Harbour Island

Harbour Island is situated adjacent to Downtown Tampa across the Garrison Channel and next to Davis Islands. The Tampa Convention Center is directly across the Harbour Island Bridge and Channelside is just across Beneficial Drive, both within walking distance.

Harbour Island was originally known as Seddon Island, which was named after W. L. Seddon, chief engineer for the Seaboard Air Line railroad. In 1906, a public hearing was held to plan a new port for the city. Seddon's plans were adopted and soon his company dredged a channel and established a port facility on what was then called Grassy Island. The Seaboard Coast Line later sold the 177 acres to the Beneficial Land Corporation in 1979 for residential, office and retail development, and the first phase of development began in 1985.

Today, the island is comprised of several private residential areas, including high-rise condos, apartments, row houses, single-family homes and large houses, as well as a private docks and boat slips. Each neighborhood has its own recreation and pool areas. There are mixed-use retail and entertainment areas on the island including a Westin hotel, Jackson's Bistro Bar & Sushi restaurant and nightclub, the Harbour Island Athletic Club, small boutiques, coffee shops, cafes and offices.
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