Estates at Shiloh is a 264-unit, mixed-product, Class “A”, senior living community. This development consists of 40 townhomes, 224 congregate units, and two separate club houses. Approximately 20 national developers applied for funding and only three development teams were selected. Generation Housing was the highest scoring applicant and received $4.3M in soft funding.
Located in the Texas Hill Country of New Braunfels, The Reserve at Engel is a 96-unit, mixed-income, Class “A”, service-enriched, family development. In 2014, the principals of Generation Housing began discussions with city leadership and the Director of Economic Development to discuss solutions to address the city’s severe lack of affordable housing.
Estates at Ellington is a 72-unit, Class “A”, family, development in southeast Houston. This portion of Houston benefits from high paying jobs and feeds into the highly ranked Pasadena ISD. Recognized by TDHCA as a High Opportunity Area, this development site has excellent access to public transit, retail, restaurants, medical facilities, jobs, and great schools.
Located at North West Austin, this property presented special engineering challenges to comply with the ecological concerns of the city. A special drainage system design was developed so the rain discharge would safely drain to the city aquifer system.