October 16, 2019
Riviera Beach Housing Authority
We've Been Busy!
The Riviera Beach Housing Authority (RBHA) has just finished our first phase of the Heron Estates affordable housing community on the former Ivey Green public housing complex with our co-development partner, Miami-based Housing Trust Group (HTG) and are getting ready to launch our second phase of workforce housing there. Plus, we have several off-site housing initiatives, the City Council just voted to allow city-owned land to be donated for affordable and workforce housing and we're seeking other co-development partners. Did we say we've been busy?! Learn more below.
Our Projects
Grand Opening Coming Soon!
The plans are underway! Federal, state, county and local government and elected officials will join us to celebrate Heron Estates Senior, as well as former residents of the Ivey Green public housing complex, community leaders and former RBHA board members. Together, we will celebrate the first new affordable housing development built in Riviera Beach in nearly 40 years.
Did You Know...
...that the RBHA already has four units of single-family workforce housing? We purchased them in 2010-11 in partnership with the Palm Beach County Housing Finance Commission and we can rent them to residents who meet a variety of income-eligibility levels. Three of the houses are located on the east side of the city, while one is in the gated community of Thousand Oaks on the west end. The house on 29th Court is available for rent, by the way! That's it, upper left corner.
Property Manager
When residents began moving into Heron Estates Senior earlier this month, someone was already there: Senior Property Manager Anthony Poland. Mr. Poland is an employee of the RBHA's co-development partner, HTG, and he can answer any questions about the new development and speak to any concerns. Got a question? Contact him at 561-346-6644 or send an email here . Want to know more about our co-development partner? Click here to visit its website.
Our Board of Commissioners
When We Meet

The five-member RBHA Board of Commissioners meets on the second Tuesday of each month at Authority offices. The meetings are open to the public and nearly all information is available to the public by request. Click here to read our Public Records Request Policy.