Odessa has a rich and varied history. Originally,
there was a huge sawmill in the area that employed many.
The railroad came through the area as well. Most of the
original homes and buildings are no longer there. There
are many families who have lived in the area for generations.
Some are burried in the cemetary at Keystone United Methodist
Church on Race Track Road. The area is rapidly being swallowed
up by development as Tampa expands and needs more bedroom
communities to house people.
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The newest additions to the suburbs, these communities are
home to younger families with a busy, upscale lifestyle. Median
home value is $275,000 (and growing), and most households
have two workers and two vehicles. Growth is characteristic
of the communities-and the families.
2. Midland Crowd
The largest Community market, Midland Crowd represents 11
million people, almost 4 percent of the U.S. population, in
one market. As expected, the largest market reflects some
characteristics of the U.S. population, median age (36 years)
and average family size, 3.1. Median household income, $47,000,
is just under the U.S. median, $48,100. The differences distinguish
the Midland Crowd. These neighborhoods are located in mainly
rural areas, growing rural areas at a rate of over 2.5 percent
annually since 2000. Almost 40 percent of the homes were built
after 1990. Over 95 percent are single family, or mobile homes.
3. Suburban Splendor
These successful suburbanites are the epitome of upward mobility,
just a couple rungs below the top and situated recently in
growing neighborhoods of affluent homes with a median home
value over $377,000. Most are two-income families with children.
The household population is younger, median age of 40 years,
well educated and well employed.
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