This lot was acquired to construct a single family home just blocks from the Central Business District of Downtown Austin and will provide for long-term affordability -- 99 years.
This project involved acquisition and conversion of a former extended stay hotel into a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) housing facility serving formerly homeless and very low income single persons.
This investment allowed for the construction of two cottages that provide supportive services and a safe home for boys & girls ages 8-17, who have suffered abuse and neglect.
This development will provide 9 newly-constructed rental units for low-income households in Central East Austin near the 12th Street Corridor.
Capital Studios will be the first new affordable housing development in downtown Austin. Located near 9th and San Jacinto Streets, Capital Studios will offer housing to persons exiting homelessness and low-income working individuals. It is hoped that the location will provide easy access to employment for persons who work downtown.
This single-family house is fully accessible and visitable and will permanently provide rental housing for low-income individuals with mobility disabilities and their families.
Chicon Corridor will be a mixed-use development consisting of at least 30 units of affordable ownership housing with commercial/retail space on the ground floor. The Chestnut Neighborhood Revitalization Corporation has acquired three parcels near 13th and Chicon Streets with the intention to help transform a troubled area into an attractive and stable community.
This investment allows for 14 units to permanently serve very low-income families who also require supportive services.
This facility provides housing for mental health clients following or preceding psychiatric hospitalization. This investment builds on a unique partnership between the City of Austin and Austin-Travis County Integral Care Center to expand transitional housing and support services for this vulnerable population.
This investment in South Austin provides for affordable rental housing for low income households in a market-rate development -- setting aside 10% of 215 units (including a mix of one bedroom and two bedroom units) in a prime urban core location along a core transit corridor with Class A+ finishes and amenities found in the latest multifamily developments.