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Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments | Tampa Florida 

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Why our clients keep coming back: 

 

  • Fast 7 Day Dependable Reports  

  • Reports Accepted by Banks & SBA 

  • Reliable Office Support  

  • Fast Estimates & Ordering 

 

With our Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment, investors can confidently proceed through the due diligence phase. Our reports are prepared efficiently and accurately, following the strict standards of ASTM E1527-21. Our guidance equips clients with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding their investment in the Dallas Fort Worth metro area. Thus, they can rest assured of gaining a significant advantage while carrying out their due diligence.

In contemporary real estate transactions, a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment is a prevalent necessity. Generally, to be eligible for the CERCLA "Innocent Land Owner Defense," which is meant to protect contaminated property owners from liability for hazardous substances introduced by an unaffiliated third party, the buyer or financing bank will request a Phase 1 assessment of the property.

 Areas we serve in the Tampa Metro Area
 
Major Neighborhoods in Tampa:
  • Hyde Park: Known for its upscale boutiques and vibrant dining scene.

  • Ybor City: Famous for its rich history, Cuban influence, and nightlife.

  • Downtown Tampa: The central business district, featuring high-rises, the Riverwalk, and museums.

  • Channelside: A trendy neighborhood with the Florida Aquarium and numerous entertainment venues.

  • South Tampa: Includes upscale residential areas and the MacDill Air Force Base.

  • Seminole Heights: Known for its historic homes, eclectic food scene, and craft breweries.

  • Westshore: Major business district with two large malls and numerous dining options.

  • Palma Ceia: Predominantly residential area, home to Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club.

Surrounding Cities:
  • St. Petersburg: Located across Tampa Bay, known for its arts and cultural scene.

  • Clearwater: Famous for its beaches and as a hub for Scientology.

  • Brandon: A suburb east of Tampa with a mix of residential and commercial developments.

  • Largo: The third largest city in Pinellas County, known for its parks and recreational amenities.

  • Riverview: Rapidly growing suburb south of Tampa.

  • Plant City: Known for its annual Strawberry Festival.

  • Lakeland: Located east of Tampa, home to Florida Southern College and a number of lakes.

Tampa Real Estate Market

Tampa's economy is fueled by a mix of industries including finance, healthcare, technology, tourism, and shipping, which supports a strong demand for commercial space. Tampa continues to be one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States. This growth drives demand for both residential and commercial real estate, including retail spaces, office buildings, and industrial facilities. There are numerous development projects underway, revitalizing downtown Tampa and surrounding areas. This includes Water Street Tampa, a large mixed-use development which is significantly transforming the city’s skyline and commercial landscape.

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