The area collectively known as South Tampa includes the neighborhoods of Hyde Park, Palma Ceia, Virginia Park, Beach Park, Sunset Park, SoHo, New Suberb Beautiful, and Bayshore Beautiful among others. It is a rich, vibrant community of neighborhoods that lends itself to easy access to Downtown Tampa via Bayshore Boulevard or the Selman Crosstown Expressway. Equally as accessible are area attractions, like the Florida Aquarium, Straz Performing Arts Center, Raymond James Stadium (home of the Buccaneers and USF Bulls,) St. Petersburg Times Forum (home to the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning,) Tropicana Field (home to the Tampa Bay Rays,) Busch Gardens, the Glazer Children's Museum, Adventure Island and MOSI. Tampa International Airport as well as upsacale shopping, dining and entertainment from movies to Ybor City & Channelside entertainment districts are within a few minutes drive.
South Tampa is a peninsula that extends from downtown Tampa to MacDill AFB surrounded by bay separated from east to west by about 3 miles of residential and light retail property. It has some of the Bay area's best rated schools as well as some of its most prestigious homes.
Its social clubs are sure to appeal to a wide range of tastes. The most recognizable clubs revolve around boating, in the Tampa Yacht club as well as the Davis Island Yacht Club, and the annual Gasparilla celebration's social clubs. These clubs, among others, devote their time and energies toward social causes that make the bay area a great place to live and work.
South Tampa also offers easy access to some of Florida's best beaches. A short drive across any of the 3 bridges that connect South Tampa to the gulf beaches will let you truly live only minutes from paradise and perfect sunsets. Serviced by all the major interstates and toll roads, South Tampa easily permits one to arrive at the hundreds of golf courses the Tampa area offers.
South Tampa is a fantastic area that offers an upscale environment to live, work and raise your family.