Just twenty years ago, Tampa’s Channel District was primarily occupied with low low-rise light industrial and distribution uses, largely influenced by proximity to the port activity. Though geographically near the downtown core, rail lines and roadway alignments made it effectively isolated. With infrastructure improvements including removal of an overpass and connection via a streetcar line, the District has grown to become a growing vibrant residential neighborhood in a walkable district with supporting shops, restaurants, entertainment, and (soon to come) full-service grocery store.
Space is limited on this tour. Please sign up here to reserve a spot. Free and open to all attendees. Please arrive by 10:30am in the lobby to secure your reservation.