Richmond Place is located in the area typically referred to by the locals as "New Tampa"
New Tampa is a region in Florida that encompasses both a 24-square-mile (62 km2) area within the corporate limits of the City of Tampa, as well as a larger land area that is in unincorporated Hillsborough, but retains a Tampa mailing address. The incorporated portion of "New Tampa" that lies within the city limits of Tampa is one of the largest city neighborhoods. The population has grown rapidly since being annexed by the city of Tampa in 1988. As of the 2000 census, the district had a population of 22,466. Many new master planned residential communities are planned or already under construction.Big-box stores are following the boom in population and are transforming this once rural area.
"New Tampa" also refers to a larger area that includes the area described above as well as parts of Wesley Chapel, an unincorporated area that abuts Hillsborough county to the north. Although neither technically nor officially part of the Tampa designated neighborhood New Tampa, most Tampa area residents identify the entire area as New Tampa.
Although settled in the mid-1800s, New Tampa remained undeveloped until the late-1980s, when the city of Tampa annexed the 24-square-mile (62km2) area. Its oldest neighborhood, Tampa Palms, although originally developed when the area was still unincorporated, did not thrive until the district boom of the 1990s. Most of the city's growth in the 1990s occurred in this district.
As a courtesy, we are happy to provide the following links to helpful information and resources. Please note: links will open in a new browser window - Richmond Place does not endorse and is not responsible for their content or for the products, services or other offers they include:
- Hospitals & Urgent Care (Please use 911 for Emergencies):
- Places of Worship
- There are many places of worship in the surrounding area. This link will take you to churches in our zip code.