What We Know About Sunrise Lofts

Details

Address

3103 McKinney Street, Houston, TX 77003

Units

89

Floors

3

Developer

Tejano Center

Property Website

www.sunriselofts.com

About

At the intersection of comfort and convenience lies Sunrise Lofts, where you can take full advantage of numerous amenities and services that are guaranteed to make your stay with us a memorable one. Featuring impeccable accommodations and an attentive staff, we guarantee you’ll have a pleasant experience here. Explore our site to see what we have to offer, and don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.

YOUTH AGING OUT OF FOSTER CARE can be confronted with challenges that they never expected and are not prepared to address. They lack the life and social skills that are essential to navigate daily living, let alone prepare for a future where they will be self-sufficient and valued neighbors. As a result, many of them become homeless.

SUNRISE LOFTS will be a place where these youth find secure housing and are surrounded by services that will help them develop the capacity to lead independent, productive, and fulfilling lives.

Estimated Budget

$27,000,000

Timeline

Jul 21, 2021 - Today, Houston City Council approved an investment of $1.5 million towards the acquisition of land and development of Sunrise Lofts, an 89-unit supportive housing development for young adults in the East End. Supportive housing developments focus on homelessness intervention by providing homes and on-site support such as training, workforce development, childcare, health care, and other services to residents.


The City of Houston’s investment of approximately $1.5 million in federal HOME Investment Partnership Program funds will be combined with funds from Harris County and additional funds from the Coalition for Supportive Housing, for a total development cost of almost $27 million. More information on HCDD’s multifamily programs and guiding documents can be found at houstontx.gov/housing/multifamily.html. (Houstontx.gov)


Oct 18, 2021 - The Tejano Center for Community Concerns said each year in Houston between 120 and 180 youths age out of foster care. They said half of them have nowhere to go and there is only one other facility in Houston designed to help them.

Sunrise Lofts expects to open in late January 2022. (Khou)