Founded in 1885, Tampa’s Ybor City is the only neighborhood along the west coast of Florida to be recognized as a National Historic District. Locals and travelers alike are drawn to its vintage charms, which include an array of Spanish and Italian architecture; Columbia Restaurant — the oldest in Florida; and the boutiques and cafes of 7th Avenue, known by residents as La Setima.

Industrious Centro Ybor puts you at the heart of this historic district. Set in a former movie theater, the flexible workplace can easily be spotted thanks to the vintage marquee out front. Members can choose from a variety of workplace solutions, ranging from a dedicated office for small teams to Access Memberships, designed for hybrid workers.

All members have access to shared spaces and amenities, including A/V-equipped conference rooms, unlimited color printing, and mail and packaging services. With its outdoor space, ample natural light, and Art Deco nods, Industrious Centro Ybor has everything you need to have a great day at work.

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Greenery and chic furnishings fill the member lounge at Industrious Ybor City.
Conference rooms come with A/V equipment for presentations or hybrid meetings.
Art Deco nods create feature walls in the location’s common areas.
Generous windows and glass walls make the most of the Florida sunshine.
The cafe, where members can work, relax, or get to know their colleagues over lunch.