Tampa Heights, River & Riverside Heights, and Seminole Heights are historic suburban neighborhoods just minutes north of Downtown Tampa, easily accessible by 275, Florida Ave & Nebraska Ave, that are quickly becoming urban friendly. As home prices increase in south Tampa, those desiring the charm of a historic neighborhood on a smaller budget will enjoy these 3 boroughs of Tampa Bay that are undergoing a gentrification to bring them back to their glory days. The addition of grocery stores, retail establishments, bars and restaurants along Florida, Nebraska, & Hillsborough Avenues have made The Heights a popular choice for homeowners in Tampa Bay.
Seminole Heights is a historic Tampa neighborhood founded in 1911, located only 10 minutes from Downtown & South Tampa. Seminole Heights has a Bohemian feel and is located next to several trendy restaurants and bars such as Ella’s, The Independent, Taco Bus (featured in Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives), and The Refinery (nominated for a James Beard award in 2011 and has a weekly changing menu). The homes in the area offer an affordable alternative and feature historic Craftsman bungalows and Spanish mission homes from the 1910s up to new construction homes, featuring spacious yards, brick paved streets, oak tree canopies, and a very active neighborhood association.
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