Construction Starts on 73-Unit ‘Vincentian Village’ at 401 13th Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida

Image from Ability Housing's website

General contractor Bradley Construction Company has recently broken ground on an affordable housing development near downtown St. Petersburg. Vincentian Village will offer 73 units; 50 one-bedroom and 23 two-bedroom residences in a six-story building.

St. Pete Rising reports that residency is reserved for those earning less than 60 percent of the area median income (AMI), as well as homeless individuals, special needs individuals, and high-risk families.

Vincentian Village will be adjacent to St. Vincent de Paul CARES’ Center of Hope shelter. Image from St. Pete Rising

Communal amenities include an onsite leasing office, community space, computer lab, library, and meeting space. Completion is slated for October 2025, meaning construction would take around 15 months. Jacksonville-based architect PQH Group designed the project.

Two non-profits are working together on Vincentian Village: St. Vincent de Paul CARES, an organization focused on addressing homelessness, and Ability Housing Inc., an affordable multi-family housing developer. The pair are operating as a joint venture called Ability SVdp LLC.

Florida YIMBY has reported on various ventures in Ability Housing’s pipelines, one of which was Village at Cedar Hills, a 90-unit affordable housing development in Jacksonville. Construction is expected to start on that venture by the end of this year.

Vincentian Village cost $28 million to complete, and it’s located on a 1.66-acre property at 401 13th Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33705, in Pinellas County.

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