Riverside Heights

On the opposite side of the Hillsborough River from its mouth is where you’ll find the neighborhood of Riverside Heights. The people who live there are treated to a high level of both charm and comfort, despite the fact that the area as a whole is not particularly large. The majority of the area is made up of residential neighborhoods, although it is also home to three different parks.

This Tampa neighborhood is situated a short distance to the south of the Water Works Park, which provides a splash pad, playground, and a section of the park that is ideally suited for picnicking by families. This park is home to one of the city’s most interesting attractions for children, and it’s a great place for families to spend time together. When it comes to grabbing a bite to eat in the area of Riverside Heights, Rincon Guatemalteco and China Moon are, respectively, two of the greatest eateries in the area.

The vast bulk of Riverside Heights’ residential real estate consists of single-family homes, which can be as tiny as studios or as large as two-bedroom apartments, as well as small apartment complexes that include anywhere from two to four bedrooms. The owners live in the majority of the residential residences now on the market. The majority of the residences in the Riverside Heights neighborhood date back to between the 1940s and the 1960s, making them somewhat more mature and older than the other homes in the area. In addition, the construction of a great number of homes occurred during this time period (1970-2000).

The degree of wealth in a neighborhood, which can range from extremely wealthy to medium income to low income, is a crucial aspect that plays a role in determining the personality and character of the community. The percentage of people, and notably children, who live below the poverty threshold imposed by the federal government is equally as essential. This is especially true for the percentage of children. It is conceivable for the neighborhoods immediately surrounding opulent gated communities to have high percentages of childhood poverty, which is an indicator of other societal problems. 

The majority of households in the Riverside Heights neighborhood in Tampa, FL have incomes that are greater than those of the middle class, making the area one with an income level that is higher than the average for the city. According to the findings of a comprehensive study, the household income that is typical in this area is much higher than the income that is typical in sixty percent of the communities in the United States. 22% of the children who live in this neighborhood have incomes that are lower than the federal poverty line, making it one of the neighborhoods in the United States that has a greater percentage of kid poverty than 70% of the other neighborhoods in the country.

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