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New Tampa Real Estate

New Tampa area has been one of the most popular newer suburbs of Tampa. Located about 30-45 minutes drive North - East of downtown, this thoughtfully planned area has everything you need for your daily routine and enjoyment: stores and entertainment, Malls and Outlets, resort style communities and parks - all within minutes drive.

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Zip code:

33647 is the zip code for most parts of New Tampa. Included are 33646 and portions of 33543 and 33544.


Its neighbor northward is Wesley Chapel. Southward, it's the University of South Florida.

To the west, it's Lutz and eastward, it's the Morris Bridge Road and the Hillsborough River State Park.

New Tampa name:

The "new" in New Tampa arose from the desire of developers in the middle 1980s to find a place to create new communities with great amenities and conveniences.

They found it in this area which was bursting with green open spaces and conservation lands.

The city of Tampa began annexing this place in the 1980s and then named it New Tampa in 1992, after creating its first community council.


With a population 61,924 as of 2015, based on US Census data, it's the most populated zip code in Hillsborough County.


There are 22,339 households and 15,693 families, as of 2015.


The median family income is $93,047, higher than the median household income, which is $74,239.

Housing Units:

There are 24,654 units, 20,585 of which are occupied, and 12,313 are owner-occupied, representing 59.8% of occupied units.

Entertainment, Shopping, Golf, Nature Parks:

  • Busch Gardens,
  • Adventure Island,
  • Cheetah Hunt,
  • Shops at Wiregrass,
  • Shoppes at New Tampa,
  • Tampa Premium Outlets,
  • University Mall,
  • The Walk at Highwoods Preserve,
  • Target,
  • Pebble Creek Golf Club,
  • Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club,
  • Hunter's Green Country Club,
  • Hillsborough River State Park,
  • Morris Bridge Park,
  • Lettuce Lake Park,
  • Museum of Science & Industry

University of South Florida:

The USF is just south of New Tampa. With its nearly 50,000 students representing over 130 different countries, an annual budget of $1.6 billion, and research contracts worth $413.6 million, it's one of New Tampa's major growth drivers and sources of vitality.