The current Apollo Beach population is over 23,500, which is more than twice as many people as there were living there during the 2000 census. The median age in the area is around 45 years old and has a median household income of $80,140.
The housing costs of living in Apollo Beach is about 10% higher than the average across the rest of the state. This is mainly do to the city being located on the bay with many bayfront and waterway front homes. Owning a boat and boat dock here is the life!
Bordered by Ruskin to the south and Adamsville to the north, Apollo Beach’s western view overlooks the point where Hillsborough Bay meets up with Tampa Bay. With a great view like that, it’s no wonder why so many people are moving to Apollo Beach neighborhoods. A few of the top options around town include Andalucia, Caribbean Isles, Bal Harbour, Golf & Sea Village, Symphony Isles, Pilar’s Harbour, and Island Walk.
A great amenity in Apollo Beach is the Mantatee viewing center which is open November – April. The manatees come in to enjoy the warmer waters for the winter. There are also walking trails at the site that will allow you walk near the water.
For those working at MacDill AFB, you will soon have a new ferry to take you to work! It’s estimate completion date is 2025 and will leave out of Apollo Beach. This same ferry can also take folks over to St Petersburg.
Apollo Beach has a median home sales price of $514,000 and an average household income of $100,800.
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