Since its founding Neighborhood Recovery has made available at least 400 units of multi-family and single-family affordable housing units available to local families; developed over 100,000 square feet of grocery anchored retail space, creating more than 175 jobs.
We believe in the inherent dignity of people and in their right to live safely and securely in housing suitable to their needs and dreams. Since our inception in 1991, we proudly and unceasingly make housing available from renting to owning for our families.
On An Annual Basis We House Approximately 255 Families.
Our Housing Initiatives
We believe in the inherent dignity of people and in their right to live safely and securely in housing suitable to their needs and dreams. For our families, housing is available on a continuum from renting to owning.
Commercial and Economic Development
The target audience for our commercial and economic development initiatives are families and stakeholders in the target areas surrounding our development projects. We also serve individuals in need of resources that make it possible for them to remain and thrive in their preferred communities in a rapidly gentrifying part of the City of Houston.
The Greater Southeast Management District (Houston Southeast) in partnership with Neighborhood Recovery CDC worked to create a Retail Assessment Study and develop an Action Plan to bridge the gaps for access to food, workforce and economic shifts in the OST/South Union neighborhood as a result closing the neighborhood anchored H-E-B in the Renaissance Center at the intersection of Scott St. and Old Spanish Trail.
The OST/South Union neighborhood is a prime location for retail, re-development, business attraction, retention, public realm improvements and partnerships with anchor institutions. We are committed to doing the work with our partners, stakeholders and community to activate the suite of market-viable strategies identified the action plan to attract customers, support residents and existing businesses to thrive in place.
For a snapshot of the Old Spanish Trail/South Union Strategic Action Plan, Click Here.