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Palma Ceia

Palma Ceia is a district situated southwest of downtown Tampa, Florida and is bounded by Bay to Bay Boulevard from Dale Mabry to Himes and El Prado between Himes and the Crosstown Expressway to the south; Miguel Street West of MacDill Avenue and Neptune Street East of MacDill Avenue to the north; the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway to the east; and MacDill Avenue between Neptune and San Miguel, Dale Mabry Highway between San Miguel and Bay to Bay and Himes between Bay to Bay and El Prado to the west.

All the names of the streets in Palma Ceia originated from Cuba, coming from the old section of Havana streets. The neighborhood is where you will find Palma Ceia Design District which is at the center of McDill Ave. intersection and bay to Bay Blvd. From Bayshore Boulevard, it is just a half-mile walk. This place features many specialty boutiques and highest rated cafes in the city. There are also many art galleries,fitness centers, and parksnearby.One is the Palma Ceia Park which is a peaceful and shaded neighborhood park in antiquated area of Palma Ceia inclusive of a fenced dog park, playground, covered picnic areas, public restrooms, and basketball hoops. read more…

Palma Ceia is a district situated southwest of downtown Tampa, Florida and is bounded by Bay to Bay Boulevard from Dale Mabry to Himes and El Prado between Himes and the Crosstown Expressway to the south; Miguel Street West of MacDill Avenue and Neptune Street East of MacDill Avenue to the north; the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway to the east; and MacDill Avenue between Neptune and San Miguel, Dale Mabry Highway between San Miguel and Bay to Bay and Himes between Bay to Bay and El Prado to the west.

All the names of the streets in Palma Ceia originated from Cuba, coming from the old section of Havana streets. The neighborhood is where you will find Palma Ceia Design District which is at the center of McDill Ave. intersection and bay to Bay Blvd. From Bayshore Boulevard, it is just a half-mile walk. This place features many specialty boutiques and highest rated cafes in the city. There are also many art galleries,fitness centers, and parksnearby.One is the Palma Ceia Park which is a peaceful and shaded neighborhood park in antiquated area of Palma Ceia inclusive of a fenced dog park, playground, covered picnic areas, public restrooms, and basketball hoops.

In 2010, the ribbon cutting was done to launch the sculpture made by a Marc DeWaele, a local artist of Palma Ceia. The sculpture was erected at the Macdill and Bay to Bay intersection in order to designate the district officially. You will also discover the Michael Murphy Gallery in South MacDill Avenue, Tampa which is the nearest entertainment.

Palma Ceia is also where Palma Ceia Country Club is located, which is adjacent to the exclusive Golfview community. The neighborhood is within the Henry b Plant High School district. Artistically, it is popularly known for its streets made of bricks, just similar to those in Ybor City.


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