New Homes for Sale in Tampa, FL

LGI Homes offers Tampa, Florida area new homes for sale in multiple area communities. If you are tired of renting in Tampa, locate affordable new homes by visiting the communities today.
new homes tampa
Sea Forest Beach Club Villages at BridgeWater Chatham Walk Hill N Dale Spring Ridge Sherman Hills Mirada
Chatham Walk
Apollo Beach
Immediate Move-In Available
Hill 'N Dale
Last Homes Available
Wesley Chapel
Coming Early 2020
Coming Soon
Sea Forest Beach Club
North Pinellas County
Incredible Amenities
Sherman Hills
Wesley Chapel
Now Selling
Spring Ridge
Spring Hill
New Interiors
Immediate Move-in Available

Tampa's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes is proud to offer beautiful new homes in our amenity-rich communities conveniently located in the greater Tampa area. With affordable home prices, our communities offer spacious living in a comfortable family atmosphere while enjoying quick access to the state's best beaches, amusement parks and family attractions. These beautiful communities exemplify the LGI Homes commitment to service, quality and value, through their stunning new home communities and affordable no money down homes. Enjoy the slower pace, open space and reduced living expense that exists just a short distance from downtown. LGI Homes' new home communities offer the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of Greater Tampa.

About Tampa, FL

For new home builders, Tampa is a wonderful community that’s sure to provide the comfort and excitement everyone wants from where they live. The area is home to more than 335,000 people and is one of the largest cities in Florida, making it an epicenter for growth and new homes. Tampa boasts wonderful weather all year round, with summers that stay generally cool and mild winters. In fact, the temperature usually stays around the 70s, though it can spike during the summer. Tampa has a large offering of entertainment options that will likely interest you. If you’re into sports, you’ll have a lot of different teams to choose from. Tampa features teams for football (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), baseball (Tampa Bay Rays), and hockey (Tampa Bay Lightning). Of particular interest for baseball fans may be spring training, which brings teams like the Toronto Blue Jays, Philadelphia Phillies, and New York Yankees to the community.

If sports aren’t your thing, check out the beautiful Tampa beaches, parks, lakes, and the bay itself. There’s lots of outdoors activities you can participate in like kayaking, swimming, hiking, sailing, and more. Check out the arts in the many galleries and theaters around the city, or take a more educational approach by visiting the Gulf Coast World of Science or the Pioneer Florida Museum. Those are just a few of the offerings available for you to consider when looking for new homes in Tampa, Florida.

Other Tampa Factoids

Tampa, Florida is simply teeming with wildlife. The bay features more than 200 species of fish. Speaking of the bay, it averages out to only about 12 feet deep.

If you’ve ever wondered where you would find the longest sidewalk in the world, wonder no more. That just happens to be Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa, which runs for an impressive 4.5 miles.

If you like authentic Spanish and Cuban cuisine, you can’t go wrong with the Columbia restaurant in this community. Not only does it have some delectable dishes for you to try, it’s also the oldest restaurant in the state of Florida.

The historic downtown Tampa, Florida community Ybor City is said to be very haunted. In fact, the Travel Channel named one place in Ybor City, the Cuban Club, one of the “Top 10 Most Haunted Places in the U.S.”

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Energy Efficiency

With communities in some of the hottest states across the country, we understand that it's important for our homes to be not only attractive and well-constructed, but also energy efficient. We strive to provide our residents in Texas, Arizona, California, Minnesota, Alabama, Oklahoma, Nevada, Oregon, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, Colorado and Florida with some of the most energy efficient homes.