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Downtown Tampa....Part I

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Here is a short 3 part tour of Tampa, Florida. Parts I & II focus on downtown, while Part III will show some of the city's historic urban neighborhoods. So lets get started with downtown

Tampa skyline looking north from Harbor Island
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Post apartment development on Harbor Island
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heading east on the Lee Roy Selmon into downtown
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University of Tampa
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office across the street from UT (due to urban renewal we don't have too many of these older buildings left)
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looking south on Florida Avenue
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looking north on Florida Avenue
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looking west on Florida Avenue
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Sacred Heart Catholic Church
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Tampa Street looking south
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a little urban grit for you guys
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former Mass Brothers Department Store (will somebody please turn this place into lofts?)
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looking west on Jackson Street
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vacant Floridian Hotel
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link to PART II
http://www.cyburbia.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=7252
 
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