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Hunters Green, Tampa, FL

The city of Tampa Bay is one of the up-and-coming metropolitan areas of the U.S., and while there's certainly plenty to do downtown, many prospective renters could find the relaxed pace of life they desire in the outlying areas of the city. The neighborhood of Hunters Green is just north of the downtown center and offers a fabulous mix of quiet suburban living within close range of the shopping, nightlife and recreational opportunities of Tampa Bay. Whether individuals are hoping to settle down and raise a family or simply looking for a place to live for a period of time, renting a Hunters Green apartment is a decision that will pay dividends.

Museums and cultural attractions
Tampa Bay has a unique local culture and storied past that is illuminated at the Tampa Bay History Center, which tells the tale of the many famous individuals who helped build the city into what it is today and commemorates the many benchmarks in Tampa Bay's amazing history. To examine the city's impact on the technical world, take a trip over to the Museum of Science and Industry. As the largest science center in the southeastern U.S., the facility has a bevy of interactive exhibits and displays that are ideal for a daytime excursion.

Public parks
Those residing in a Hunters Green apartment will be able to take advantage of a number of dazzling public parks that dot the landscape. One of the prime highlights of the neighborhood is Lettuce Lakes Regional Park. The 240-acre park has a little bit of something for everyone with picnic areas, walking and fitness trails, a playground, fishing and canoe rentals. The park lies along the Hillsborough River, which offers spectacular views of the surrounding scenery.

A sports fan's paradise
Tampa Bay offers fantastic sports action year-round at both the professional, college and minor league levels. The National Football League's Buccaneers, Major League Baseball's Rays and the National Hockey League's Lightning call the city home, while the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa Bay also hold a number of sporting events year-round. Last but not least, lower level squads like Arena Football's Tampa Bay Storm and the North American Soccer League's FC Tampa Bay diversify the city's sports offerings.

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