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Old 02-19-2008, 09:00 AM
 
Location: I presently live in New York
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Hello Everyone....

I am a single male 35yr old Real Estate Broker In New York.

I think I need a change and have I have been thinking about moving to Florida for some time now...

Many years ago I lived on the west coast, clearwater.. and loved it, but I am open to any area as long as there are people my age within.

I need help...I want to live in an area where the age ranges from 25-45, as many singles as possible..lol Great beaches, nice dining....

I enjoy working out on a regular basis, and keeping fit. So I would prefer to be in an area where the people think alike....

Also I will be in the market for a job...Real Estate Leasing Consultant?? Over 10yrs exp. in the field.

Can anyone help...thanks
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Old 02-19-2008, 02:41 PM
 
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Are you looking for a larger or smaller area? Tampa is the largest city with some great spots like SoHo and HydePark for a younger, single crowd. St. Petersburg is closer to the beaches and a little smaller than Tampa. I've only ever "done" downtown St. Pete, Grand Central which are pretty cool; the city as a whole is an older population and more spread out than Tampa. Dunedin is North Tampa Bay area and is smaller, but wealthy and I think more of an artsy community (I've only ever been to HoneyMoon Island there, which BTW is GORGEOUS!).

I would suggest you come take a trip! The communities of the Bay area have alot of similarities, but also alot of differences. I'd like to live closer to the beaches myself, but I'm a walking billboard for SoHo..LOL! I LOVE my neighborhood.
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Old 02-19-2008, 08:20 PM
 
Location: East Tennessee
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V, the area L is talking about is in Zip 33606. In Tampa, SoHo stands for South Howard (Avenue). You should now be able to lookup suitable properties and get an idea about location, pricing, etc. And walking distance to MacDinton's has always been a good thing.
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Old 02-20-2008, 06:27 AM
 
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MacDinton's is great, but I prefer the Dubliner

BTW, there is also 33629 portions of SoHo (West side of S. Howard to East side of MacDill; a very cute section of the neighborhood).
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