Property List and Contact Info

Apartments

Corporation Financed Properties in Travis County with Affordable Units*

*Please note: the Corporation does not own or manage any of these properties. To determine income qualifications and unit availability, please contact the property management directly at the phone numbers posted above.

Name Address City Phone #
Arboretum Oaks9617 Great Hills Trail (map)Austin512-346-4697
Argosy at Crestview1003 Justin Lane (map)Austin512-459-4878
Circle S Apartments7201 S. Congress Drive (map)Austin512-445-5000
Eagles Landing8000 Decker Lane (map)Austin512-278-9300
Heights On Parmer Apartments1500 Parmer Lane (map)Austin512-717-9112
McKinney Falls Apartments6609 McKinney Falls Pkwy. (map)AustinComing Soon!
Metropolis Apartments2200 S. Pleasant Valley Road (map)Austin512-416-7586
Rosemont at Heather Bend16701 Heatherwilde Blvd. (map)Pflugerville512-989-9600
Rosemont at Hidden Creek9371 US Highway 290 East (map)Austin512-928-2339
Terrace at Walnut Creek8712 Old Manor Rd. (map)Austin512-646-6005
Towne Vista Apartments2201 Montopolis Drive (map)Austin512-220-0600
Twenty15 Apartments2015 Cedar Bend Drive (map)Austin512-960-3644
Village of Collinwood (Senior)1001 Collinwood W. Drive (map)Austin512-836-8810
Westchester Woods19600 N. Heatherwilde Blvd. (map)Pflugerville512-989-1900
West Gate Ridge8700 West Gate Blvd. (map)Austin512-717-5706
William Cannon Apartments2014 & 2112 E. William Cannon Dr. (map)Austin512-792-3534
Woodway Square Apartments1700 Teri Road (map)Austin512-693-9808

Income and Rent Restriction Information

For apartment properties financed through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program and/or Private Activity Bonds, restrictions on tenant rents and incomes are required. Restrictions are generally a percentage of the Area Median Income (AMI) typically ranging from 30 percent to 60 percent of the Area Median Income. To view current income and rent restrictions by household size and AMI level, please see the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affair’s rent and income limit calculator for the Austin-Round Rock MSA.

http://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/pmcomp/irl/index.htm

Rental Assistance Information

At this time, the TCHFC has not received any funding for rental assistance programs. We will update the website immediately when a new program and/or funding is available.

Profiles in Success From Previous TCHFC Programs

Maria
Maria participated in the TBRA program for two years, calling the program “a savior” for her family. With the rental assistance and social worker support, Maria was able to complete her education. The single mom received her certification and now has a good job as a medical billing coordinator. Maria says, “I loved working with the staff. She [the case manager] was always there for me whenever I had a concern or question….[the] TBRA program has been my salvation when I had nowhere else to turn. I am truly blessed to have been selected [to participate]."

Nicole
Nicole entered the TBRA program in May of 2012 and is a current client. As a single mother, balancing motherhood, a job and graduate school work was challenging, but she was making it. In May 2012, Nicole suddenly lost her job: “I never thought that I would experience this as I felt I had prepared myself with an education. TBRA has helped me keep my housing and custody of my daughter. 2012 was a difficult year for me and I couldn’t imagine where I would be now if it weren’t for the program.” Nicole continues to work with her case manager to reach her self-sufficiency goals, calling the program “more of a hand-up than a hand-out.” She gives her case manager, Ana, tremendous credit, saying working with Ana has been an empowering experience where she was always treated with dignity and respect. Nicole says, “The greatest benefit of TBRA is having the peace of mind that I can work towards my goals of self-sufficiency while receiving the needed housing support. This program has been a true blessing to me."

Loretta
Loretta participated in the TBRA program for 15 months and credits the program making her more self-sufficient and financially sound. She is preparing to buy a home: TBRA “made this all possible by giving me an opportunity to get back on the right path financially after having so many problems….. I have been able to clean up my credit as well, which will help me in the present and future.” Congratulations on your new home, Loretta!