Houston Revitalization Areas

June 1, 2013 – Houston Mayor Annise Parker announced the City’s partnership with Loving Houston at a press conference held yesterday at the historic Olivewood Cemetery located northwest of downtown.Sponsored by the Union Baptist Association (UBA), Loving Houston is a faith-based neighborhood revitalization initiative created to motivate and.

HCDD, through an extensive analysis of Houston’s social and physical conditions, identified six target neighborhoods as high opportunity areas. These Community Revitalization Areas (CRA) and CRA Outreach Areas will collectively receive up to 400 newly designed and constructed homes as part of the DR2 program.

Prospective homebuyers may qualify up to $30,000 to buy a house. The City of Houston’s Workforce Housing program is available to prospective homebuyers who wish to purchase a brand new home in the Houston HOPE and Revitalization areas. Applicants may qualify up to $30,000 in assistance to buy or build new homes.

University of Houston – News: A coalition of nonprofits, The Northern Third. Third Ward Nonprofits Receive Grant to develop revitalization plan. which is the 2.57 square miles area bounded by U.S. 59 to the west, I-45 to.

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Past, future of downtown. The plan expands downtown from a nine-block area to more than 30 square blocks. It proposes creating five interconnected districts for expanded, yet distinct, downtown areas.

HOUSTON – Dave Martinez stopped himself short. The Nationals could therefore marginally upgrade their offense and defense.

Houston Branch The Houston Branch was established to more effectively provide Federal Reserve services to Houston and surrounding areas of south and southeast Texas. The branch serves 41 texas counties in general operations and 95 counties in cash operations (includes territory formerly served by the San Antonio Branch.)

SMU head coach Sonny Dykes met with the media Sunday instead of his usual Monday to preview the team’s matchup with Houston.

"The business community knows that, and there’s a business case for planting trees, cleaning the air and downtown revitalization." So not only is Houston competing against the suburbs for a.

Hurricane Harvey Recovery Programs The City of Houston is committed to building a resilient and equitable city after Hurricane Harvey. Our housing recovery programs seek to build safe and affordable homes across our city, in communities where people can thrive. The City of Houston, through the Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD), will administer $1.27.

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