The Housing Corporation of Greater Houston focuses on the housing needs of the homeless, individuals and families with little or no income, seniors, and persons affected by specific mental health and HIV/AIDS diagnoses.
Properties we own or manage are strategically located throughout the Houston area, comprising a network that responds to housing needs for our most vulnerable citizens.
Since 1972, we have provided affordable housing facilities for senior citizens living independently in Houston. Our current portfolio includes:
Fulton Gardens 2
3808 Fulton St, Houston, Texas 77009
Silver Lake Retirement Community
801 Main Street, Sealy, Texas 77474
Since 2000, we have provided hundreds of homeless veterans with a safe, comfortable place to live in downtown Houston. Additional care for veterans is provided through the onsite U.S. VETS service center and other outside veterans' service organizations.
De George at Union Station
1418 Preston Street, Houston, TX 77002
FAMILIES with SPECIAL MEDICAL NEEDS
Since 1999, we’ve supported chronically homeless families with special medical needs. We built and currently manage 50 units and provide 150 residents with a caring, dignified place to call home.
INDIVIDUALS with SPECIAL MEDICAL NEEDS
Since 2000, we’ve added 36 more housing units for individuals impacted by special medical needs. We provide active case management onsite to all residents through a grant program administered by the City of Houston. The project is located in midtown Houston within a historic building originally constructed in 1934.
Since the early 2000’s, we have provided housing for individuals and households with special medical needs in coordination with The Harris Center.
2208 Cedar Bayou Road, Baytown, TX 77520
Acres Home Garden
1909 W. Little York, Houston, TX 77091
6400 Bowling Green, Houston, TX 77021