Diversity. History. Culture. Healthcare. Transportation. Employment opportunities. And don't forget the weather. Ask locals why Tampa is the best place to live and work, and those are just a handful of the answers you'll get.
With a cost of living 5% lower than the national average, the reasons to call Tampa home are seemingly endless. So, if you are looking to find a home or condo in the Tampa area, it's best to know where to look.
Here are a handful of the Tampa area's best neighborhoods for planting your roots:
Photo of Palma Ceia Neighborhood
Located in Hillsborough County, Palma Ceia is a favorite among families and young professionals. Its sparse suburban feel is defined by a myriad of restaurants, coffee shops and parks. The public schools here are among the top-ranked in the county. | Learn More
Photo of Hyde Park Neighborhood
Situated on Bayshore Boulevard in Hillsborough County, Hyde Park is one of Tampa’s most historic neighborhoods. With easy access to fine dining, shopping and nightlife, it offers a strong sense of community, complemented by highly rated public schools and walkability. | Learn More
Downtown Tampa Skyline
With its waterfront access, green spaces and community venues, there is always something happening downtown Tampa. The district continues to evolve with more connected downtown neighborhoods that have outdoor spaces for dining, retail, and spaces for music and cultural events. The rapidly growing Water Street is bringing more opportunities for downtown residents along with rising towers in the Channelside area. | Learn More
Photo of Seminole Heights Neighborhood
Just three miles north of Downtown Tampa, the transformation of Seminole Heights has made it a popular area for homeowners. A five-minute ride to the downtown riverwalk, its quirky and eclectic neighborhood spirit is attracting younger families, artists and musicians. | Learn More
Photo of Davis Islands Waterfront
One of Tampa’s most desirable areas, the residential demographics range from young professionals and families to NFL players and retirees. Residents are drawn by its direct access to the city, its quaint main street, and the relaxed island vibe. The end of the island is popular for sailing, watching the sunset, and has a private airport for residents who pilot their own jets. | Learn More
Photo of The Channelside District
This family-friendly area is perfect for those who want to feel like they’re living in the city. Filled with restaurants, coffee shops and parks, the Channelside District also sports some of the best public schools in the downtown area. | Learn More
Photo of Harbour Island Waterfront
Consisting of condos, apartments, single-family homes and large homes, Harbour Island offers residents an urban feel. The area is close to Amelie Arena for walking to Lightning games or concerts hosted at the venue. | Learn More
Photo of Carrollwood Waterfront
If you’re looking for a large suburban area with a small-town feel, Carrollwood is the place for you. Featuring above-average schools, affordable housing, and plenty of shopping and dining, outdoor activities, it is a favorite of young professionals. | Learn More
Photo of Mural in Downtown St. Petersburg
Known as “St. Pete” or “Sunshine City,” St. Petersburg is the epitome of the beach town. Offering above-average schools and affordable housing, the city offers a wide variety of housing opportunities—everything from beach cottages and bungalows to luxury high-rise condos. | Learn More
If you're looking for the best Tampa Bay neighborhood for your next home, our team of real estate professionals at Smith & Associates can help make your dream come true. With more than 52 years in the business, we make it our mission to help every client find their new home. Let us "match" you with one of our team members today.
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