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Since 1989, Stephen J. Dibbs has been developing commercial properties and residential communities in the Tampa Bay area.  Dibbs Online  is your resource to these properties. We invite you to learn more about the available commercial and residential properties listed here including  the development process, the history and the team that worked to develop each property.

Dibbs Plaza


Reserve at Brooker Creek

Located in the growing area of Gunn Highway in Tampa, learn more about the spaces available at Dibbs Plaza.    The Reserve at Brooker Creek is located near the Suncoast Expressway and Lutz Lake Fern Road in the Keystone-Odessa community.  Explore the 5+ acre lots now available for sale and build your dream home.

Bourbon Street


Hampton Lakes I

In the growing Carrollwood community minutes from Memorial Highway, Suncoast Parkway  and North Dale Mabry, learn more about Bourbon Street.   Hampton Lakes I is a quiet residential community located in Carrollwood consisting of beautiful homes.  

Dibbs Commercial Center


Hampton Lakes II

Situated in the heart of Carrollwood's retail major hub, Dibbs Commercial Center is located in Tampa on North Dale Mabry Hwy.   Located in Carrollwood, Hampton Lakes II is the future site of 26 exclusive luxury homes; nine of which include lakefront views.   

The Shops at Millpond


Lake LeClaire

The Shops at Millpond is located on Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel.   Learn more about our Lake LeClaire property located in the Keystone-Odessa Community.

  Our Caribbean Getaways:

The Pelican Resort, Jamaica

  Nestled directly on the turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea, in between lush palm forests and the majestic backdrop of the Blue Mountains, the 1-4 bedroom villas at Blue Lagoon offer a myriad of Caribbean styles but all with the unique privacy and spectacular view of the sea which is out trademark. 
For commercial leasing information or for more information on lots available for sale, please email us or call (813) 908-9754.                                           [Home]        

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