Tampa, FL is currently one of the hottest places to live and work.
Its tropical weather, quality schools, low unemployment rates and easy access to world-class attractions are the many reasons new residents are calling Tampa home.
If you are thinking about moving to Tampa, we can help you find the best neighborhood to meet your needs.
We combed through Google data using generic keyword searches and combined those results with the most searched Tampa neighborhoods on ApartmentGuide.com to determine the five most popular Tampa neighborhoods with renters.
Most Popular Tampa Neighborhoods
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Here is a quick overview of each neighborhood and what you’d expect to pay for rent in each area.
Downtown Tampa has a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. This bustling area along Tampa Bay attracts professionals looking for easy access to the business and financial districts and plenty of activities and entertainment. Some area attractions include the Florida Aquarium, Tampa Museum of Art, the River Arts District and the famous River Walk. With so much at your fingertips, expect to pay higher-than-average prices.
|Property Size||Downtown Average||Tampa Average|
2. Old Seminole Heights
Old Seminole Heights is a quiet historic district in the northern area of Tampa. This tree-shaded gem features stately bungalows that attract a wide variety of renters, including families, young professionals, singles and retirees. Rent here is higher than the citywide average, but it’s among the cheaper options of the most popular neighborhoods.
|Property Size||Old Seminole Heights Average||Tampa Average|
3. Harbour Island
Harbour Island has some of the best views of the Tampa Bay and some of the most expensive rentals. This residential neighborhood is often considered one of the best places to live in Tampa and is popular with young professionals and families. There are shops and a few restaurants located on the Island and TECO Line Streetcar offers public transportation options for residents.
|Property Size||Harbour Average||Tampa Average|
4. Channel District
Conveniently located in downtown Tampa, the Channel District is an excellent choice for anyone who wants a residential area with access to a variety of entertainment options. The Channel District boasts a large entertainment complex, access to good schools and close proximity to all downtown Tampa has to offer. Average rent prices are similar to Downtown Tampa.
|Property Size||Channel District Average||Tampa Average|
5. North Hyde Park
Located west of the Hillsborough River, North Hyde Park is one of Tampa’s up-and-coming districts. This hidden gem has been going through numerous changes over the last few years and features modern urban living at affordable prices. North Hyde Park offers great access to Downtown Tampa and is a popular location for young professionals.
|Property Size||North Hyde Park Average||Tampa Average|
The rent information included in this article is based on current rental property inventory on ApartmentGuide.com and is used for illustrative purposes only. The data contained herein do not constitute financial advice or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.