make sure to pace yourself, as your meal simply won't be complete without a slice of homemade deep-dish Key lime pie.

For a night of football, drinks and tasty pub fare, local sports enthusiasts recommend Brew House 19, located just off of U.S. Highway 19. With sink-or-swim drink specials, wide-screen televisions for optimal sports viewing and some of the best bartenders in town, Brew House 19 provides the perfect atmosphere for the big game.

Craft beer lovers will enjoy finding over 300 options available at The Brass Tap. Try a pint of Escape High Fen, a rich Imperial Stout from one of the local breweries. Stop by on a Wednesday for Trivia Night. On Fridays, The Brass Tap hosts live music and a speciality tapping for the brewery of the month.


The Trinity community in Pasco County, Florida was developed in the late 1980s by a man named James Gills. Trinity resides in New Port Richey, a city with a history dating back to 1911, when a portion of the area was purchased by The Port Richey Company of Brooksville, Florida. Within the same year, the Port Richey Northern Railway was constructed, followed by the development of several businesses along Franklin Street. By 1915, New Port Richey housed 100 residents, and the city continues to thrive today.

The Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery provides art classes for community residents and hosts multiple exhibits featuring the work of local artists, gallery members and students. New Port Richey also hosts a variety of cultural events, with an all-time favorite being the Chasco Fiesta, a nine-day festival that celebrates Native American culture and features a boat parade, a carnival and a coronation ball.


The residential streets and sidewalks throughout Trinity allow for safe walking and biking as long as walkers and cyclists adhere to basic road safety rules. Additionally, the city of Tampa provides over 40 miles of bikeways for residents throughout the metro area.

Taxi cabs do not circulate the neighborhoods on a regular basis. However, anyone in need of alternative transportation can book rides with Yellow Cab of Florida online or via telephone. Application-based ride services such as Lyft and Uber do not operate in the state of Florida.

Drivers can access the Interstate 275 Freeway via North Dale Mabry Highway and Florida Avenue, which makes for easy and convenient travel. Residents and visitors can park for free on certain residential streets between the hours specified on the neighborhood's parking enforcement signs, as well as utilize paid parking meters where available. Certain gated communities require that drivers obtain temporary parking permits if they wish to park on the enclosed residential streets for extended periods of time.

Drivers also have the option of paying for parking with their smart phones using Tampa's Parkmobile app, a digital application that allows drivers to scan bar codes on parking meters and street signs and pay for specific blocks of parking time with their credit cards.

Residents who utilize public transportation can catch Pasco County Public Transportation (PCPT) buses at multiple pick up locations throughout the city, including Henderson Road, Howard Avenue and 15th Street.


The cost of living in Trinity, Florida exceeds the Tampa cost of living by approximately 16 percent. Renters pay an average rental rate of $970 per month for a one-bedroom apartment. Bus fare into the city center ranges between 75 cents and $1.50. When visiting a Trinity pub, expect to pay between $2.50 and $4 for a domestic or imported beer. Gas prices in Trinity are approximately 1 percent lower than the national average.


Trinity residents enjoy having convenient access to several shopping plazas located along Little Road and Mitchell Boulevard housing grocery stores, drug stores and a variety of popular retailers. For groceries, pet supplies and household items, Trinity shoppers often visit Publix, Target and Petco, all conveniently located in Mitchell Ranch Plaza on Little Road, just off of Mitchell Boulevard. The plaza also houses several popular retailers such as Marshall's, Pier One Imports and Hallmark, allowing for convenient, one-stop shopping.

For locally-grown fruits and veggies, Trinity shoppers visit the Little Road Farm Stand, open daily, as well as the Fresh Fridays Farmers Market at Railroad Square in neighboring New Port Richey. Locals rave over the Little Road Farm Stand's boiled peanuts, so make sure to get there before they run out.

For stylish women's wear, local shoppers recommend The Elan Life, a specialty boutique on Little Road, as well as Material Girl 2, a consignment boutique that locals consider heaven featuring trendy fashions and accessories at affordable prices.


Trinity residents enjoy living near several family-friendly, free-to-enter parks provided by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department. Amenities vary by location, but many parks feature picnic areas, walking trails and playground equipment.

Popular among families, Oak Ridge Park on Seven Springs Boulevard features two softball fields, picnic tables, barbecue grills and playground facilities.

Dogs and their owners enjoy visiting Meadows Dog Park on Meadowbrook Lane, with its ample roaming space for off-leash dogs, as well as a fenced-off area for the smaller pups. Fitness and sporting enthusiasts spend a lot of time at Frances Avenue Park on Frances Avenue, as this tranquil neighborhood park provides visitors with basketball courts, open playing space and river access for canoeing and kayaking.

The Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department oversees a variety of events that help to bring residents together and celebrate the community. Popular events include Curious George Bike Day in Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park, as well as the annual Mad Dash 5K and Fun Run/Walk, an annual marathon where participants dress up as their favorite "Alice in Wonderland" characters.


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