Q1 2021 Engage in Tampa Bay

YBOR CITY is known as Tampa’s National Historic Landmark District. In the 1880s Ybor City was a melting pot of immigrants from Spain, Cuba, Germany and Italy and home to some of the world’s most famous cigar factories. Today, several structures in the historic district are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Evoking the history of Ybor City, the classic brick streets and historic facades blend into a distinct sense of culture that enlivens your environment while preserving a rich history of diversity, community and industry.

While it respects its history, Ybor is all about looking forward. There is so much more to explore in Ybor—a lively nightlife, a thriving influx of growing small businesses, eclectic retail stores, a growing number of new residential units and an abundance of diverse and locally-owned restaurants and eateries.

More than a century later and Ybor City continues to be the dynamic, energetic melting pot of Tampa Bay. ( yborcityonline.com )

Office Inventory: 193,000 SF

Total Submarket Population: 3,218

Hotel / Lodging: 2 Establishments

Residential: 1,426 Housing Units

Food / Beverages: 17 Establishments

Direct Ave Rental Rate: N/A

“This is a time of strong growth for Ashley Furniture, and we’re proud to partner with the city of Tampa, Hillsborough County and the Ybor City business community to build our future in this exciting and historic location.” –ToddWanek, president and CEO of Ashley Furniture Industries

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