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Tampa Office
101 East Kennedy Boulevard
Suite 3400
Tampa, Florida 33602

Tel: (813) 387-0300
Fax: (813) 387-1800

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Tampa is one of Florida's most vibrant cities.  The city has a large downtown area, which includes the exciting Channelside and Ybor entertainment districts.  If you'd like to truly capture a taste of all that Tampa has to offer, stroll the Riverwalk, unwind at one of the many diverse selections of restaurants, or enjoy one of many famous attractions, such as the Florida Aquarium, Busch Gardens, and Lowry Park Zoo.

Arts & Entertainment
Tampa's cultural arts celebrate its diverse community.  Theater, orchestra, museums, and galleries provide an array of opportunities to showcase inspiring performances, and enriching youth programs reflected in their heritage and the fabric of their community.  Many of Tampa's cultural arts centers are located downtown along the Hillsborough River.  The David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, Tampa Museum of Art, Henry B. Plant Museum, and Tampa Bay History Center provide ideal venues to view the arts and cultural exhibits.  The Glazer Children's Museum is Tampa's newest attraction and offers engaging exhibits and learning environments for families.

Outdoors and Sports
The nearby beach communities boast an average of 361 sunny days per year.  The spectacular Gulf Coast extends from St. Pete Beach to Johns Pass and northward to Indian Rocks Beach and includes 10 barrier islands connected by a stretch of road called Gulf Boulevard.  If you love the outdoors and enjoy a good adventure, grab a canoe or charter a boat and check out the costal wetlands.  You'll have an opportunity to view rare plants, spectacular flowers, birds and exotic wildlife.

If swinging at a golf ball is more your style, check out the numerous award winning courses in Tampa.  For those sports fanatics, Tampa's NFL team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa's MLB team, the Tampa Bay Rays, or Tampa's NHL team, Tampa Bay Lighting will provide some competitive action and plenty of good times.  Central Florida also hosts more than a dozen professional baseball teams for Spring Training, including the New York Yankees who play at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa.

One of Tampa's best known traditions occurs in late January when pirates invade the city to the delight of hundreds of thousands of spectators who line the streets for parades and revelry.  The Gasparilla Pirate Festival is a annual celebration of the legend of José Gaspar, a fearsome buccaneer who plundered the west coast of Florida during the 18th century.

Tampa is divided into more than a dozen neighborhoods, many of which were towns and unincorporated communities annexed into the growing city.  These neighborhoods reflect Tampa's rich heritage and include Ybor City, Sulpher Springs and Hyde Park..  Ybor City is a National Historic Landmark District founded in the 1880's by cigar manufacturers..  Located within a few miles of Ybor City, Sulpher Springs was the site of a well known resort and tourist attraction in the roaring twenties.  Hyde Park is primarily a residential community to the west of the downtown area and is home to Bayshore Boulevard, which has the world's longest continuous sidewalk and is a favorite of local joggers, skaters and bikers who can enjoy its scenic views of upper Tampa Bay.

Tampa Bay's vibrant community truly makes this city a hot spot bursting with flavor and diversity.  For more information about this great city, click on

David A. Beyer
Managing Partner

Tel:  (813) 387-0264
Fax:  (813) 387-1764