Tampa Bay's National Historic Landmark District

YCDC-Heart-Vector Ybor City’s 135-year history proves its strong ‘beat’ as the Learn More. A neighborhood where the culture, history, diversity, and beauty keep it ALIVE!
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Welcome To Historic Ybor City

There is so much more to explore in Ybor! It’s not just Tampa’s playground, it’s historically different with a thriving influx of growing corporations and small businesses, eclectic retail stores, diverse restaurants and a growing number of new residential units for people calling Ybor City home.

Conveniently located just northeast of downtown, Ybor City is the only neighborhood on Florida’s west coast to be designated a National Historic Landmark District. Founded by Vicente Martinez-Ybor, the district has enjoyed a rich and diverse culture for more than a century.

Ybor’s 7th Avenue, the main commercial thoroughfare was recognized as one of the “10 Great Streets in America”! Don’t just take our word for it, explore Ybor City today and find out exactly why…”There’s more in Ybor!”



Tampa’s premier historic district is the only neighborhood on Florida’s west...

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Calling Ybor City home gives people the opportunity to live where they work and...

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Reinvention and revival have always been a part of Ybor City's history, and they...

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Get Around

Get Around

Whether you're walking the charming side streets or just looking for a place to...

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Write your history on a custom Ybor City paver

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  • Metal Archway over avenue entrance with words Ybor City shining behind the sun rising in the distance
  • Old two story wooden cigar factory, fenced off for renovation, featuring 14 large windows on each floor topped with 5 third story window views
  • Illuminated two story outdoor mall with large signage for Centro Ybor hanging above signange for Muvico movie theater
  • Rooster standing on railroad tracks with chickens in the background
  • 12,000-square-foot Ybor City mural across the exterior of three industrial buildings