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Midtown to Get 192-Unit Housing Unit for Homeless Vets

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Groundbreaking is scheduled for tomorrow on an $18 million Midtown project that will include 192 housing units for homeless vets.

Near the old Days Inn on Travis next to the 59 underpass, the Travis Street Plaza will include housing and support services for homeless and disabled veterans. The location is at the southern edge of Midtown.

Funding comes from the feds and Amegy Bank, the Supportive Housing National Equity Fund, Inc., and the Houston Housing Authority.


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