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Channel District, Tampa, FL

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There are few neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay metropolitan area that capture the vibrant and dynamic nature of the growing city, as well as reflect upon its storied past, quite like the Channel District. High-rise buildings and skyscrapers have popped up over past decades and old buildings have been converted into new offices and trendy clubs and bars to give individuals living in a Channel District apartment a first-hand experience of this up-and-coming part of town. Here are some of the perks you could enjoy if you decide to rent in the Channel District of Tampa Bay.

Explore the splendors of a robust downtown community

From its historic street cars to its delightful pastel buildings, those renting a Channel District apartment will find plenty of charm in the area's easily accessible amenities. One of the best options in the downtown area is the Channelside Bay Plaza, a sprawling outdoor complex of shops, boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs, this part of town has a little bit of something for everyone and always seems to be one of the hubs of activity in the Channel District.

Family fun

While there is plenty to see and do for those living in a Channel District apartment, families with kids will need plenty of day trips and activities to enjoy throughout the year. One of the highlights of the neighborhood is The Florida Aquarium, a 250,000 square foot facility that features many examples of the wildlife found on the Florida coast, as well as regions all over the world. Or, take a trip to the Glazer Children's Museum which always has a compelling new exhibit or two and programs and special events for kids of all ages.

Accessibility

In addition to the Channel District's unique location in the heart of downtown Tampa Bay, it also puts residents into the heart of the vibrant community with easy access to many of the region's greatest hotspots. The neighborhood is a short walk away from Bayshore Boulevard, one of the area's best pedestrian walkways, as well as Interstates 275 and 4, which can take those living in a Channel District apartment anywhere in the city with ease.

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools

http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/

Electric

http://www.tampaelectric.com/

Water/Sewer

http://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/