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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a neighborhood full of history within Hillsborough County, Tampa Florida adjacent to the University of Tampa and Downtown Tampa. It is bounded to the Hillsborough Bay to the east, Bayshore Boulevard to the east and south, Kennedy Blvd. to the north, and Armenia Avenue to the west. . It includes the Hyde ParkVillage, Bayshore Boulevard and SoHo. This section of Tampa is south and west of the Hillsborough River.

Dating back in the early 1880s, the first bridge across the Hillsborough River at Lafayette Street which is now called John F. Kennedy Blvd, was built by railroad financier Henry B. Plant. In 1882, the oldest house in Hyde Park was built at Morrison Avenue by James Watrousand since then, a neighborhood grew rapidly as a street car line was built on Swann Avenue and Rome Avenue. This is how the widening of the two streets were created unlike the other streets in the neighborhood were much narrower. read more…

Hyde Park is a neighborhood full of history within Hillsborough County, Tampa Florida adjacent to the University of Tampa and Downtown Tampa. It is bounded to the Hillsborough Bay to the east, Bayshore Boulevard to the east and south, Kennedy Blvd. to the north, and Armenia Avenue to the west. . It includes the Hyde ParkVillage, Bayshore Boulevard and SoHo. This section of Tampa is south and west of the Hillsborough River.

Dating back in the early 1880s, the first bridge across the Hillsborough River at Lafayette Street which is now called John F. Kennedy Blvd, was built by railroad financier Henry B. Plant. In 1882, the oldest house in Hyde Park was built at Morrison Avenue by James Watrousand since then, a neighborhood grew rapidly as a street car line was built on Swann Avenue and Rome Avenue. This is how the widening of the two streets were created unlike the other streets in the neighborhood were much narrower.

Old Hyde Park Village is located before which were called Cork Ave. , Dakota Ave., and Inman Ave., all traversed near where British pay phone is located today.

Types of houses here are bungalows considering the many historical houses to be seen. Lots of people desire to reside here because of its proximity to downtown Tampa, making it convenient for locals to stay. Hyde Park is rich of new developments and new establishments such as upscale shopping and fine dining are being built as well as housing developments. Small companies used Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs) to offer shuttle service to pedestrians from Hyde Park bound to other core neighborhoods in Tampa such as Ybor City and Downtown Tampa.

Hyde Park Village is an posh open-air shopping destination situated in the Hyde Park neighborhood. The center part is located in various buildiungs between Rome Avenue and Swann, just a few walks east of the SoHo neighborhood. The place is pet-friendly to well-behaved, pets on leash with patio spaces such as Antropologie, Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn, although most of the tenants are classy independent boutiques. Last 2009, the Cobbs Theatre launched the CineBistro in the center, which is a mix of movie theater and fine dining experience.


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