"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."
There are still a bunch of the "No Dian Street Villas" throughout the neighborhood. I talked with person that lives in the neighborhood and he said it was due to the small narrow streets and probably because it's low income housing. He works for the largest funeral home service in the U.S. and mentioned that the company has future plans for the old KHOU property. High rise with mixed use, offices and housing. They will stay in the current building while it gets built but he had no timeline for t