South Florida is dealing with an affordable housing crisis. Many working professionals are no longer able to afford homes in the communities where they work. Teachers, nurses, firemen, teacher’s aides, nursing assistants, medical technologists, retail staff, government employees, emergency services providers and policemen are the people we rely upon to make every community viable, and they should have the opportunity to live where they work. Pulte is working with local municipalities and non-profit organizations to make the dream of homeownership a reality. 

The availability of workforce housing also helps attract new industries to the community and encourages existing ones to expand their operations. Ensuring there are workforce housing options also stimulates economic growth, which leads to a better quality of life for everyone. 

At the local level, PulteGroup has partnered with several agencies to provide workforce housing, including the West Palm Beach Housing Authority (Merry Place), and the Delray Beach CRA (Carver Square). 

Carver Square

(Delray Beach)

  • East of I-95 and a few short blocks to bustling Atlantic Avenue
  • Partnership between the Delray Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and PulteGroup
  • 20 single-family homes with one- and two-story model options

Merry Place

(West Palm Beach)

  • Collaboration among PulteGroup, Palm Beach County and the West Palm Beach Housing Authority 
  • West Palm Beach’s first partnership in which a private company constructed residences under the Workforce Housing Program
  • Brought 34 townhomes and 2 single family homes to market within the county’s Workforce Housing Program

Windsong Estates Townhomes

(Lake Worth)

  • Located between State Road 7 to the west and Florida’s Turnpike to the east, and Lake Worth Road to the north and Lantana Road to the south
  • Partnership with the Palm Beach County Department of Housing and Economic Stability
  • 7 townhomes with 2 consumer-inspired floor plans to choose from

We are Home

Pulte is proud to participate in a new concept that helps keep families in their local neighborhoods and, at the same time, create new affordable housing opportunities. This unique effort helps prevent gentrification, as Pulte helps provide a new home on a lot that a family already owns. As opposed to selling, the family can stay for the long term or pass the new home onto a member of their family.