Affordable Housing for Seniors Experiencing Homelessness in San Antonio, TX
Aug 24, 2022 | News
Towne Twin Village fulfills a 30-year dream to provide permanent supportive housing for seniors experiencing homelessness in San Antonio, TX.
Towne Twin Village will be San Antonio’s newest affordable housing community. Made possible by Housing First Community Coalition (HFCC), HFCC has engaged Jordan Foster Construction to build over 200 units including tiny homes, RV units, and apartments specifically designed for seniors experiencing homelessness.
“San Antonio is the seventh largest city in the United States without a single-site permanent supportive housing development,” said Edward Gonzales, Executive Director of HFCC. “I am excited to partner with Jordan Foster Construction to make this dream a reality. Once completed, this community will address the complex needs of those who are chronically homeless, those most vulnerable in our community.”
Towne Twin Village will be a welcoming community offering residents affordable housing, three meals day, mental health services, medical and dental care, and training classes along with numerous amenities such as a food pantry and a barber shop.
The project consists of the construction of a 10,000 square-foot hospitality center, 100 tiny homes averaging 500 square-feet each, and 24 RV slots.
Construction of this new community is well underway. “We are thrilled to be a part of this important project for our community,” said Roy Raines, President of Jordan Foster Construction’s Building Group. “With over 2,900 individuals experiencing homelessness throughout San Antonio, we are proud to support the work the Housing First Community Coalition in strengthening our community.”
To learn more about Towne Twin Village visit townetwinvillage.org
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