Houston, TX (2021)

Houston Habitat for Humanity


  • NMTC Amount: $1,540,294
  • Total Project Cost: $7,237,400


  • 37 FTE jobs
  • 47 construction jobs
  • 39 affordable, single-family homes


Project Description

Houston Habitat for Humanity used NMTC financing in March 2021 for the site development and construction of 39 of the 84 affordable single-family homes planned in Phase 1 of their Robins Landing project.

The project is located in a severely distressed area in Northeast Houston that was hard hit by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Homes will be available to residents with incomes at or below 80% AMI such as police officers, firefighters, teachers, pharmacy techs, nurses, teacher’s aids, retail managers, and many more.

Upon full completion, the 127-acre master planned site for Robins Landing will developed into a 468 unit mixed-income community and will provide amenities such as an urban farm/community garden, a commercial kitchen, makers space, 4-star childcare services, parks/green spaces, a health clinic, public library, and retail spaces.


8651 Dallas Acorn Street, Houston, TX 77078

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