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  1. The NHP Foundation received a $1.5M annual allocation of 9% credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs to construct 149 units of permanent affordable housing in Houston’s Midtown neighborhood. Additionally, the city of Houston Department of Housing and Community Development has allocated $15M through its Harvey Multifamily Program. The project is also being considered for funding by the Harris County Community Services Department. Magnificat Houses Inc. is providing the land and is NHPF's partner in the development. The property, located at 3300 Caroline St., will cont
  2. State board approves demolition of senior living facility at 2100 Memorial https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/city-county/2019/09/05/2100-memorial-demolition/
  3. Sits outside the TMC W. Leland Anderson Campus and Levit Green on Dixie road. https://houstontx.gov/housing/publiclegal/notices/2020/07/PGM-MULTIFAMILY_DEVELOPMENTS_JULY_2020_CDBG_DR-E-071720.pdf Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/3232-Dixie-Dr-Houston-TX/8356546/
  4. http://www.ccppi.org/site/index.php/initiatives/initiatives-2
  5. "On a statewide level, the TDHCA awarded $81.6 million in tax credits to a total of 71 affordable housing developments, including 10 in Houston. Another proposed project in the area that submitted an application to the TDHCA – a 180-unit complex called The Ella planned for 1718 W. 26th St. – was not awarded a tax credit." https://theleadernews.com/topfeature/dian-street-villas-project-awarded-housing-tax-credit/
  6. This was in the previous thread for Midtown Common | 2403 Caroline . Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed. Archive links to original thread here: page 1, page 2.Originally posted by phillip_white, February 24, 2019 in the previous thread for Midtown Common | 2403 Caroline. Looks like at least a portion of this lot is being switched to an affordable housing project called Caroline Lofts by Mark-Dana Corp. 87 total units with 76 low income
  7. http://www.laidesigngroup.com/single-post_coleman_center.html
  8. 85-unit affordable housing complex to sit behind Hanover Hermann Park https://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/housing/20190917/housingdept.pdf
  9. 114 unit affordable senior living complex https://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/housing/20190917/housingdept.pdf
  10. Located at 5612 S. Rice near Glenmont. https://thebrownstonegroup.net/developments/ Developments listed below are either complete or under construction. They are listed based on their completion date (or placed in service date) or the date that they are planned for completion.
  11. TDHCA recommended a 120-unit multi-family development for housing tax credits at 8506 Hempstead just south of 11th. It's the 2.6-ac. vacant lot at the curve. Here's a link with site plans, and info: https://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/multifamily/docs/imaged/2018challenges/18254.pdf Three levels of apartments on top of one level of parking.
  12. https://www.virtualbx.com/construction-preview/houston-housing-authority-partners-with-california-developer-on-two-multifamily-projects/
  13. Not really sure how far along this is. Just sharing what I saw on Facebook.
  14. 5.50 acres at 4828 N Shepherd Dr. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/4828-N-Shepherd-Dr-Houston-TX/7361727/ https://www.dakotaprop.com/coming-soon Demolition permit issued for one of the industrial buildings.
  15. New Hope just closed on 1.5 acres last week in the East End to build its first (and Houston’s most affordable) mixed-use project, CEO Joy Horak-Brown and VP Nicole Cassier tell us. The property will be the first stop on the Harrisburg metro line and will have 175 single room occupancy (SRO) efficiency units, 4k SF of retail and 8k SF of office space. Joy says New Hope particularly wanted to do another project in the East End because of its near-downtown presence with access to job opportunities and need for affordable housing options amidst a fast-growing neighborhood. It worked closely with t
  16. 200 affordable housing units http://houstontx.gov/housing/FONSI%20Public%20Notice%20Fenix%20Estates.pdf
  17. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/columnists/tomlinson/article/Fighting-gentrification-is-a-losing-battle-get-14066994.php
  18. http://houston.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=6966&MeetingID=147
  19. http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/2015/06/construction-begins-on-new-greater-east-side-apartment-complex/
  20. Portion of the block bounded by Hutchins, Pease, Jefferson. Beyonce and her destinys child band mate Kelly Rowland built the Knowles-Rowland Temenos place 1 in Midtown. This is phase 2 and will offer twice as many units for the homeless and less fortunate. http://www.temenoscdc.org/temenos-phase-2/
  21. 4500 Travis Street, Houston TX 77002 http://www.bidclerk.com/project.1339216.html http://www.houstonmidtown.com/cms_templates/cmst_cal_popup.cfm?id=2459&dir=1
  22. Lockmat discovered this development from a link that TheNiche posted in the "Dome over Houston" thread. Europa at Houstonian Lakes, a 500-acre master planned community. LandQuest development group (or L Star, they've recently partnered with Starwood development) is the developer. http://www.enzoinv.com/brochure/brochure.htm (pg. 20-23)
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    Oak Tree Manor Apartments

    From the January 3, 2005 print edition Senior project stirs opposition Area residents contend county-backed complex will add to vacancy glut Allison Wollam Houston Business Journal A proposed apartment complex for senior citizens with low and moderate incomes has encountered opposition from residents concerned about the development's impact on their southwest Houston neighborhood. Developers Vernon and Elizabeth Young have applied to the Harris County Housing Finance Corp. for up to $15 million in tax-exempt bonds to build the Oak Tree Manor Apartments on the southeast corner of Fondren and F
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