Best Vintage Condo Buildings in Tampa

While many of today's condo buyers are searching for a new construction condo building in Tampa with some of the latest and greatest amenities, others are in search of a vintage building that’s packed with character and charm. If you’re in the market for a unique, older property, here is a closer look at some of the top vintage condo buildings found throughout Tampa. 

Melrose Landing - 2117 W. Dekle Avenue

Located in South Tampa, Melrose Landing is a vintage condo building that dates back to the mid 1920s. Buyers will likely find such desirable features as hardwood floors, but some of the condos have also been recently updated to include such modern additions as stainless steel appliances. This dog and cat friendly building offers some unassigned, surface parking, as well as a landscaped fountain. The building sits conveniently close to area restaurants, cafes, and shops. It is also close to Bayshore Boulevard. 

Box Factory Lofts - 2001 E. 2nd Avenue

Box Factory Lofts is a vintage building that’s located in Tampa’s historic Ybor City District. The property includes a courtyard and a community swimming pool, and these two-story lofts feature high ceilings and tall windows, as well as some restored and salvaged wooden beams. Once home to a large cigar box manufacturer, the property now offers some new residential options in Downtown Tampa. In all, the Box Factory lofts building includes around 50 private residences, commonly featuring concrete flooring, stainless steel appliances, crown molding, and granite countertops. 

Vintage Condo Buildings in Tampa, Florida

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Bayshore Royal- 2109 Bayshore Blvd.

Bayshore Royal is a high-rise condo building that’s located near the corner of Bayshore and Howard Avenue in Tampa. This vintage building offers an outdoor swimming pool and a laundry room, plus it also has some surface parking available. The individual units also come with private terraces, which tends to be one of the more sought-after features condo buyers want in sunny Florida. The 10-story building was first built in the mid 1920s and contains around 90 condominiums today. It’s not uncommon for a two-bedroom, one-bath unit in Bayshore Royal to contain around 1,000 square feet of living space, while a one-bedroom unit commonly contains around 800 square feet of space. 

Seybold Lofts- 1501 W. Horatio St.

Seybold Lofts is a three-acre property located in Tampa’s Hyde Park. As a classic vintage condo building, the former bread factory was first built in the mid 1920s and is now a designated historic landmark. Converted into luxury lofts in the mid 2000s, the property now offers your choice of around three-dozen private residences. It’s common to find wood floors, exposed beams and brick walls, as well as large windows, dramatic ceilings, and loft-style appointments. A rooftop terrace has room for seating overlooking downtown views, plus there’s also a shared community carport at the Seybold Lofts. The property sits within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Hyde Park Village. 

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