Fort Worth Housing Finance Corporation

Fort Worth Housing Finance Corporation (FWHFC) was created in 1979 to help finance the residential ownership and development of single-family and multi-family dwellings for persons of low and moderate income.

FWHFC has served as a housing development arm of the City of Fort Worth – and through land acquisition – development, construction and financing, the corporation has helped create housing that is safe, sanitary, accessible and affordable to the residents of Fort Worth.


Las Vegas Trail Revitalization Project

Request for Qualifications: Las Vegas Trail Neighborhood Revitalization Plan(PDF, 2MB)

The City of Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Housing Finance Corporation, and LVTRise, Inc. (collectively the “Parties”) are seeking Statement of Qualifications for the development of a Neighborhood Transformation Plan for the Las Vegas Trail Neighborhood in the City of Fort Worth. The Parties are interested in Statement of Qualifications from a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in the areas of neighborhood/community economic development, housing development, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, streetscape design and implementation, and transportation design.

The Las Vegas Trail Neighborhood, also known as “LVT”, is a distressed neighborhood on the west side of Fort Worth that is currently experiencing high levels of crime and economic distress. The neighborhood’s predominate land use is dense multiple-family housing with minimal amounts of commercial development, jobs, or community services. Recently, the City of Fort Worth and the YMCA partnered to develop a new community Center in this neighborhood – called Rise Community Center – which is positioned to be a neighborhood advocate for revitalization and community engagement.

The City envisions an ambitious effort to engage residents, property owners, apartment complex managers, Rise Community Center visitors and staff, City departments (e.g., Police, Neighborhood Services, Economic Development, Planning & Data Analytics, CODE, Library), and other community stakeholders to prepare a plan that could serve as the basis for neighborhood revitalization. 


Las Vegas Neighborhood Trail Project Map

LVT Neighborhood 2021

House Finance Corporation Projects


2900 Broadmoor

324 units with access to a gym, swimming pool, business center, and 10 acres of green space with picnic tables. Units range from 1-4 bedrooms.
Developer: The NRP Group
Property management: 817-769-4677



NRP Terrell Homes

54 scattered single family rental homes with option to purchase after 15 years. Financing involved City Home Investment Partnership Program funds. FWHFC partnership with the NRP Group.
Developer: The NRP Group
Property management: 817-332-7900



Reserve at Quebec

296 units with a resort-style pool, playground, outdoor walking/jogging trails, a clubhouse, and a business center. Ninety-five percent of the units are affordable to households earning at or below 80 percent of Area Median Income (AMI).
Developer: Miller-Valentine Group
Property management: 817-301-9488


Mercantile Square

324 units near several business parks and access to major highways. Units range from 1-4 bedrooms, perfect for large families.
Developer: The NRP Group
Property management: 844-666-5615


Columbia Renaissance Square Phase I

Offers 119 affordable units, access to Uplift Mighty Preparatory, and McDonald Southeast YMCA. Partnered nine percent low income housing tax credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Development, City Home funds, and FWHFC funds.

Developer: Columbia Residential
Property management: 682-250-3376



Enclave at Westport

339 mixed-income, including workforce, units on 22 acres with a playground, a resort-style pool, and a multi-purpose field for outdoor activities.

Developer: Integrated Real Estate Group Property management: 855-434-4749



Fort Worth HFC Terrell Homes

Eight homes in this development were built using City Home funds and FWHFC funds. Homes are available to low-to-moderate income families earning less than 80 percent of Area Median Income (AMI).

Developer: FWHFC Listing agent: Mel Harris, 817-903-3456



Lee Avenue Homes

Five homes to be constructed using FWHFC funds. Homes will be available to low-to-moderate income families earning less than 120 percent of Area Median Income (AMI).

Developer: FWHFC Listing agent: Mel Harris, 817-903-3456



The Landings at Marine Creek

302 affordable units available to households earning 80 percent of Area Median Income (AMI) or less, with a playground, pool, and business center. City Home funds provided for ten units, available to households earning 60 percent or less of AMI.

Developer: The NRP Group Property management: 855-982-1066