Tampa Real Estate - Living in Tampa


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Tampa is a city that merges Anglo cool and Latin heat—a melting pot whose cultural ignition induces much vivacity and potent energy. Tampa is situated in western Florida near the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. It is surrounded by Tampa Bay, Clearwater and St. Petersburg. Tampa is on the brink along blue bays and is characterized by a subtropical climate. The area is the home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a National Football League team, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, a Major League Baseball team. This location is highly suitable for those who love to live in a place that combines the high dynamism of a metropolitan area and the vibrant feel of sunny-rich climate. Living in Tampa is the right choice for people who want to witness a teeming wildlife amidst the hustling and bustling of city life. Tampa is essentially warm for much of the year. Because of the city’s strong Latino influence, many professionals in Tampa speak Spanish, or at least understand it as a second language. Tampa has been comfortably bilingual from its founding in 1824.

Tampa’s history began when Col. George Mercer Brooke sited his Army post adjacent to a small Cuban fishing village at the mouth of the Hillsborough River. Tampa has gone a long way since then, and over the years, it has evolved into a city of sleek high-rises and serious business types who chuck out the serious and cut loose after work hours. While some call Tampa the Gold Coast because of its economic boom in the 1970's and ‘80's, others call it the Sun Coast because of its sunny beaches. There are numerous public access beaches left in the Tampa Bay coastal area.

One benefit of living in Tampa is the attractions around us. The most well visited of all is Busch Gardens, which offers a full day of activity and entertainment. There are a lot of activities that can be done in Tampa, even if you have become a permanent resident for a long time. Tampa locals still find awe in visiting their natural wildlife parks. If you are the health buff type, a trip down the Pinellas Trail is sure to offer you a healthy spree of walking, jogging and biking. The Lowry Park Zoo, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary are suitable places to learn a lot about animals, especially for the kids. St. Petersburg’s Baywalk offers cocktails, dining, shopping as well as hitting the movies.

Tampa area students enjoy generous access to the Hillsborough County Library as well as to its neighborhood branches, which offer area residents an immense amount of information resources and services that include online book clubs, large print books, reciprocal borrowing, books by mail, interlibrary loan, and a talking library. Living in Tampa is also enriching for school children as it integrates learning with environmentalism. A priceless benefit of living in Tampa is its having various park services that ranges from allowing students to enjoy nature to providing them with a venue to relax during stressful weeks. Tampa has over 160 parks, 4 miles of hiking and nature trails and 16 miles of road bike lanes. Apart from the beaches, Tampa also has a number of recreational areas such as baseball and softball fields, football and soccer fields, tennis and racquetball courts, community and craft centers, gymnasiums, picnic areas, golf courses, playgrounds and swimming pools.

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