With roughly 3.1 million residents, Tampa is the biggest city in the Tampa- St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. Old Tampa Bay and Hillsborough Bay surround Tampa City and flow together to form the Tampa Bay and then joins the Gulf of Mexico.
Fondly referred to as Tampa’s ‘Town Square,’ the 8 acres large Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park is surrounded by the Tampa theatre, the Straz Center for Performing Arts, the John F. Germany public library, the Glazier Children’s Museum, and the Tampa Museum. It’s estimated that over one million visitors per year take part in the various events hosted by the Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. In the Ybor City District, you will find many places of historical significance like El Centro Espanol de Tampa, Centro Asturiano de Tampa, L’Unione Italiana, and the Babe Zaharias Golf Course.
A new, urban-living project in Tampa is the Tampa Water Street project, a 60-block mega-development that is a joint venture between Jeff Vinik of Tampa Bay Lightning and Cascade Investments run by Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The redevelopment of the Tampa Heights Riverfront envisages that over the next few years, it will grow into an urban village, spread over 50 acres with retail offices and a residential unit. The Armature Works building, once a storage facility for Streetcars, is now the trendy Heights Public Market with outdoor recreation, music, and innovative eateries. Midtown Tampa is another upcoming contemporary retail and residential area spread over 1.8 million square feet.
Coming to residential neighborhoods – Hyde Park features many historic homes and bungalows, it includes the Bayside Boulevard, a 4.5 mile- long and 10 feet wide sidewalk, the Hyde Park Village, an upmarket shopping district, and the posh So-Ho Avenue. Exclusive and expensive houses are the hallmarks of Beach Park and Bayshore Beautiful, with spectacular waterfront views. Other good neighborhoods to live in are Parkland Estates, Harbor Islands, Palma Ceia, Belmar Gardens, and Ballast Point.
Tampa has a tropical climate, which means that the summers are hot and humid, interspersed with storms, lightning, and winds. Strong winds tend to hit power lines sparking fires. The winters are dry but comfortable. It is in a hurricane zone, and in 2017, Hurricane Irma caused widespread damage, even affecting the electricity grid in Tampa. Besides hurricanes, it is vulnerable to sinkholes, tornadoes, floods, and fires.
Insuring your precious home and property is a must as disasters don’t come with a warning! It would be a good idea to buy separate flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program. Some good home insurance companies in this area are Tower Hill Insurance Group, State Farm, and Citizens Property Insurance Corporation.
Going through the life-threatening experience of a disaster like a fire and the ensuing loss of property can be devastating, and while you’re recovering from this, you need someone by your side to guide you. A fire causes tremendous destruction and affects your home in unimaginable ways – smoke, soot, and water are insidious and it requires an expert to unravel the consequences. Only a licensed Public Adjuster Fire Tampa understands all the intricate problems caused by fire damage to your property. Fire insurance claims are not a straightforward process so trust our expert team at Experienced Public Adjusters Tampa to take control of the insurance claim process.
As Public Adjusters for fire damage insurance claims, we have years of experience in dealing with insurance companies, and we have the skills to navigate the complex process of claims and settlements. Our staff of licensed professionals will handle your documentation, so you can focus on what’s important – your family and living life normally after a loss. It is our solemn promise at Experienced Public Adjusters, Tampa, to ensure that you receive the correct settlement as per your policy.
Contact Experienced Public Adjusters for fire claim support in Tampa.