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A Place of Hope

614 Third Street South

This 10-story stucco and brick warehouse with a full basement and elevator is an emergency shelter and transitional housing for homeless families. It also serves as the main center for an extensive list of outreach services for those populations. The new home building has been rehabilitated into a project with administrative, service, school, medical clinic, and daycare activities. The basement has been made into a cafeteria to provide meals for residents.

Some of the "shelter" units are single rooms with connecting doors to allow for housing larger families when necessary; no rent is charged to homeless families. The "transitional" units have two bedrooms; rents are $265.65 per month, including utilities.


People Serving People, Inc.


Neil Weber Architects


Bor-Son Construction Co.

Type of Financing:   

501(c)(3) Tax-exempt revenue bonds; HOME program funds; Emergency Shelter Grant

City Investment:

issuance of $9.5 million in city bonds


$550,000 HOME


$450,000 ESG


$30,000 Nonprofit Admin.

Total Development Cost: 


Number of Units: 

109 (99 shelter units and 10 two-bedroom transitional units)

Unit Sizes: 

Shelter units: 300-420 square feet; Transitional units: 980-1100 square feet

Parking Spaces:


Renovation Began: 

October/November 2000


March 2002

Information subject to change.

April 2002

Last updated Oct 28, 2011



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