New Hope Housing's core purpose is to provide life-stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on limited incomes.


“Through my heartache and tears,
He brought me here. I love my place;
it’s my mansion.”

Diane Farr, Brays Crossing

 
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Coming Soon


Renovation of 320 Hamilton

Working in close partnership with the City of Houston and Houston Housing Authority, we are currently in the pre-development phase to renovate 320 Hamilton, Houston’s first SRO property. When Hamilton opened in 1995, it established the state’s model for debt-free SRO housing in a supportive environment.

The renovation will preserve 127 units of direly needed affordable housing in the Downtown Management District, 100 feet from Minute Maid Park, adding an additional 20+ years of productive life to the building. Hamilton will include 78 units of Permanent Supportive Housing in support of the Mayor’s initiative to end chronic and veteran homelessness by 2016.

The property is designed by Glassman Shoemake Maldonado Architects, who designed New Hope’s internationally recognized Brays Crossing on I-45 South. The rendering below is conceptual.

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Awards &
Publications


New Hope is honored by this recognition and believes that positive publicity bolsters the efforts of all Houston organizations dedicated to developing affordable, supportive housing. The awards received demonstrate that affordable housing can be well designed, well constructed, well managed, and fiscally responsible—a true neighborhood asset.

Our recent awards and publications

   

Recent News


The Culmination of 20 Years of Deep Roots, Strong Growth and New Hope

On December 12, 2013, we celebrated the grand opening of New Hope’s Rittenhouse SRO. The development features a grove of mature oak trees and native ‘prairie’ areas, creating a unique park-like experience. Stained glass panels punctuate the entry. The creation of a sense of place through art and nature is an integral part of our award-winning approach to affordable housing.

Ric Campo, Chairman & CEO, Camden Property Trust; Joy Horak-Brown, Executive Director, New Hope Housing; Ernesto L. Maldonado, AIA, Glassman Shoemake Maldonado Architects; Michael M. Fowler, Board President, New Hope Housing; Pastor Larry Baker, Sheepfold Church; Council Member Ed Gonzalez, District H, Mayor Pro-Tem; Darrell Logan, Program Manager, HUD; Christine Cuddeback, Community Planning and Development Representative, HUD; and, Laura Bailey, Managing VP, Community Development, Capital One Bank.

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New Hope Receives Mayor’s Proud Partner Award

Keep Houston Beautiful honors New Hope’s 4415 Perry property with the 2013 Mayor’s Proud Partner Award. As Houston’s leading organization in beautification, litter reduction and recycling education, Keep Houston Beautiful strives to reach out to all segments of our community to educate and empower individuals to take greater responsibility for beautifying and enhancing Houston’s environment. New Hope’s Perry community embodies these core values. Together with the City’s important support, we are helping create a cleaner and healthier city for all.

Jim Tates, President, U.S. West Region & Latin America, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company; Neal Rackleff, Director, City of Houston Housing & Community Development Dept.; Joy Horak-Brown, Executive Director, New Hope Housing; and, Mayor Annise Parker.

 

New Hope’s Executive Director Named Executive Communicator of the Year

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Houston Chapter, has named New Hope’s Executive Director Joy Horak-Brown the 2013 Executive Communicator of the Year. IABC Houston selected Joy for her outstanding leadership in building New Hope into one of Texas’ most progressive and transformative organizations for community change.

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