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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…

Edison Lofts affordable rental homes to revitalize Fort Bend community

August 12, 2021

City’s Harvey Multifamily Program continues to aid in recovery with second completed development August 12, 2021 — HOUSTON – The Edison Lofts community of 126 mixed-income apartment homes in Houston Fort Bend County celebrated its grand opening on August 12, 2021. This development, the second completed through the City of Houston’s Harvey Multifamily Program, provides affordable homes complete with…

Belfort Park Apartments re-open after renovations to provide resilient, affordable homes in Southwest Houston

July 28, 2021

Bellfort Park Apartments, near the Willowbend, Braeswood, and Willow Meadows communities, celebrated its grand re-opening on July 28, 2021. The community of 64 garden-style apartments has provided homes to Houstonians since 1955, serving individuals and families of low- and moderate- incomes. This renovation, the first development completed through the City of Houston’s Harvey Multifamily Program, updates the…

City Council Approves Caroline Lofts, Providing 119 Affordable Rental Homes in Midtown

July 22, 2021

Caroline Lofts will provide opportunities for essential workers and others to live in resilient, affordable homes with close access to Downtown. HOUSTON – 07/22/2021 City Council has approved an investment of $19.6 million for the development of Caroline Lofts, a community of 119 rental homes located in Midtown. Providing quality, affordable homes for low- and…

Houston City Council Approves Development of Affordable Workforce Homes in Greenspoint Area

July 20, 2021

Summit at Renaissance Park provides 325 new, resilient homes for residents to help welcome development of Greenspoint  Houston City Council has approved $14.9 million for the development of Summit at Renaissance Park, the largest new construction of affordable apartment homes funded through the Hurricane Harvey Multifamily Program. Greenspoint was particularly hard-hit by Hurricane Harvey, and…

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