The subject property contains 1.18 +/- acres and is irregular in shape that can be accessed by boat only. Approximately 0.43 acre is reported to be within the Tampa Bypass Canal and contains submerge lands. The remaining 0.75 acre consists of approximately 0.20 acres of usable uplands and 0.54 acres of probable wetlands.
The Tampa Bypass Canal (TBC) is a 14-mile waterway that connects the Lower Hillsborough Wilderness Preserve with McKay Bay. The canal provides flood protection for the cities of Temple Terrace and Tampa by diverting floodwaters from the Hillsborough River. The canal is also a water supply source for the city of Tampa. As a result, plants and animals that live on these lands are also protected and the public can enjoy recreational and educational activities in the great outdoors.
Aerials & Documents
Last Verified: 01/24/2017
Property Type: Land, Recreation
Location: South of E. Washington Street and west of US 41, Tampa, FL
Frontage: 500 +/- FT on Tampa Bay Canal -- no road frontage - legally accessed via the waterway and is physically accessible via the property directly to the north,
Description: Uplands/Wetlands: 0.20 acres of usable uplands, 0.54 acres of wetlands, 0.43 acres of submerged lands / Zoning/FLU: IG (Industrial General 0.75 FAR)/LI (Light Industrial 1.5 FAR) / Potential Uses: Assemblage to adjacent marina and warehouse parcel to the north or recreational use
Driving Directions: Take Selmon Expressway to US 41, go south on US 41 to canal.