Pinellas Hope II
Pinellas Hope II is 80 efficiency (1 bedroom) units established in 2010 to provide permanent housing for qualifying (income-based) adults who were formerly homeless. This project targets the special needs for homeless men and women. Thirty percent of the units are dedicated to those earning below 33% of the area median income for Pinellas County. The development includes a community building which incorporates offices for service delivery by the agencies serving Pinellas Hope II residents.
The development is separated from Pinellas Hope I (emergency shelter) by a fence and by pass code-secured vehicle and pedestrian traffic gates. It has a dedicated pavilion, grilling area, and work-out area. Its residents have access to the same agency services and communal buildings as do Pinellas Hope I residents. Residents are responsible for their own meals, however.
Pinellas Hope III, IV, and V
Pinellas Hope III, IV and V was finished in 2017 and consists of 76 efficiency (one bedroom) units identical to those found in Pinellas Hope II. This project targets the special needs for homeless and 30% of the units are dedicated to those adults whose income falls below 33% of the area median income for Pinellas County. Forty units are dedicated to housing Veterans and each building as one ADA-ready unit. The development shares the same pavilion, grilling area, and work out area as Pinellas Hope II. Its residents have access to the same agency services and communal buildings available to Pinellas Hope I residents with the exception of meals.