Gardens at Diana Point
CDC of Tampa's newest multi-family development consists of 24 townhomes built on East Diana Street near the intersection of North 43rd Street in Hillsborough County.
These high-quality, affordable rental homes have three bedrooms and two baths with attached garages!
Spacious Three-bedroom, Two-bathroom Floor Plans
1,320 and 1,381 square feet
Plenty of Closets and Storage Space for Families
Fort King Colony
CDC of Tampa's completed multi-family development consists of 120 apartment homes in Zephyrhills, Florida.
To learn more about Fort Kind Colony, visit the complex's property management site here.
29th Street Open-Air Pavilion
CDC of Tampa received funding under the State’s Front Porch Initiative to develop an open-air market for vendors. Located directly across the street from the Nehemiah Laundromat, the market opened in 2003 at a cost of $250,000.
While the original intention of the market was to create an active hub for local vendors to sell their goods, produce, merchandise and services under a sheltered environment, the project never fully realized its potential as an open-air market.
The building does, however, continue to serve the needs of local residents as a community Open-Air Pavilion, hosting community health fairs, local church events, and other organized community-building activities.
Audrey L. Spotford
Youth & Family Center
CDC of Tampa successfully converted an abandoned bar into a 5,000 square foot Youth and Family Center. Completed in 2000 at a cost of $1,226,000.
East Tampa Business Center
CDC of Tampa received a $350,000 Inner City Redevelopment Grant from the City of Tampa in 1998 to purchase and convert an abandoned retail strip center into six small business incubator storefronts.
The building is situated in one of the City of Tampa's Weed and Seed areas and Is located In a designated Enterprise Zone.
The East Tampa Business Center provides technical assistance and affordable lease space to small minority-owned local businesses.