Belmont Heights Estates

What began as a 74-acre site containing 1,300 units of decrepit military-style barracks housing built between 1941 and 1952, has transformed into an award-winning community of 825 completed rental units, 36 planned for sale units (11 constructed to date), four community centers and multiple open space areas distributed throughout the community. The new community has been reconnected to the surrounding East Tampa neighborhood by introducing an extensive network of through streets and sidewalks. This redevelopment was seeded by the award of a $32.5 million 1997 HOPE VI Revitalization Grant to the Tampa Housing Authority from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and implemented through a public-private partnership between Tampa Housing Authority and Michaels Development Company.

Construction of the rental component of Belmont Heights Estates was completed in June 2006 and the community was fully occupied as of September 2006. If you are interested in renting a home within our the Belmont Heights Estates community, please feel free to contact the leasing offices: 813-248-5544, 813-242-6800, or 813-248-5800

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Photo: Belmont Heights Estates
Photo: Belmont Heights Estates
Photo: Belmont Heights Estates


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Assisted Housing Information:
(813) 253-0551

Public Housing Information:
(813) 341-9101

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