If you’re in the market for a new place to call home in Tampa, there are plenty of reasons why opting for a downtown condo makes sense. In fact, there are actually plenty of reasons why moving to Tampa in general is a great idea, regardless of what you're looking for or what you can afford, but we'll start with just a few that we've conveneintly provided below:
The season to move!
Winter is fast approaching, meaning there’s no better time to move to Florida. While some areas of the country are bracing for the onslaught of Old Man Winter, a Florida lifestyle translates to the enjoyment of near year-round sunshine and warm temperatures.
Whether you envision taking a short stroll to nearby shops and restaurants, sensational skyline views or overlooking the water from your own private balcony, the winter season presents plenty of hot options when it comes to downtown condo living in Tampa.
Strong housing inventory
The upcoming season is only complimented by a strong housing inventory right now in Tampa. This means an array of fantastic options for potential home buyers to choose from when it comes to Downtown Tampa condos.
From new, contemporary living space to renovated buildings, providing plenty of charm, Downtown Tampa presents a number of choices in condos. Supplemented by amazing views and added amenities, it’s no wonder that buyers are entertaining the various possibilities of a downtown lifestyle.
Downtown development booming
Quite frankly, downtown development is booming right now, making it the perfect time to browse new construction homes and condos. And if you’re interested in the downtown area, buying as quickly as possible might not be the worst idea before condo prices continue to soar, especially as the planned Water Street Tampa development continues to add desirability and interest to the Downtown Tampa landscape as a whole.
This major, mixed-used development is set to change the landscape of downtown, with a massive undertaking planned to result in more than 50-acres of bay front possibilities. When finished, the large re-development will include new retail and office space, residences and hotels. Built in phases, phase 1 of Water Street Tampa should be finished within the next three years, with phase 3 completed over the next decade.
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