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Hot homes: Condos + apartments for sale in the Tampa Bay area

Looking for a change of space, pace, or scenery? This could be the list for you.

The Parkcrest Harbour Island condo community sits in the sunshine. The building has a red roof, blue and grey walls, and roughly eight stories of windows. There are boats sat in the Hillsborough River in the foreground, and palm trees surround the building.

Harbour Island has luxe condos aplenty.

If you look around the Tampa Bay area, you’ll see plenty of enticing real estate on the market. But have you ever looked up? Condos + apartments can offer lower prices, heightened security, amenities galore, maintenance services, and other beneficial features.

We rounded up seven on the market right now which are catching our eye:

219 4th Ave. N., #106, St. Petersburg | $375,000

This is just one of multiple units available in this 1930s building. Beach Drive and Downtown St. Pete are within walking distance, and amenities include a pool table, fitness center, library, and a piano. This unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and almost 1,200 sqft.

700 S. Harbour Island Blvd., #121, Tampa | $460,000

Located inside the Parkcrest Harbour Island condo complex, this 1,050-sqft space offers unrivaled Big Guava access. The ground floor condo is situated just across the Hillsborough River from spots like the Tampa Riverwalk, Amalie Arena, Sparkman Wharf, and Water Street Tampa. Tropical surroundings are accompanied by in-unit laundry, a courtyard, a waterfront pool + hot tub, and round-the-clock security.

The pool at Parkcrest Harbour Island. Palm trees like the pool and the Marriott hotel is visible in the distance on the other side of the Hillsborough River.

Talk about a backyard view.

1 Beach Dr. SE, #1208, St. Petersburg | $585,000

The heart of the Burg location + 12th-floor views makes this a pretty good condo combo. This unit boasts partial bay views inside a ~1,800-sqft, two-bed, two-bath property. The building has a fitness center, heated pool, outdoor rooftop grilling area, and a running track on the 29th floor.

718 Gulf Blvd., #2, Indian Rocks Beach | $649,000

If you want to live within walking distance of the Gulf of Mexico, this is the spot for you. The two-bed, two-bath condo sits near the neighborhood’s entertainment + dining options. A beachy vibe awaits with 1,000+ sqft of living space.

3401 Bayshore Blvd., #503, Tampa | $2.65 million

Enjoy fifth-floor views of Tampa’s most iconic street, with ~2,700 sqft, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and open-plan flooring, all inside The Virage complex. The building has a dog park, a pool overlooking the Bay, a fitness center, and other convenient comforts.

3805 Gulf Blvd., #504, St. Pete Beach | ~$3 million

This penthouse boasts 4,300+ sqft of living space, with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, views of both the ocean + Intracoastal Waterway, a movie theater, a huge kitchen + breakfast bar, and a whole host of other luxe features. We forgot to mention — it’s a 90-second walk to the beach.

1000 Water St., #2501, Tampa | ~$5.5 million

Talk about ridiculous. You could own this junior penthouse on the penultimate floor of The Edition in the Water Street Tampa neighborhood. The ~2,500-sqft property has three beds, four baths, stunning 180º views of the Cigar City, as well as luxury amenities within the building itself + fine dining and entertainment options.

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