Richmond Place Tampa, Florida

  • Availability: 1 bed
  • Price: From $99,900
  • Estimated Completion: Completed
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Rental Yield: 6%

Why Tampa?

  • Prices 50% discounted from peak of market
  • Jobs growth - $614m invested creating 4500 new positions
  • New Tampa population rose 272.7% over 10 years
  • New Tampa is accounting for 52% of Tampa's citywide growth
  • Tampa is Florida's third most popular city behind only Orlando and Miami
  • Only 1 x one bed available

Last apartment on one of our most popular projects ever, Richmond Place Tampa.

All apartments are high specification, fully tenanted and fully managed by Benoit Management LLC offering high yield alongside huge capital growth potential for cash investors.

 

Why Richmond Place?

  • Large apartments on upmarket, gated community
  • Fully tenanted and managed for investor buyers
  • Pool, fitness centre, tennis and volleyball court
  • Golf, luxury shopping and dining all within 0.5 miles
  • Only 20 minutes from Tampa International airport
  • Easy access to all the theme parks and beaches

 

Apartment Amenities

  • 24 Hour Gated Community Tropical Setting
  • Stunning Pool and Tanning Deck
  • Picnic Area with BBQ Grill 24 Hour Fitness Center Verizon FiOS
  • Car Wash Center with Vacuum
  • Trail, Hike, Bike, Jog Volleyball & Tennis Court
  • Laundry Facility
  • Playground Area
  • Emergency Maintenance
  • Located in Prestigious New Tampa

Richmond Place is a centrally located condominium community in within the master-planned community just South of where Bruce B. Downs crosses I-75.

One of several New Tampa condo conversions the past few years, the community has the benefit of being a short distance to restaurants and shops and is minutes from USF, University Community Hospital and Veterans Hospital.    The brand new Wiregrass Mall is only 10 minutes away which includes a Macy's, Coach,  Yamato Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar, and an 800,000 Sq Foot outdoor skating rink.


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