Public officials and non-profit groups marked a milestone in the effort to end homelessness among Houston-area veterans with the recent opening of Travis Street Plaza, a $19 million permanent housing community for very low-income, homeless, and disabled veterans. Cloudbreak Houston, an affiliate of Cantwell-Anderson Inc., developed the project.
Located at 4500 Travis St., Travis Street Plaza comprises 188 efficiency and 4 one- bedroom units primarily for individuals earning at or below 60 percent of area median income. Some units are reserved for residents earning at or below 30 percent of AMI. Community amenities include perimeter fencing, controlled access, laundry rooms, covered pavilion with barbecue grills and tables, fitness center, community room and 87 covered parking spaces.
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