It borders the east coast peninsula of South Tampa from Gandy Blvd. to Davis Island. It’s associated with one of the longest continuous sidewalk in the US. which runs alongside the beautiful water of the bay. You can see people running, jogging and biking up and down this gorgeous pathway. Many of the homes fronting Bayshore Blvd. have some historic importance and can be traced back to when South Tampa emerged as a place to live.
Located adjacent to downtown, this neighborhood is a planned community comprised of single family homes, high-rises, townhomes and patio-styled homes on and off the water. If you’re seeking a low maintenance style of living and you enjoy walking to events, movies, restaurants and concerts then this is the spot for you. Most of the development occurred in the 90s but gained lots of momentum in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Prices range from $200K to several million for the waterfront homes on the rear of the island
Developed by D. P. Davis- an inspired developer and entrepreneur. He conceived the idea of creating three connected Mediterranean Island at the mouth of the Hillsborough River, intimately tied to the heart of Tampa’s business center. His legacy has blossomed into one of the city’s most renowned and colorful neighborhood developments. Located at the North end of Bayshore Blvd., this area is only accessible by a bridge.