Salvadore Rodriguez ,
402 South 22nd St


The 3-story 17,000 square foot Salvadore Rodriguez cigar factory was built in 1900. It is currently used as a church. This photo, from 1953, is supposedly of the same factory, from when it was abandoned. Personally, I prefer the look of the abandoned factory, before the siding was installed and the windows were covered up.

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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein


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  1. Anthony says:

    wow. I’m upset that this is legal especially in a historic district. Exposing the orignal brickwork to show Ybor’s true history is IMPORTANT whether or not a church occupies it. The church is lame for allowing this. Strip the siding & make this church more inviting!!!!!

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