Residential 4-story, 7Th Ave, Ybor City Tampa (coming)
YBOR CITY / TAMPA, FL – Construction plans for a new 4-story mixed-use building addition are being reviewed for the grassy lot located at the northeast corner of Nuccio Pkwy and 7th Avenue next to the welcome sign in Ybor City.
The City of Tampa owned the property since 1983 and recently sold it to an entity with tentative plans to developed the rest of the property.
Residential Building construction site
1212 E 7th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 Google Maps |
YBOR CITY / TAMPA, FL – Habibi Cafe & Hookah Bar features beer, wine and tobacco in fruity flavors located on the corner of historic 7th Avenue and 17th Street in the Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa, FL.
Habibi Hookah Bar is an open-air, laid-back area with two of the walls permanently open to the street allowing second hand smoke to escape for a safer experience.
Sun – Wed, 2pm – 2am
Thu 2pm to 3am
Fri 3pm to 3am
Sat 2pm to 3am
YBOR CITY / TAMPA, FL – Bernini of Ybor Italian Restaurant features $2 Finlandia martinis all day before 7 pm and 1/2 price entrees and pastas from 4pm-7pm in the historic 1908 Bank of Ybor building on 7th Avenue in the Ybor City.
Bernini serves classic pasta dinners, wood-fired pizza and high-protein entrees that include chicken, pork, filet tenderloins, duck, snapper, grouper, salmon, veal….see more on menus
BIG GROUPS: Groups over 30 are welcome and can be easily seated in the private upstairs dining room – reservations are recommended.
RESERVATIONS: Reservations take priority and get seated right away while walk-ins wait.
And for entertainment there is the Improv Comedy Theater, GameTime for games and the Muvico, a 10 screen digital movie theater that features the latest Hollywood blockbusters – check movies and times at carmike.com.
TAMPA, FL – TECO Streetcars has a route map that travels 2.7 miles through Ybor City, the Channel District and parts of Downtown Tampa. Riding streetcars is a great way to get acquainted with the area or to get to your favorite place along the route worry free.
The first electric streetcars in Tampa started rolling in 1892 and were a necessity for daily life. The tracks were more of abundant and the workers at the cigar factories west of Tampa depended on them among many others.
The streetcars reached a peak in popularity in the 1920’s with almost 24 million passengers in 1926. But following World War II in 1946, the streetcars came to a permanent halt.
The streetcar system was restored and started rolling once again on October 19, 2002 with 11 stations. The track begins or ends (depending on how you look at it at) at Centennial Park Station Station #1 near 8th Avenue and 20th Street in Ybor City, just a block away from the Historic 7th Avenue.
The route includes Channelside Drive, that runs right through the Channel District with a front row view of the Port of Tampa. Along the port you may see beautiful cruise ships like the MS Brilliance Cruise Ship docked awaiting its next voyage.
You will pass The Florida Aquarium and a two-story strip-mall with opportunities to dine, visit cafes, enjoy a movie or do some shopping before heading towards Downtown Tampa to the end at Whiting Station #11 on Whiting Street.
Adults can ride the street cars in Tampa all day long for only $5.00 or $2.50 for one way. Youth 15 – 17 ride all day for $2.50 and $1.25 for one way.