With the rise of rideshare services, navigating around urban cities is easier than ever before. And with so many things to do in Tampa getting from one place to another is affordable. Below are some unique points of interest and coffee spots in and around Tampa. These are all within an affordable $5-$15 Uber ride from many of our Domain Homes’ neighborhoods. Pick your favorite spots and then get to exploring urban living in Tampa.
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Enjoy top-rated schools, proximity to great shopping and dining, parks and the beautiful beaches of the Gulf. Local points of interest include Indian Rocks Historical Museum, Boca Ciega Millennium Park, the Armed Forces Military Museum and Walsingham Park.
St. Petersburg is the home of America’s best beaches with stretches of white sand and picturesque sunsets. The miles of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico offer something different for everyone.
It’s also home to art galleries, museums, cultural venues, fine dining, and shopping. Enjoy the active nightlife, upscale shopping and fine dining both on and off the water. Local points of interest include the Great Explorations Children’s Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Florida Holocaust Museum, Vinoy Park and the Dali Museum.
North Hyde Park, also known as the NoHo District, is the next urban destination. With innovation and tradition coming together it creates a vibrant sense of community. It is just minutes from some of Tampa’s premier cultural centers, world-class restaurants, and exclusive boutiques.
It’s an urban destination with innovation and tradition coming together to create a vibrant sense of community. Local points of interest include Tampa International Airport, Raymond James Stadium and International Plaza & Bay Street.
With its unique blend of history, arts, restaurants, shops, schools, and nightlife South Tampa is one of the most desirable locations to live.
Residents and visitors can enjoy a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Additionally, they can immerse themselves at one of Tampa’s professional sports and performing arts venues.
This unique mix of historic and contemporary influences make this one of the most desirable neighborhoods to live, work and play. Local points of interest include West Shore Plaza, Picnic Island Park, Ballast Point Park, and MacDill Air Force Base.
The restaurants, bars, and nightclubs scattered across Seminole Heights have helped make this neighborhood one of the most popular spots in Tampa. The new establishments lining N. Florida Ave. and N. Nebraska Ave. entice residents and visitors to congregate and enjoy what the city has to offer.
Beer and wine enthusiasts, foodies, artists, and musicians are all eager to check out the ever-expanding restaurant and bar scene. And not surprisingly, new commercial establishments keep setting up shop here, adding to the neighborhood’s appeal.
Seminole Heights is one of Tampa’s oldest established neighborhoods, with some of Tampa’s most historic buildings. It also has the distinction of being one of the earliest areas to get serviced by streetcar. The history of Seminole Heights, Tampa can be seen in the architecture and construction of the historic buildings.
Tree-lined streets, larger homesites, and tropical landscapes offer the perfect suburban setting. Local points of interest include University Mall, the University of South Florida and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay/Adventure Island.
Historical Tampa Heights
The Tampa Heights neighborhood is a National Historic District and is considered to be Tampa’s first suburb. Established in the 1880s, Tampa Heights is just a mile from the hustle and bustle of downtown.
Thanks to its National Historic District distinction there are still many homes and buildings throughout the neighborhood that go back to its establishment. However, with the many businesses that are opening in the neighborhood on a regular basis the landscape is rapidly changing.
With its historic sense of community, fine dining, brewpubs, and boutiques, Tampa Heights has a distinctly urban setting. Local points of interest include the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Lowry Park Zoo and Ybor City.
A mile from town, stately oak trees, brick roads, and dedicated residents create a small-town feeling in an urban bustle. Local points of interest include Downtown Tampa, Amalie Arena, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Theatre and the Florida Aquarium.
Contact Domain Homes to explore how you can enjoy your urban living in Tampa.