Gaston Place is a senior community owned by HACA. The development was initially built in 1978 to provide housing to the elderly (62 or older), disabled, or those displaced by natural disasters. Michael Gerber, CEO, and President of HACA, will commemorate the celebration with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on May 22.
The San Antonio City Council has thrown its support behind four proposed affordable housing developments in various areas of the city.
Community Impact reports on the struggle to provide affordable housing in areas that show a high need for homes that those making less than the median household income for the area can afford.
The Houston Chronicle’s Chris Tomlinson gives his analysis of how neighborhood associations have worked to keep affordable housing from being built.
Austin’s City Council has made affordable housing a priority. Through its latest endeavor, the Council approved a program that relaxes building codes for developers who wish to build high density developments
Dallas area Representative Eric Johnson’s anti-corruption bill (HB 4370) related to removing all elected officials from the scoring process for Housing Tax Credit development applications has officially died.