Stop Six Choice Neighborhood
A Landmark community initiative
The Choice Neighborhood Initiative
The Stop Six Choice Neighborhood Transformation Plan was developed by residents, community leaders and stakeholders to capture a shared vision for a vibrant, safe and sustainable community with access to quality education, healthcare, services and amenities – a “neighborhood of choice.”
The plan includes replacement of the former Cavile Place public housing community with new, mixed-income rental residences in six phases of development. It includes a neighborhood hub for recreation, educational, health and safety services; commercial districts and space for healthcare and educational, economic and other support services.
The initiative is seeded by a $35 million U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Choice Neighborhoods Implementation grant awarded to Fort Worth in April 2020.
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A New Gateway
The mixed-use development at Amanda Avenue and East Rosedale Street will provide a new “Main Street” and commercial district for Stop Six.
A Central Destination
Community services, recreational facilities and programs focused on employment assistance and job training would be co-located in a beautifully designed, walkable community hub.
Residential developments would offer a mix of architecture and design that encourages pedestrian activity and a neighborly feel.
Residents, community leaders and stakeholders updated and adopted the plan in 2019 following numerous workshops, conversations and gatherings.
Not so long ago Mark Anderson was a teenager growing up in the Cavile Place community of Stop Six. The oldest of 13 siblings, he remembers his family’s struggles and
174-unit Cowan Place Senior Living is the first of six modern, mixed-income communities earmarked for the historic Southeast Fort Worth neighborhood Photo Album FORT WORTH, Texas (Sept. 16, 2021) –