Sunrise City Community Housing Development Organization was formed to improve the quality of life for the residents of South Florida by providing personalize services in collaboration with other organizations to facilitate financial independence to low and moderate income families by providing attainable housing options to those who would not normally qualify to purchase a home and to generate job opportunities.


President - Toby Philpart

Vice President - Chester Simmons

CEO/Secretary - Roderick Waller

Treasurer/CIO - Alfonso Brown

Executive Director - Perry Echton


January 2001 Sunrise City Community Housing Development Organization is a Florida Not for Profit Organization that received its 501(c)(3) status from the Internal Revenue Service in August 2001. Since that time the company has established itself as an active community partner reaching potential and future customers through various revitalization efforts aimed at elevating the level and quality of life on Florida’s Treasure Coast. This effort as been evident through our participation as host and sponsors of cultural activities including a gospel play, and MLK Battle of the Band competition which resulted in the participation of more than 7,000 individuals


The Vision of Sunrise City Community Housing Development Organization is to move renters to homeownership in a manner that will make buying a house an enjoyable, educational experience for the buyer.


1. Develop a market package detailing standard features and benefits offered for individuals home with a pricing list of enhanced features available at the buyers choosing. 2. Develop a standard operating procedure for new homesites for VA/FHA/WCDA eligibility. 3. Establish additional partnerships with other governmental agencies, lending institutions and private business. 4. Acquiring and maintaining a solid financial base for the purpose of providing sustained revenue for general services 5. Duplicate our efforts of the Pioneer Park Subdivision (development of a Planned Unit Development providing affordable housing) in other parts of the county.