Winter Park is an economically diverse community. The Housing Division coordinates efforts to maintain and create affordable and workforce housing opportunities within the city. They administer the city’s affordable housing linkage fee which is applied to all new residential construction in the city and is utilized for the creation of additional affordable housing. The Housing Division also coordinates affordable and workforce housing initiatives through cooperation and partnerships with the Winter Park Housing Authority, Winter Park-Maitland Habitat for Humanity and with the Hannibal Square Community Land Trust.

Winter Park Housing Authority (WPHA)

The WPHA manages the following properties located with the City of Winter Park and others outside of the municipal limits:

  • Railroad Avenue Apartments (families)
  • The Meadows at Margaret Square (families)
  • The Plymouth (seniors)
  • Tranquil Terrace (seniors & disabled)
  • Winter Park Oaks (families)

For information about these and other WPHA properties, please contact:

718 Margaret Square
Winter Park, Florida 32789

407-645-2869 (phone)
407-629-4575 (fax)


Winter Park-Maitland Habitat for Humanity

For information about the Winter Park-Maitland Habitat for Humanity, please contact:

Kassi Bernard kbernard@habitatwpm.org

Hannibal Square Community Land Trust

For information about the Hannibal Square Community Land Trust, please contact:

Denise Weathers, Executive Director
P.O. Box 364, Winter Park, Florida 32790


Affordable & Workforce Housing

Hannibal Square Community Land Trust


Winter Park Housing Authority


City-owned property inventory list for affordable housing per the Live Local Act: The City of Winter Park does not currently have any surplus city-owned land appropriate for affordable housing use.

Our Vision

Winter Park is the city of arts and culture, cherishing its traditional scale and charm while building a healthy and sustainable future for all generations.