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The Hartwood at Briarwest welcomes 120 households at Grand Opening in West Houston

October 14, 2021

City’s Harvey Multifamily Program continues to provide new homes in all areas of the city The Hartwood at Briarwest, a community of 120 apartment homes in West Houston near the Energy Corridor, celebrated its grand opening on October 14, 2021. This development, completed through the City of Houston’s Harvey Multifamily Program, provides affordable homes for working families, seniors, and veterans.   “The Hartwood at Briarwest is the first multifamily development financed by the City in District G during…

W. Leo Daniels Tower to bring refreshed apartments to Northside neighborhood

October 14, 2021

City’s Harvey Multifamily Program contributes funds for much needed revitalization October 13, 2021 — Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council on October 6, 2021 have approved $10 million to rehabilitate W. Leo Daniels Tower. Built at 8826 Harrell Street more than 40 years ago, this community of 100 apartment homes serves very low- and extremely low-income…

St. Elizabeth Place breathes new life into historic Fifth Ward hospital

September 24, 2021

Safe and affordable apartments will provide new homes and new opportunities HOUSTON – 09/24/2021 Mayor Sylvester Turner joined community members in Houston’s historic Fifth Ward today for the groundbreaking of St. Elizabeth Place, a new community of 85 apartment homes. Approved as a re-envisioning of the St. Elizabeth Hospital on Lyons Avenue, the apartment building…

Harvey Multifamily Program to Sponsor Two New Communities

September 21, 2021

$25M Final Allocation will support new construction in Northside and Southeast Houston  September 21, 2021 — HOUSTON – The City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) has selected two properties to support in the third (final) round of its Harvey Multifamily Program. New Hope Housing Berry will provide 240 affordable homes serving families in…

City Council Approves New Hope Housing Savoy, Providing 120 Affordable Rental Homes in Sharpstown

September 8, 2021

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council today approved $13.2 million to develop New Hope Housing Savoy, which will add 120 affordable rental apartments in Sharpstown through the City’s Harvey Multifamily Program, the long-term recovery initiative led by the Housing and Community Development Department. The apartment community will provide resilient, affordable homes serving people with…

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