South Tampa


CFP Home Investments offers Condo Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, New Home Construction in South Tampa Florida and all Surrounding Areas.

Please call or email CFP Home Today to set up a consultation
in South Tampa
Phone : 727-755-0058

CFP Home Investments is a real estate investing company and we will help you think through and execute all your construction ideas, as an investment in South Tampa

CPF Home Investments is a real estate investing company turned construction management company located in beautiful St. Petersburg Florida. With over 100 years of combined team experience. Our team is a great partner to service your home construction needs. From the recent past years of design and construction success, we felt we need to start a construction management company to handle the needs our local fan base in South Tampa Our teams of licensed contractors coupled with our yours of experience in project management, we can handle all types of projects. We have pre-vetted our General Contractor teams and all subs are used to our systems which makes a happy safe work environment for our clients In South Tampa.

CFP Homes Offers Innovative New Home Design and Construction
in South Tampa Florida

We are a design and construction office admin/management company bridging between the gap pre-qualified poorly marketed building contractors and customers In South Tampa.Our teams of contractors rely on us to make sure the schedule and job flow goes smoothly since we deal directly with the customers and the BCS can focus on what they do best, working. We help you the customer think through all your thoughts and translate them into reality. With our strong focus on design and perfection, we are confident you will be ecstatic about your new space.

A Great place to Live and Play in South Tampa Florida With an Interesting Mix of Residents and Visitors


The city is divided into many neighborhoods, many of which were towns and unincorporated communities annexed by the growing city. Generally, the city is divided into the following areas: Downtown Tampa, New Tampa, West Tampa, East Tampa, North Tampa, and South Tampa. Well-known neighborhoods include Ybor City, Forest Hills, Ballast Point, Sulphur Springs, Seminole Heights, Tampa Heights, Palma Ceia, Hyde Park, Davis Islands, Tampa Palms, College Hill, and non-residential areas of Gary and the West shore Business District.

Tampa grew considerably as a result of World War II. Prior to the United States’ involvement in the conflict, construction began on MacDill Field, which served as a main base for Army Air Corps and later Army Air Forces operations just before and during World War II, with multiple auxiliary airfields around the Tampa Bay area and surrounding counties. At the end of the war, MacDill remained as an active military installation, while the auxiliary fields reverted to civilian control. Two of these auxiliary fields would later become the present-day Tampa International Airport and St. Pete Clear water International Airport. With the establishment of an independent U.S. Air Force in 1947, MacDill Field became MacDill Air Force Base.

During the 1950s and 1960s Tampa saw record-setting population growth that has not been seen since. This amazing growth spurred major expansion of the city’s highways and bridges, bringing thousands into the city and creating opportunities for Tampa business owners who welcomed tourists and new citizens alike into their neighborhoods. It was during this time period in the city’s history that two of the most popular tourist attractions in the area were developed – Busch Gardens and Lowry Park. Many of the well-known institutions that play an important role in the economic development of the city were established during this time period.

The University of South Florida was established in North Tampa in 1956 and opened for students in September 1960. The school spurred the construction of several residential and commercial developments in the previously agriculture-dominated area around the new campus. Overall, Tampa continued to expand away from the city center during the 1960s as new hospitals, schools, churches and subdivisions all began appearing to accommodate the growth. Many business offices began moving away from the traditional downtown office building into more convenient neighborhood office plazas.

In 1970, the U.S. Census Bureau reported city’s population as 80.0% white and 19.7% black.
The biggest recent growth in the city was the development of New Tampa, which started in 1988 when the city annexed a mostly rural area of 24 square miles between I-275 and I-75.

Bathroom Remodeling and Modern New Kitchen Design Expertise
in South Tampa Florida

Our job is to constantly keep your job moving forward and organized. make sure subs are standing around and things aren’t falling through the cracks. We will be you and the contractor’s time managers in order for us all to be successful.

Please call or email CFP Home Today to set up a consultation
in South Tampa Florida
Phone : 727-755-0058