100 HOMES INITIATIVE
In a partnership designed to serve families in need, grow neighborhoods and address Houston’s anticipated growth, the Center for Civic and Public Policy Improvement (CCPPI) and the Midtown Redevelopment Authority (MRA) are supporting the production of affordable housing in Southeast Houston. Both partners are committed to making the comfort of a safe, sound residence a possibility for Houstonians who are having difficulty making this a reality with a new approach to affordable housing with the construction of 100 Homes Initiative.
The 100 Homes Initiative will set a new standard for community development in Houston. Homes will be part of new, intact single-family subdivisions developed by the partners, as opposed to being scattered throughout existing subdivisions. The partners will develop three walkable, attractive, leafy subdivisions that are filled with homes that are in harmony with the existing homes in this vibrant, tree-lined section of Houston. Also unique is the fact that the homes will be built on land that the Midtown Redevelopment Authority acquired for the express purpose of adding to the supply of affordable housing in Houston
Watch the short video below explaining the Affordable Housing Initiative.
- Frequently Asked Questions: 100 Homes Initiative
- Midtown Houston Announces 100 Homes Initiative
- Midtown Houston Prioritizes Affordable Housing to Create Equitable Housing Opportunities
- Groundbreaking Event for Emancipation Center, A Third Ward Affordable Housing Operations Center
- Affordable Housing Plan