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 building was the former Ronald McDonald House and will be rehabilitated to continue its legacy of support by expanding mental health services for individuals with mental illness and substance abuse issues.
This project-based Section 8 property is an "all-bills-paid" complex, which will be updated to offer residents an energy-efficient, quality living environment near Downtown Austin. Preserving project-based Section 8 housing is a prioritized component in the City of Austin's strategy to preserve affordable housing.
The newly-constructed facility will offer much needed community-based housing for low-income seniors with proximity to major retail and transit centers.
Investing in the Alley Flat Initiative is a key tool to create and retain affordability in Austin. This newly-constructed, single-family rental unit in Central East Austin offers green, sustainable living to very low income individuals.
This 11-acre subdivision will be comprised of 90 units of rental and ownership housing in East Austin. This public/private/non-profit partnership will provide newly constructed energy efficient affordable housing for working families and individuals.
Easter Seals Central Texas received a HUD Section 811 grant plus G.O. Bond funding to acquire 8 condominium units at the Ivy Condominiums on Manchaca Road. The units will be fully accessible and house persons with disabilities with incomes at or below 50 percent of MFI.
This tax credit development lies with in a Transit Oriented Development area along the MetroRail Red Line. This development of 150-units will offer newly constructed and energy-efficient affordable living to working families.
This was an acquisition and rehabilitation of a 42 year old Project-Based Section 8 property.
This partnership with the Austin Habitat for Humanity will create 25 newly-constructed, single-family homes in the Meadow Lake Subdivision in Southeast Austin. A highlight of the partnership between the City of Austin and Austin Habitat for Humanity continues to be Habitat's success in providing ownership opportunities for very low-income households.
This acquisition and rehabilitation project in the Pecan Springs Neighborhood will revitalize and provide decent affordable rental housing in an area that had been adversely affected by absentee landlords and minimal property maintenance. Once completed, this development will provide housing to individuals and families that might otherwise be homeless.
The acquisition and new construction of the 240-unit complex in South Austin offers rental opportunities for mixed income households. This development is expected to generate income for the City of Austin that can be reinvested into future affordable housing opportunities.
This Austin Habitat for Humanity subdivision will provide for 49 units of single family homes on 15 acres. The City of Austin's investment allowed for the acquisition of the property as well as infrastructure development. The subdivision will target very low income families.
Overlooking the skyline of Downtown Austin, this rehabilitated hotel offers 100 single room occupancies (SROs) in addition to offering permanent supportive housing to its residents. The facility features green building amenities and an onsite technology center.
These two apartment complexes offer 48 units of supportive housing serving primarily single-parent families exiting shelter. These facilities will provide safe housing and critical services to assist families transitioning out of homelessness.
This investment in South-Central Austin provides for affordable rental housing for low income households in a market-rate development -- setting aside 10% of 300 units in the urban core location along a core transit corridor.
This tax credit development offers residents proximity to the Capital Metro North Lamar Transit Center. The Palms (formerly Malibu) contains the largest number of housing units within one development that was gap financed through the City of Austin's developer assistance programs, providing for the retention of 476 mixed income units.
This investment anchors permanent affordability in south-central Austin by providing 64 units that will house some of the community's most vulnerable individuals. The Mary Lee Foundation offers programs that serve children and adults with special needs.
This project involved acquisition and construction of housing for youth aging out of foster care.
This was an acquisition and rehabilitation or apartment complex to serve formerly homeless, homeless veterans and very low-income working families.
Key to the efforts to disperse affordable housing throughout Austin, this development of 50 new single-family homes is located in South Austin 78745, offering ownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income buyers. The subdivision will offer a shared equity model that will ensure long-term affordability.
This tax credit mixed-income development for seniors offers a variety of amenities including proximity to major retail and transit centers.