About Tampa Preservation, Inc.

Tampa Preservation, Inc. (TPI) is a private, non-profit organization, established in 1973. TPI is dedicated to the preservation of the historic structures and neighborhoods of the Tampa Bay area and Hillsborough County, and to the education of the area's school children and residents about their unique heritage.

Office Location:
2007 N. 18th Street
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 248-5437

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 18061
Tampa, FL 33679


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Upcoming Events

  1. 2016 Historic Homes Workshop

    February 19 @ 6:00 pm - February 27 @ 5:00 pm

TPI Preservation Awards Applications

Tampa Preservation Preservation Banner Award

Since 1982, Tampa Preservation, Inc. has been recognizing significant contributions to the preservation of Tampa Bay area historic resources through our Annual Award Program. The Award Program recognizes outstanding historic preservation projects, programs and achievements by individuals and organizations. Winners in the Restoration/ Rehabilitation category are given a Banner to display on their building.

Applications . . . → Read More: TPI Preservation Awards Applications

2016 Historic Homes Workshop


The Historic Homes Workshop holds its 8th annual event February 19th- 21st and 27th at the Wood Window Makeover campus located at 1706 W. Cypress St, 33606. Dozens of old house professionals from across the nation converge and unite to empower the next generation of old house lovers. With over 80,000 buildings in the Tampa . . . → Read More: 2016 Historic Homes Workshop

Preservation Roundtable – January 2016

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The Preservation Roundtable will meet on Wednesday, January 6th at 9:00 in the conference room at Tampa Union Station. Hope to see you there!

Preservation Roundtable December 2015

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The Preservation Roundtable will meet at the regularly scheduled time: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd at 9:00 AM TAMPA UNION STATION CONFERENCE ROOM