There’s a reason Tampa is one of the best places to watch 4th of July fireworks by boat. From downtown Tampa to downtown St. Petersburg, a host of waterfront destinations welcome boaters to dock and join in the star-spangled celebrations!

Situated in the heart of the new Westhore Marina District, Marina Pointe Tampa provides residents with easy access to the waterways via a state-of-the-art deepwater marina with 150 slips. These luxury condo Tampa owners will be spoiled for choice of places to watch the best Bay Area fireworks and enjoy 4th of July in Tampa.

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Tampa’s Boom By the Bay

This city-orchestrated event is by far the most fantastic way to experience fireworks in Tampa. Sail into Hillsborough Bay and the Hillsborough River to watch unforgettable firework displays light up the night along 2.5 miles of downtown waterfront.

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4th of July Fireworks, Downtown St. Pete

This city-orchestrated event is by far the most fantastic way to experience fireworks in Tampa. Sail into Hillsborough Bay and the Hillsborough River to watch unforgettable firework displays light up the night along 2.5 miles of downtown waterfront.

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Sandbar Firework Spectacular

Planning to spend Independence Day on the water? Launch an Independence Day excursion to nearby Anna Maria Island and enjoy this long-standing annual fireworks show. After a day of celebrating and swimming in turquoise blue waters, relax on your boat with a refreshing drink and watch the night sky come to life.

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Clearwater Celebrates America

A short boat ride will lead you to one of the largest Tampa Bay fireworks displays. Enjoy a day on the beach, then relax and enjoy the view from your boat as the sky lights up.

At Home on the Water

Marina Pointe is perfectly positioned for 4th of July Tampa festivities. The tower or townhome residence will feature floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning District and bay views as well as vibrant fireworks displays visible to anyone near the water. Whether you choose to celebrate from the comfort of your home, the resort-style pool overlooking Tampa Bay, or on the full-service marina dock, you won’t even have to leave home to experience a spectacular show.

TAMPA’S ULTIMATE IN-TOWN, ON-THE-WATER LIFESTYLE

Marina Pointe’s luxury waterfront condominiums from the mid-$700,000s are now available in the heart of the Westshore Marina District, where residents can walk to shops, dine on the water and enjoy a state-of-the-art marina and boat slips on their doorstep. Contact us today to schedule your virtual presentation or private appointment.

Lobby - Sales Gallery Design

Marina Pointe Tampa and the Westshore Marina District are back and better than ever, with construction activity underway and the freshly redesigned sales gallery now welcoming future residents!

The recent sales gallery design update included the creation of a new “design center” that allows buyers to preview an array of high-end finishes and designer selections firsthand, providing a glimpse into the luxury interiors of Marina Pointe’s elegant waterfront residences.

CONTEMPORARY NEW SELECTIONS

Designer Flooring
Browse a generous selection of flooring swatches – designer porcelain tiles are available throughout the kitchen, living area and baths, with plush carpeting in the bedrooms.

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European-Style Kitchen Cabinetry
Step into the replica kitchen and view the sleek European-style cabinetry with full extension, soft close slides and soft close hinges. The kitchen island and countertops also reflect the waterfall edge quartz.

Premium Kitchen Appliances
Picture yourself preparing mouthwatering meals for friends and family with world-class kitchen appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf, including a stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, top-of-the-line Wolf induction cooktop and stainless steel hood, and a stainless steel Wolf microwave and wall-mounted oven. The large capacity Asko dishwasher will help cut-down the clean up time!

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Owner’s Bath With Modern Décor
Retreat to the private owner’s bath, featuring a backlit mirror, porcelain flooring, European-style cabinetry and gleaming fixtures from Kohler and Grohe. Visitors can also slide into the large free-standing soaking tub and appreciate the spacious enclosed shower.

TAMPA’S ULTIMATE IN-TOWN, ON-THE-WATER LIFESTYLE

Marina Pointe’s luxury waterfront condominiums from the mid-$700,000s are now available in the heart of Tampa’s Westshore Marina District, where residents can walk to shops, dine on the water and enjoy a state-of-the-art marina and boat slips on their doorstep. Contact us today to schedule your virtual presentation or private appointment.

Overhead View

Nestled between Tampa and St. Petersburg, the 52-acre master-planned project will reshape the Tampa Bay area. Plans for the $600 million development call for a 1,750-unit residential component, shops, offices, restaurants, nearly 2 miles of waterfront parks and walking trails, as well as a 150-slip, deep water marina for vessels up to 100 feet.

Fort Lauderdale-based developer BTI Partners and its associates are behind this new western gateway to Tampa. At the end of February, BTI broke ground on Marina Pointe, a component of the Westshore Marina District that includes three residential towers, the marina and a retail center. The first of the 16-story condominium buildings is expected to open in 2022, with 40 percent of the units already presold. Other elements of the luxury mixed-use community are also moving forward. BTI Partners intends to deliver the retail component of the district, Marina Landings, later this year.

Back in the 1970s, between years of grad school, I rode the rails around the country on an Amtrak railpass. When the pass and my cash expired, I found myself in Tampa. I got a room at the fleabag Hotel Floridan and landed a server job at a 24-hour restaurant near the University of Tampa.

For fun on days off, I’d hoof all the way from downtown out to WestShore Plaza to hang at the mall for a couple hours. Except for an occasional drunk lurching from a tavern around Kennedy Blvd. and, say, Himes Ave., I was the only one along the entire route even thinking about walking.

What a difference 42 years makes.