Senior Housing Development

The City of NSB continues its partnership with the New Smyrna Beach Housing Authority to enhance the availability of workforce/affordable housing development in NSB.

Starting in January 2022, as a result of a U.S. Housing and Urban Development 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit Award, the Housing Authority initiated Phase 1 development activities for a new affordable senior housing development project called Greenlawn Manor. This estimated $20 million dollar Phase 1 project will began with the demolition and disposition of the existing Greenlawn Terrace public housing units (600 Greenlawn Street). 

For Phase 1, the City of NSB CRA contributed $425,625 toward Phase 1 development activities as part of a local match. The project proposes 80 individual units. Amenities such as offices, community rooms, and elevators etc. have been integrated into the project's design.

Greenlawn Manor Apartments 8-22-22 01 TB

Greenlawn Manor Apartments 8-22-22 02 TB

Greenlawn Manor Apartments 8-22-22 03 TB

Greenlawn Manor Pic 1 5-26-22

Greenlawn Manor Pic 3 5-26-22

Local leaders attend Feb. 4 groundbreaking ceremony for Greenlawn Manor

Mayor Russ Owen was joined by Senator Tom WrightVolusia County Councilmember Danny Robins, and three of his fellow city commissioners, Zone 1 Commissioner Michael KolodyZone 3 Commissioner Jason McGuirk, and Zone 4 Commissioner Randy Hartman, at 600 Greenlawn St. on Feb. 4, 2022 to ceremonially break ground on Greenlawn Manor, an 80-unit affordable senior housing development slated to be completed in 2023.

Before- Existing Greenlawn Terrace Homes

Future (Conceptual Rendering)