4049 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32839
Maxwell Garden has 205 units — 180 efficiency apartments and 25 traditional single room occupancy units, with private bedrooms and communal living areas.
A swimming pool and outdoor seating area provide a respite for residents.
Students from the Culinary Training program obtain real-world food service experience at Sobik’s Subs — connected to Maxwell Garden. Profits from this Sobik’s Subs location go to the Pathlight HOME mission for housing and supporting individuals experiencing homelessness.
Our Homes for New Beginnings residents live at Maxwell Garden. This program provides permanent supportive housing to homeless adults who have a disability. All residents have access to case management and monthly activities. Case managers also provide random drug/alcohol screenings. To live here, residents need a referral from the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Rent does not exceed 30% of a resident’s income.
Residents in the Safe Haven Program also live at Maxwell Garden. This program provides permanent, supportive housing for chronically homeless adults who have a disability. Support Services include 24-hour staff, case managers and facility monitors. A resident needs a referral from the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Income not required.
2803 W. Arlington Street, Orlando, Florida 32805
Before becoming Maxwell Terrace Apartments, our building at Colonial Drive and John Young Parkway was the Hilton Inn West. (Fun fact: When Elvis Presley performed in Orlando in 1977, he stayed at the Hilton Inn West.) Maxwell Terrace has 338 efficiency units.
Located at Maxwell Terrace, the Resource Center offers assistance with resumes, interviews and other employment support. Maxwell Terrace also houses our Pathlight Kitchen and Culinary Training Programs.
Maxwell Terrace houses residents of our Restore program. Restore provides chronically homeless, disabled individuals with stable housing, case managed services, nurse case management, transportation and economic opportunities. To live here, residents need a referral from the Homeless Services Network Coordinated Entry System. Income not required.