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Low Income Public Housing (LIPH) & Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program

The West Palm Beach Housing Authority (WPBHA) provides decent and affordable housing in a safe and secure living environment for low-income and extremely low-income residents. The WPBHA owns and manages 439 units throughout the City of West Palm Beach. These units are split across two programs: Low-Income Public Housing and the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program.

Our RAD program developments include:

Twin Lakes is made up of 148 Multifamily units located as follows:

  1. 120 units located between Australian Avenue and CSX Railroad (built in 1963)
  2. 20 units located at 905 22nd Street (built in 1985)
  3. 4 units at 2115 Division Avenue (built in 1965
  4. 4 units at 905 Grant Street (built in 1965)

Robinson Village/Pleasant City is made up of 134 Multifamily units located as follows:

  1. 60 three-bedroom townhouses at 5100 45th St (built in 1985)
  2. 4 three-bedroom townhouses at 619 6th St (built in 1985)
  3. 70 fourplexes of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units located in Pleasant City (built in 1965).

Our Low Income Public Housing (LIPH) developments include:

  1. Southridge
    Southridge is a senior development consisting of 148 units on the blocks between Roseland Drive, Lake Ave, Southern Boulevard, and Georgia Avenue. It is the last remaining community of the original housing built with the 1937 Housing Act funds.

  2. Sabal Palm
    These are nine townhouses built in 2014 and are located at 1860 North Tamarind Avenue.

The WPBHA works to enhance the quality of life for its residents by offering them opportunities to participate in community, educational, and recreational programs, as well as job readiness and training initiatives.


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