New Tampa, Tampa Bay’s fastest growing community is located in the northern side of Tampa. New Tampa, well-known for its master-planned communities, features upscale residences surrounded by lakes, lush green spaces and luxurious amenities, including award-winning golf courses.
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Wesley Chapel, in Pasco County, has been one of Tampa Bay’s fastest growing communities during the past 10 years. Currently, there are over 45,000 residents, 16,000 households and 12,000 families in the area.
Many homeowners choose the Wesley Chapel because it offers easy access to I-75 and I-275. It is only 25 miles north of Downtown Tampa.
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Tampa, a beautiful, modern city located on the Gulf Coast of Florida, is bordered by Old Tampa Bay and Hillsborough Bay, which come together to makeup Tampa Bay. It offers residents amazing views as they wind around its many bridges and palm-tree lined avenues.
If you love living on or near the water, you’ll think its paradise. You can sail, fish, or simply gaze at the spectacular sunsets along the miles of white sand beaches. And if you are a mover and shaker who wants lots to do and see, Tampa is the place for you. You can take in a professional or college football or baseball game, enjoy some fresh seafood, walk along the beaches, and attend many of the festivals and attractions in the area.
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Apollo Beach is a vibrant waterfront community, located in Hillsborough County in Tampa, FL. It features over 50 miles of interconnected canals that lead to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and pass under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Many of Tampa’s most spectacular waterfront homes sit along the waters’ edge.
Residents can boat, fish, and participate in a variety of other water activities throughout the year. Or they can simply relax on the gorgeous beaches throughout the area or enjoy the 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones.
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Brandon is an appealing suburb, east of downtown Tampa, Florida. It offers residents a quieter, family-oriented lifestyle just outside of Tampa’s city center. Over 100,000 people call it home and love the fact that they are a quick commute from work or the attractions of located in downtown Tampa.
The area has a mixture of chain and local restaurants and shopping options. Plus, residents only have a 10-minute drive from the city to popular downtown spots in Channelside and Ybor City.
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Lutz, which began as a small train depot on the Tampa North Railroad, now has about 20,000 residents. It was named for W. P. Lutz, who brought the railroad to town.
In the 1960s an influx of people, to the once rural community, made the “Lutz Junction” expendable and it was demolished in 1960. But in a tip of the cap to its proud beginnings, a replica of the depot was rebuilt at the intersection of Lutz-Lake Fern Rd. and U.S. Highway 41 in what is known as “Beautiful Downtown Lutz.”
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No matter what you’re looking for — your dream home, a profitable vacation rental, and a luxurious new development — we can help you locate it. We can sift through all the million and multi-million dollar homes in places like Davis Islands, Bayshore, Tampa Palms, Hunters Green, Apollo Beach, Odessa, or Champions Club and present you the ones that match your personal needs and wants.
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Odessa, located in Pasco County started as a community of open spaces that residents used for ranches and horse farms. But in more recent years, it has grown considerably due to suburban developments brought on by Tampa’s expansion.
The population boomed from 2000 to 2010, increasing nearly 130 percent from 3,000 to 7,000 residents. Odessa’s median household income also rose markedly during that time from about $48,000 to $68,000.
Median home values have also jumped — from $95,000 in 2000 to about $180,000 today.
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The community was founded on August 7, 1908 on the shores of the Little Manatee River. Dr. George Miller, an attorney and professor at Ruskin College in Trenton, Missouri, and Mrs. Adaline Miller developed the community in its infancy. It was named after John Ruskin and was originally somewhat of a social experiment in his philosophical views.
The area began as an agricultural community, with many tomato farms. Today, it has evolved into a suburban community, particularly in the last two decades.
The community grew up around U.S. Route 41, which was only a 9-foot-wide road in the 1920s. Now U.S. Route 41 has become a 4-lane highway, and along with I-75, makes it easy for commuters to reach Tampa’s city limits.
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Tampa, is home to more than 35,000 residents. The population has expanded over 400% since 2000, when only 6,500 residents lived there.
The median house or condo value is over $185,000. The average value of all homes is about $212,000. Detached homes average nearly $235,000, while townhomes and condos average around $135,000.
The median age of its residents is 39 years and the median household income is over $70,000.
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