Hyde Park Village was designed for strolling, with streets displaying flower boxes, cute cafés and high-end retailers. A cherished neighborhood hub since its first buildings were constructed in 1925, this 265,000 square foot shopping district spans seven city blocks of street retail, offices and dining in the heart of the SoHo/Hyde Park Historic District, one of Tampa Bay's most desirable residential neighborhoods.

Hyde Park Village takes as much pride in its ambience as in its tenants; a beautiful park, majestic oak trees and brick walkways provide the perfect venue for the monthly Fresh Markets, spring and fall art festivals and holiday celebrations.

From Hyde Park, take a short trip down Westshore Boulevard, where you'll find Tampa neighborhoods lined with preserved Colonials, arts & crafts and early 20th-century bungalows - many with boat docks for backyards.

If you're a football fan, be sure to get seats at the Raymond James Stadium to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In springtime, you can watch the New York Yankees gear up for their upcoming season. If golf is more your style, check out the Rocky Point Golf Course for some leisurely play.

International Plaza, worthy of its name, boasts the likes of Henri Bendel, Tiffany & Co. and 200 other major shops to choose from. Westshore plaza adds another 150 shops, with an AMC14 Theater to boot.

Drive along South Westshore to encounter pockets of local eateries to include a taste for any appetite. Or visit the Green Iguana, Westshore to enjoy live music during a night out.

Raymond James Stadium
Come see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play in Raymond James Stadium.
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Westshore Plaza and other shopping options in Westshore and South Tampa
WestShore Plaza is a shopping mall and
entertainment destination.
Come see the New York Yankees
Some see where the New York Yankees have their spring training at George M Steinbrenner Field.
South Tampa dining options
Enjoy casual dining at one of the many
choices of restaurants.