County Offices
601 East Kennedy Boulevard

Chamber of Commerce
201 North Franklin Street


Located midway along Florida’s West Coast, the county seat of Tampa serves as the hub of Hillsborough County and a vital urban center within the greater Tampa Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area. Although Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City are the only incorporated cities in the county, the region is home to a wide variety of small towns and villages as well as lovely master-planned communities and rapidly growing population centers. Explosive growth is evident throughout Hillsborough County, both commercial and economic.


Aside from the dynamic activity in Tampa, the county’s Westshore business district is one of the top 50 employment areas in the nation and Florida’s largest market for office space. The Interstate 75 corridor in the eastern part of the county is home to a number of leading businesses and high-profile corporations like Citicorp and Chase. Outstanding transportation facilities have enhanced the rapid growth in Hillsborough County, combining Tampa International Airport with a network of freeways and major highways, HART Transit services, the Port of Tampa, Amtrak passenger rail and intrastate or interstate bus service. Quality private and public schools from preschool through 12th grade join a long list of opportunities for higher education. Technical and career institutes, a convenient community college system, the University of Tampa, and the campus for the University of South Florida are all accessible close to home.

Highly advanced healthcare facilities and services are abundant, including the Memorial Hospital of Tampa, the James A. Haley Veteran’s hospital, Brandon Regional Medical Center, and the Saint Joseph hospitals. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center is internationally recognized as one of the world’s finest resources for cancer patients. Throughout Hillsborough County is a strong network of support services, skilled professionals in every specialty, and community health programs.


Hillsborough County offers an array of residential options and lifestyles, from vibrant Tampa neighborhoods in the heart of the city to small towns that excel in a close-knit atmosphere and community spirit. Whatever your image of a dream home might be, you’ll find a community that brings your vision into reality. Charming historic districts offer restored architectural jewels, while premier golf course and waterfront enclaves boast custom homes with enjoy spectacular vistas. Smaller towns like that were once rural in nature are rapidly maturing into suburban havens, sprinkled with new construction and welcoming a surge of commercial conveniences.

Cultural development in Hillsborough County centers around the world-class arts community in Tampa. The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center offers a superb venue for music, dance, theatre, opera, Broadway hits, and special events. This dramatic cultural hub on the Hillsborough River is the largest complex of its kind south of the Kennedy Space Center. It boasts three versatile performance spaces that create an ideal stage for every show and activity. Even in the county’s smaller towns, newcomers will find strong community theaters, wonderful museums, and the warm and enthusiastic support of the arts in every possible medium.

Those who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle will find an oasis of opportunity in Hillsborough County. The Tampa Bay region’s spectacular weather combines sea breezes with sun-drenched days and starlit nights, inviting indulgence in every activity from outdoor dining to parasailing. Rivers, lakes, bayous, streams, and bay waters provide scenic vistas for everyday living and natural playgrounds for water-sport enthusiasts. State and county parks, miles of trails, elite golf courses, fitness centers, private sports clubs, and highly developed city programs and facilities are just a few of the advantages.

Attractions abound in this region that has long catered to winter visitors and tourists, including premier museums and thrilling entertainment centers. Adventure Island offers an outdoor water theme park, while Busch Gardens dazzles guests of all ages with its endless variety of rides and attractions. Fantastic science centers, fine art museums, family activities, a highly acclaimed zoo and botanical garden, and wonderful nature centers enrich the entire region with world-class entertainment.

Festivals and celebrations occur around the calendar, crowned by the unique and colorful Gasparilla extravaganza that even rivals the Mardi Gras in New Orleans for its drama and flair. From the shimmering Tampa Bay waters to its scenic interior, Hillsborough County is a study in quality of life.


City of Tampa
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Tampa is also distinguished as Florida’s second largest city as well as the second-largest employment market—a trend that is likely to continue. Tampa’s economic development planners are often recognized among the nation’s most successful. They have attracted billions of dollars in capital investments by major corporations and are consistently growing new employment opportunities for the region.

The lively and handsome waterfront downtown is constantly shifting its skyline to welcome spectacular accommodations and new attractions. Major venues like the Tampa Convention Center are also within walking distance of wonderful districts like the Channelside Shops. This delightful area is filled with restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment opportunities. Wonderfully unique, the historic and colorful enclave of Ybor City with its Latin influences and cigar-making heritage is now a delightful district filled with art and culture, retail shops, and restaurants. Throughout the city, quiet neighborhoods with a variety of home styles and prices provide a welcoming and intimate community spirit.

Public and private schools throughout the city join a variety of higher education opportunities on community or junior college campuses or major private and public universities. Tampa serves as the hub for the county’s finest educational and healthcare facilities, adding valuable resources to western Florida and the entire Tampa Bay region. Amenities throughout the city are first-rate and abundant, including one of the nation’s finest zoos, Tampa Museum of Art, the Henry B. Plant Museum, the Florida Aquarium, and USF Contemporary Art Museum. With 24 square miles of inland water and Tampa Bay as well as the city’s own highly developed recreational centers, the possibilities for outdoor adventure and relaxation are virtually unlimited.


Plant City
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Located just 25 miles from Tampa is the fast-growing community of Plant City, only one of three incorporated cities in the Hillsborough County. The city is nestled in the southeastern section of the county, along with communities like Buckhorn, Sun City, and the Valrico area. Known for its country charm and local strawberry growers, the community boasts a revitalized and restored quaint historic downtown district that serves residents and attracts visitors. The city is proud of its status as the “Winter Strawberry Capital of the World” and the Plant City Stadium, home of the International Softball Federation. Residents appreciate all the friendliness of a small-town atmosphere within the dynamic Tampa Bay region. At the same time, they enjoy quick and easy access to metropolitan amenities by using Interstate 4 and Interstate 75.


Temple Terrace
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Only one of three incorporated communities in Hillsborough County, Temple Terrace is located northeast of Tampa. Named for the hybrid “Temple” oranges and the surrounding “terraced” terrain, Temple Terrace was incorporated in 1925. Like many areas of the bay region, the city’s first development occurred during the early decades of the 20th century when lovely Mediterranean architecture graced elegant homes. Spanish influences in red tiled roofs and lush courtyards are also common. Residents enjoy a medley of amenities close to home, including the private golf club with a first-rate swimming pool. Good local schools and a public library add to the convenience of neighborhood living.



Arbor Greene
Distinguished as one of New Tampa’s leading communities, Arbor Greene has preserved 90 acres of lakes and 100 acres of conversation area as a lush backdrop for premier homesites. Located close to Hunters Green, residents of Arbor Greene have the benefit of premier country-club amenities. The community offers private residential villages that offer a variety of home styles and price ranges. The focal point of Arbor Greene is the lakeside community center, an extraordinary recreational resource that encompasses a superb 6.6-acre fitness and athletic club.

Cory Lake Isles
Spectacular homes and outstanding homesites set along 10 miles of lakefront shoreline provide a residential paradise. Nearly every property has the option of its own dock, which means that sports such as fishing, boating, and water-skiing are available literally in your own backyard. Offering an ideal location convenient to Hunters Green Golf Club, the community also offers tennis courts, a bike path, a party pavilion, and exercise facilities. With a border of 17,000 acres of protected Florida woodlands, homes enjoy vistas of forests and lakes.

Cross Creek
Cross Creek provides a lovely residential area shaded by magnificent oak trees that offers an impressive selection of oversized homesites. This Hillsborough County address combines proximity to Tampa amenities without the expense of city taxes and offers an ideal location near major Interstates 275 and 75. Newcomers will find a variety of wonderful community choices at Cross Creek. Winding streets and a scenic backdrop of lush preserves grace handsome gated communities. Blending state-of-the-art craftsmanship and modern conveniences with the warmth of a traditional community, Cross Creek offers its residents access to amenities that include well-equipped schools and a public library just beyond their front doorsteps.

Heritage Isles
Minutes from outstanding shopping and fine restaurants as well as the University of South Florida campus, Heritage Isles is a family-oriented community with a long list of activities for all ages. Residential villages offer magnificent single-homes as well as maintenance-free townhouses and villas. Interstate 75 provides a quick and easy trip to Brandon, downtown Tampa, and the rest of the Tampa Bay region.

Hunter’s Green
Nestled in the New Tampa area, Hunter’s Green offers a multitude of neighborhoods and home styles sure to please every taste. Luxury rental apartments, single-family homes, and custom estates harmonize with recreational amenities. Heritage Oaks is home to private sites that average one acre and overlook lakes, golf-course fairways, and conservation areas. Amenities include parks, lakes, elite sports facilities, and 800 acres of natural preserves.

Meadow Pointe
“Something for everyone” describes the blending of single-family homes with maintenance-free villas at Meadow Pointe, one of the many fine communities in the New Tampa area. This village offers a family recreation center, workout area, neighborhood parks, swimming pools,
tennis courts, sports courts, picnic areas, jogging and biking trails, and hundreds of acres of natural areas. Nearby county parks add to the opportunities for outdoor fun and adventure, and Tampa’s cosmopolitan attractions are easily accessible via major Interstate access.

New Tampa
Near the University of South Florida and Interstate 75 is a flourishing suburban area known as New Tampa, where fine master-planned communities attract newcomers to tree-shaded neighborhoods. Abundant family oriented amenities as well as golf courses and other recreational facilities add to the appeal. The housing selection is attractive and diverse, making this a strong growth area within the bay region. Residents are minutes from outstanding golf courses; and nearby lakes offer boating, swimming, water sports, fishing, and other outdoor sports and recreation.

Pebble Creek
Combining a suburban environment with the affordability of a well-established residential area, Pebble Creek features a public golf course that offers fairway views for many homesites in the community. Villas, townhouses, and single-family homes harmonize in this comfortable and attractive community. Many homeowners enjoy the natural beauty of conservation homesites graced by mature greenery and shaded by stately old trees. Tampa’s array of cultural, entertainment, and shopping attractions are just minutes from home.

Tampa Palms
Recognized on two occasions as the nation’s finest master-planned community by the National Association of Home Builders, the highly respected Tampa Palms area brings together a diversity of distinctive neighborhoods. Separate residential villages are surrounded by natural beauty in the form of lush golf course fairways and artistic landscaping. Acres of preserved open space, panoramic parks, upscale commercial development, and a first-rate neighborhood school add to the quality of life.

West Meadows
The sprawling community of West Meadows includes a community center with kid’s playground and two swimming pools. Sports courts, a fitness area, and party facilities are also available for the enjoyment of residents. Leading-edge, fiber-optic technology is accessible throughout the community to meet high-tech needs in home offices. Convenient retail stores at the West Meadows entrance add to the quality of life. Meandering lanes graced by handsome brick detailing, bright blooms, and finely groomed landscaping welcome residents and their guests.



Situated in the northern lake region of Hillsborough County, Avila is one of the Tampa area’s most prestigious residential retreats. Residents enjoy the privacy of a golf and country club with a secured gated entrance. Homes include single-family and multi-family styles, from charming villas and townhouses to palatial estates and luxurious executive homes. The unique architectural appeal of custom residences is enhanced by large lots and meticulous landscaping. Property owners in Avila select a committee of peers to review all construction plans, preserving the community’s uncompromising dedication to quality.

Newcomers will find a full spectrum of home styles and recreational amenities set on nearly 1,750 acres in Cheval. Lovely patio homes, townhouses, condominiums, executive homes, and exclusive custom estates blend in beautiful villages. Cheval boasts impressive recreational advantages from an 18-hole golf course to equestrian and polo complex, tennis center, private gourmet restaurant, and elegant clubhouse. The community is home to the acclaimed Tournament Players Club of Tampa Bay.

Carrollwood, Carrollwood Village
One of the Tampa Bay region’s most popular communities, Carrollwood is an exclusive population center that grew up around the centerpiece of scenic Lake Carroll. Neighborhoods fringe the lake, stretching both west and east. Carrollwood is further distinguished as the first major development to the north of Tampa. Because of its rich heritage, the area is graced by mature landscaping, convenient sidewalks, and a strong sense of stability and community. Homes in some villages enjoy direct access to Lake Carroll for boating as well as beach facilities.

Lake Keystone
Set in a lake-rich expanse of northern Hillsborough County, the Lake Keystone region is home to charming neighborhoods that enjoy a woodland setting. Stately homes and country retreats on generous waterfront lots ensure an open feeling and maintain the serene atmosphere. Some of the residents take advantage of the rural flavor, maintaining stables and paddock areas. Water-skiing and boating on the nearby lakes are popular activities. Homes from traditional to contemporary blend in this scenic retreat.

Several communities that neighbor Northdale are named for scenic bodies of water such as Lake Carroll and Lake Magdelene. In addition to playing the fine golf courses in this naturally beautiful area northwest of Tampa, residents are able to fish, water-ski, swim, boat, and enjoy beach access to major recreational sites. Many developers have been quick to recognize the value of this community as a pristine environment that offers easy access to Tampa’s many metropolitan advantages.

Van Dyke Estates, Villa Rosa
Sharing an ideal location in northwest Hillsborough County, the communities of Van Dyke Estates and Villa Rosa offer superbly planned and crafted residential villages that excel in convenient suburban living with every amenity. Lush natural and preservation areas provide scenic and relaxing views for many homesites. The famous Tournament Players Club golf course is one of the draws to this beautiful area surrounding Lutz Lake Fern Road and Van Dyke Road.



Fawn Lake
Newcomers will appreciate the family oriented atmosphere and idyllic setting of Fawn Lake, a panoramic community in northwestern Hillsborough County. Single and two-story homes are often graced by meticulous landscaping, offering a blend of architectural styles, price ranges, and home sizes. This residential enclave is aptly named, preserving large expanses of natural beauty that serve as a scenic backdrop for many of the handsome homes. Residents appreciate the feeling of a tranquil retreat in close proximity to Tampa Bay’s array of cosmopolitan amenities.

Nine Eagles
Surrounded by some of the finest golf amenities in the Tampa Bay region is the residential community of Nine Eagles, named for the major thoroughfare of Nine Eagles Road and the renowned Eagles Golf & Country Club. Lush fairways combine with the tranquility of richly landscaped properties and verdant open space that also serves as a recreational oasis and wildlife habitat. The beautiful homes that line the tranquil lanes crown the community with a friendly yet elegant atmosphere that many find appealing.

West Hampton
Nestled in a lush conservation area in northwestern Hillsborough County, the residential development of West Hampton enjoys a verdant setting of trees and flora. This handsome gated community offers a wide selection of homes that vary in size, price, and design. Located in the highly popular and prestigious Westchase area, West Hampton expands the opportunities for a spectacular home set apart from the city’s bustle and traffic. At the same time, it offers a location that remains highly accessible to the finest of urban amenities.

Newcomers to northwest Hillsborough County will find a pleasing selection of residential developments throughout the master-planned community of Waterchase. Convenient to the Veterans Expressway, gulf beaches, and the international airport, this area showcases idyllic neighborhoods. The gated enclave of Ashton, for example, offers all the charm of an English village. This area offers virtually endless options for recreation close to home, from tot lots and sports courts to lavish swimming pools, workout facilities, tennis courts, and fine golf courses.

Well known for its exceptional planning and dedication to issues of environmental sensitivity, Westchase has set a benchmark for futuristic community development. Hundreds of acres of natural preserves, lakes, parks, playing fields, trails, and an 18-hole golf course are among the premier amenities. A wide variety of family oriented activities are available in the community swim and tennis recreational center, the golf clubhouse, and the sprawling Glencliff Park. Distinctive villages offer everything from upscale villas to estates. Natural gas and reclaimed water programs reflect the strength of environmental programs.

Offering a convenient commute to both sides of Tampa Bay, the community of Westchester invites newcomers to the best of all worlds. Enjoying a prime location in the exclusive Westchase area, this scenic residential development combines custom and developed homes in a variety of styles and price ranges. Premier recreational amenities that are close to home include open play areas, miles of multi-purpose trails, lakes, and woodland preserves. Nearby golf-course facilities include the beautiful Eagles Golf & Country Club with an array of world-class facilities.



Ballast Point
Encompassing the prestigious the Tampa Yacht and Country Club as well as a lush park, a charming pier, and a community center, Ballast Point represents another choice in a premier neighborhood. The housing selection includes condominiums, townhouses, and single-family residences set on an equally diverse variety of lots. Waterfront estates with lake vistas blend with inland properties for a range of prices and architectural styles. Scenic Bayshore Boulevard makes the quick trip to Tampa’s downtown attractions a pleasure. At the same time, Gandy Boulevard stretches a route across Old Tampa Bay to access regional links.

Bayshore Boulevard
Some of Tampa’s most stately and impressive homes are lining Bayshore Boulevard, the world’s longest sidewalk. Winding its way from Hillsborough Bay into the downtown area, the boulevard presents an impressive image of lushly landscaped beauty. Bayshore Boulevard is a neighborhood with a proud heritage that remains undimmed through time and suburban development. From the south near the Tampa Yacht and Country Club to the edge of downtown, the neighborhood is unrivaled for its combination of elegance and convenience.

Beach Park
Graced by the dramatic beauty of 300-year-old oaks, towering palms, and other native Florida greenery, Beach Park is one of the bay area’s vintage neighborhoods. During the boom of the 1920s and 1930s, about 30 sprawling Mediterranean homes sprang up in this area to accommodate the taste of affluent buyers. Today, Beach Park’s historic estates with their distinctive styling, character, and strong architectural appeal harmonize beautifully with contemporary construction to give the neighborhood a distinctive, dramatic ambiance. Deeply rooted in tradition, the close community spirit is attractive to new residents.

Culbreath Bayou, Sunset Park
The adjacent communities of Culbreath Bayou and Sunset Park share an idyllic location where residential development has encouraged wonderful amenities. Both communities feature neighborhoods where a canopy of mature trees and greenery shade winding streets. Culbreath Bayou offers meticulously groomed properties that set the benchmark for tasteful design and thoughtful planning. Sunset Park, a community that once boasted its own beach and dance pavilion on Old Tampa Bay, offers a medley of beautiful homes shaded by ancient oaks, pines, and palms. Streets named after famous poets lend additional charm to an already popular locale.

Culbreath Isles
Primarily offering a selection of stately traditional-style homes, Culbreath Isles is distinguished as one of the region’s first exclusive, totally secured communities. It was developed in the late 1960s just west of Westshore Boulevard in a scenic area that overlooks Old Tampa Bay. As a result, this community created a premier blueprint for impressive waterfront living. Many of the elegant homes enjoy front deep-water canals. Swimming pools, boat docks, and opulent yachts are common sights in this luxurious residential retreat with superb landscaping and grounds.

Davis Islands
In the early decades of the 1900s during Florida’s real-estate boom, the visionary entrepreneur and developer D.P. Davis had a unique vision for land development. His innovative concept included the creation of three connected “Mediterranean islands” at the very mouth of the Hillsborough River, intimately tying them to Tampa’s business center. Davis’ genius paved the way for one of the city’s most renowned and colorful neighborhood developments. Architectural styles in the Davis Islands area range from stunning Mediterranean Revival to more contemporary waterfront estates.

Harbour Island
Few “downtown” neighborhoods are able to rival the appeal of Harbour Island. This unique residential community offers a wide selection of single-family homes as well as condominiums and townhouses nestled in the very heart of the city. Characterized as a master-planned community, Harbour Island is linked to the cultural centers, employment opportunities, and attractions of downtown via two bridges. Residents can enjoy a serene country-club retreat just a heartbeat away from Tampa’s hub of entertainment and culture. Upscale office space, a marina, shopping, fitness centers, and hospitality accommodations give this area a true “community” flavor.

Presenting another enviable address to newcomers, Golfview is the affluent community that surrounds the prestigious Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club. Throughout the early 1920s and 1930s, magnificent estates were built to reflect the wealth of the elite. Shaded by giant old oaks and surrounded by lush greenery, these classic architectural masterpieces are set back from the sidewalks that line the original brick streets. In addition to the country club, a prime location affords easy access to shopping, restaurants, downtown, and the Tampa International Airport.

Hyde Park
In southern Tampa, newcomers will discover charming historic neighborhoods like Hyde Park, where unique bungalows and mansions have been renovated to reflect their original architectural styling from the early 1900s. Providing a truly delightful harmony of yesterday with some of the city’s most progressive amenities, Hyde Park is accessible to Tampa’s finest attractions and most celebrated venues. Old Hyde Park Village draws visitors to the area, presenting a medley of upscale retail shops, restaurants, and services that have further revitalized this landmark urban neighborhood. A farmers market and wonderful events are equally popular.

New Suburb Beautiful, Parkland Estates
Serving as prime examples of the lush landscaping and fine homes available in suburban neighborhoods, New Suburb Beautiful and Parkland Estates share a prime location. New Suburb Beautiful had its genesis between 1920 and 1940 during the area’s days of explosive growth. The area boasts an exceptionally handsome selection of meticulously restored homes. Architectural excellence, sidewalks shaded by mature greenery, and easy access to major cosmopolitan amenities have given these suburbs an enduring popularity.

Palma Ceia
As one of Tampa’s most exclusive communities, Palma Ceia features antique red-brick roads shaded by massive oak trees. Newcomers will fine an intimate retreat that excels in character, presenting a colonnade of beautiful homes that share on the scenic Interbay Peninsula. The sheer diversity of quality housing, a renowned golf course, major transportation corridors, and convenient city living have enabled this neighborhood to maintain its place as a prestigious address since the 1920s.



Apollo Beach
Bordered by a vast expanse of pristine bay shoreline, this upscale community is home to a selection of handsome homes in thoughtfully planned neighborhoods. Residents enjoy a beachfront location that provides daily conveniences along with an elite golf course and other fine recreational facilities. Townhouses and condominiums blend with inland and waterfront properties.

Claiming a history that dates back to the late 1840s, Bloomingdale is a community that lies north of the Alafia River. Moving slowly from a sleepy, small village over the course of several decades, the area finally emerged as a bedroom community for Tampa in the 1960s. Growth has been steady in recent decades as newcomers are drawn to the relaxed atmosphere, close-knit spirit, and diversity of attractive and affordable housing options.

Over recent decades, the community of Brandon has experienced tremendous growth and expansion. The construction of a beautiful regional shopping mall has no doubt helped to mature the town from a sleepy rural village into a suburban haven for commuters. Vibrant new residential communities are springing up in this area to meet the demand of new interest and offer a kaleidoscope of architectural styles and settings. Gently rolling land, spacious pastures, massive oaks, and many creeks and other waterways form a panoramic backdrop for residential development.

Characterized as a lovely residential community within the Valrico area, Buckhorn Ridge offers spacious homes in a variety of styles and price ranges. Good schools and suburban serenity make this a popular choice for homebuyers who desire a blend of tranquility with easy access to urban amenities. This deed-restricted community is dedicated to preserving the quality of life and pristine appearance that have made it so popular. One of Florida’s finest malls, Brandon Towne Center is available nearby for outstanding shopping opportunities.

Fish Hawk Trails
From the stunning entrance of the gate house to the natural preserves that protect a diversity of wildlife, the Fish Hawk Trails is a master-planned community that boasts exceptional natural beauty. Towering oaks and pines blend with rich ferns and other greenery to create a scenic backdrop for beautiful homes. Heavily wooded, the site combines 200 acres of environmentally protected land with amenities that include a playground, miles of trails, and a picnic pavilion. The location affords easy access to a major mall, schools, hospitals, and employment centers.

Those who enjoy the friendly spirit and intimacy of small-town living will find the ideal home in Riverview, north of the Sun City area. This community offers convenience to urban amenities within the context of a pastoral atmosphere along the banks of the Alafia River. Many residents enjoy the recreational activities associated with a riverfront home, from fishing and boating or other water sports to relaxing in the sun at Riverview Civic Center.

Located near the retirement community of Sun City, the quiet and small town of Ruskin expands the options for waterfront property and homes surrounded by natural beauty. Offering the picturesque qualities of a rural community, Ruskin is best known for its winter tomatoes, beef cattle, and scenic ornamental plant farms. The Little Manatee River and a location in proximity to Old Tampa Bay add to the region’s premier recreational opportunities. Nature study of seasonal manatees, canoeing, and fishing are all popular pastimes.

Sun City
One of the nation’s premier retirement communities attracts active adults who are interested in fine residential development and outstanding recreational amenities. Situated near Tampa along the Interstate 75 corridor, the entire Sun City area and the surrounding south-shore communities
provide first-rate entertainment options. Waterfront estates, homes nestled in rural settings, and beautiful master-planned developments are all possibilities in this lovely community.

Valrico, Lithia
Named for the Spanish word meaning “valley of gold,” Valrico is proud of its unique name and rich history. Valrico’s triangular park in the center of town still marks the place where the community was first founded. Along with the neighboring community of Lithia, this area enjoys a prime location at an epicenter of growth and development within the Tampa Bay region. The addition of the premier retail hub of Brandon Towne Center has no doubt contributed to the surge of interest. The junction of Interstates 4 and 75 creates an advantageous location that has drawn the attention of some of the region’s most respected homebuilders.

Search by List

Search by a list of area regions or city names.


Search by Map

Use our interactive map to find your community