Located in central Tampa, Seminole Heights is a historic neighborhood with 20th century homes. Founded in 1911, Seminole Heights was named by T. Roy Young, who developed Tampa’s first suburb located three miles north of the downtown district. Connected by streetcar, Seminole Heights was an early residential area of Tampa. Known for its fun shops and well-liked restaurants. Know primarily for its bungalow style homes dating from the early 20th century, Seminole Heights is very historical city with each public building dating back to the early 1900’s.
A neighborhood park called the Seminole Heights Garden Center is used for a wide array of community events and festivals. Several parks in the city have direct access to the Hillsborough River, allowing Seminole Heights to have the longest stretch of riverfront parkland in the city of Tampa.
Southeast Seminole Heights was named the best neighborhood in America according to NUSA in 2003. However, in more recent years, this historic city has become well-known for its renown restaurants, bars and cafes.
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