Florida CLTs – Schumacher Center for New Economics

Florida

Community Land Trust of Palm Beach County
4938 Davis Road
Lake Worth, FL 33461
561-318-8442
clacourse-blum@pbcgov.com
cltofpbc.org

Date Incorporated: 2010
Purpose: Affordable housing.
Land Holdings: 61 single-family homes and town-homes; three vacant land parcels; 80 housing units managed as non-CLT properties.

Communities That Care CLT
6031 NW 1st Place
Gainesville, FL 32607
352-262-9038
communitiesthatcareclt.org

Date Incorporated: 2018
Purpose: Affordable housing.
Land Holdings: Organizing to acquire land and funding for the Blueberry Farm Redevelopment Project.
Partners: Habitat for Humanity, United Way.
Additional Information: Provides information and free or low-cost legal consultation services to a traditional African American neighborhood under intense development pressure.

Delray Beach CLT
145 SW 12th Ave
Delray Beach, FL 33444
561-243-7500
delraylandtrust.org

Date Incorporated: 2005
Purpose: Affordable housing.
Land Holdings: Constructed 70 single-family homes that include six workforce housing units; three town-homes; Rehabilitated six homes through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program; Currently building 24 affordable single-family homes.
Governance Notes: Bylaws.
Partners: City of Delray Beach, Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency.

Single-family home developed by Delray Beach CLT

Florida Community Land Trust Institute
850-878-4219
Nesbitt@FLhousing.org
flhousing.org/community-land-trusts

Purpose: Assist government and non-profit entities with the development of CLTs.

Hannibal Square Community Land Trust
PO Box 364
Winter Park, FL 32790
407-643-9111
camille@hannibalsquareclt.org
hannibalsquareclt.org

Date Incorporated: 2004
Purpose: Affordable housing
Land Holdings: 21 homes; one rental unit; two projects in development.

Heartfelt Florida Housing
181 S.E. 5th Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483
561-819-6070
info@heartfeltclt.org
heartfeltclt.org

Date Incorporated: 2010
Purpose: Affordable housing, hurricane recovery.
Land Holdings:  4.5 acres with 21 houses.

Neighborhood Renaissance Community Land Trust
510 24th Street, Suite A
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
561-832-6776
neighborhoodrenaissance.org

Date Incorporated: 2005
Purpose: Affordable housing.
Land Holdings: 13 residential properties.
Governance Notes: Not an open membership organization; board of Neighborhood Renaissance (parent nonprofit) is appointed with one third being low-income community residents.
Partners: City of Delray Beach, Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency.
Funders:  Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties.

Struggle for Miami’s Affordable and Sustainable Housing (SMASH)
2103 Coral Way, 2nd floor
Miami, FL 33145
786-523-4734
adrian@smash.miami
smash.miami

Date Incorporated: 2014
Purpose: Housing relief for very low income families affected by predatory landlords, gentrification, and Hurricane Irma.
Land Holdings: One housing development under construction.
Partners
Media Coverage: Shelterforce: Community Land Trusts in the Age of Climate Crisis (February 28, 2019).

Community event held by SMASH Miami

South Florida Community Land Trust
300 SW 2nd Street, Suite 8
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
954-769-1731
info@southfloridaclt.org
southfloridaclt.org

Date Incorporated: 2006
Purpose: Affordable housing.
Land Holdings: 14 single-family and multi-family homes, both ownership and rental agreements available.
Partners

Rental units developed by South Florida CLT