Legacy @ 45th Street Planned for 3430 45th St., West Palm Beach, Florida

Spectra Organization is working on Legacy @ 45th Street, an affordable housing development in Palm Beach County. The non-profit’s community will comprise 48 apartments, measuring about 680 square feet to 1,080 square feet each.

Units will range from one-bedroom to two-bedroom layout plans, aimed at tenants making up to 80 percent of the area median income. According to Palm Beach County records, eligibility would be reserved for those making at or less than $51,500 a year.  The report deems this amount to be “low income” for the area.

The venture will offer 48 homes spread across multiple low-rise buildings.

OJMR Architect designed the community. Unlike other complexes, Legacy @ 45th Street’s homes will be repurposed from old shipping containers. They will be delivered onsite, then assembled. Hatcher Construction & Development, along with Pillar Consultants, are also involved.

Spectra Organization gained approval for the multi-family housing complex in October 2022, per CBS 12 News. Legacy @ 45th Street is part of a multi-million-dollar “rescue plan,” which aims to deliver accessible housing opportunities to the region. The South Florida Business Journal notes that rent in Palm Beach County is increasing while wages remain relatively stagnant.

The venture will rest on a 1.52-acre site.

Legacy @ 45th Street has not yet started construction. Completion requires the demolition of a 27,000-square-foot warehouse. The venture’s address is 3430 45th St., West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407, in Palm Beach County.

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8 Comments on "Legacy @ 45th Street Planned for 3430 45th St., West Palm Beach, Florida"

  1. Michael Wishon | July 13, 2023 at 2:35 pm | Reply

    Please send me more info

  2. Michael Wishon | July 13, 2023 at 2:40 pm | Reply

    I’m interested in the Legacy at 45th

  3. I need a place to stay I share a place with someone with teenage kids I am 67 just need my own space now

  4. I am interesting the legacy apartments.

  5. I am 82 and on a fixed income. I need somewhere where it’s affordable for me.

  6. Where can I apply?

  7. I would like to opportunity to apply, I have been on dire need I have a 4 yr old and 8 yr old I am a fulltime working single parent.

  8. are these apartments rented or spoken for or finished?

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