Luxury, Convenience and Comfort
Echelon is proud to introduce an exciting neighborhood that proves not all townhomes are created equal. Designed with the flavor of Boston's Back Bay, and located at the epicenter of Tampa Bay in Carillon. Back Bay at Carillon offers the luxury, convenience, and comfort of a town home, with the feel of living in a traditional neighborhood. A vibrant community close to the airport, shopping, banking, dining, movies and the beach.
Situated on 432 acres of land in the Gateway Business District of mid-Pinellas County and at the very heart of the Tampa Bay MSA, Carillon is roughly equidistant from the CBD’s of Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater. It is less than a 12-minute drive to Tampa International Airport, less than 5 minutes from St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, and less than a 20-minute drive to the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches. Carillon is at the confluence of I-275, Ulmerton Road and Roosevelt Blvd; the major north-south and east-west thoroughfares in Pinellas County. More than 930,000 people live within a 20-minute drive of Carillon. This represents fully one third of the total population of the Tampa Bay MSA, and cuts across the full demographic spectrum.
More About Carillon
- 3.3 million square feet of Class A Office space including 14,100 employees
- 227 room 4-Star hotel
- 929 residential units providing a home for 3,300 residents
- 65,000 square feet of retail
The quality of the roadway network, street lighting, way-finding signage, jogging trails, boardwalks through nature preserves, landscaping and hardscaping throughout Carillon is first class. With over 100 acres of preserved conservation area, Carillon Park is the recipient of multiple industry awards such as Associated Builders and Contractors of America “Excellence in Construction” award for the Lake Carillon Interpretive Walk Project, Development of the Year Award (office park category), and both the Aurora Award and Multifamily Project of the Year Award.
Important roadway and utility infrastructure improvements include:
- Five (5) access points along Ulmerton Road. Two (2) intersections are signaled.
- The I-275 - Roosevelt Boulevard interchange was reconfigured to provide a direct connection between I-275, 118th Street and the Bayside Bridge providing efficient north-south traffic flow.
- A southbound on-ramp from Ulmerton Road to I-275 is also operational to enable traffic flow southbound from Carillon.