Housing

Stop Six Choice Neighborhood Initiative

Housing Plan | Stop Six Choice Neighborhood Initiative

A Phased Approach

The Housing plan capitalizes on the area’s abundant assets and offers fresh approaches to remedying persistent challenges. The plan responds to four key opportunities in Stop Six:

  • An opportunity to establish a major anchor in the community that serves as a catalyst and focal point of new investment
  • Redevelopment of the former Cavile Place public housing site
  • Enhancement and activation of East Rosedale Street
  • Presence of vacant and under-utilized land that can be developed for housing, parks, open space and other elements to knit together the community


The plan calls for construction of mixed-use, mixed-income development in six phases over eight years and anticipates that the public housing investment will attract private developers to the community. Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits will be used to help finance development.

The phases include senior housing, low-income replacement units, permanent supportive housing units and tax credit units as well as market-rate units.

Construction will begin with Cowan Place, a senior living community of one- and two-bedroom units at East Rosedale and Stalcup Road.

Overall Income Mix by Phase

Market Workforce LIHTC PSH PBV Total
Phase 1 (Cowan Place-Senior)
-
-
117
9
48
174
Phase 2 (Cavile Site)
44
-
93
13
60
210
Phase 3 (Cavile Site)
38
-
82
13
54
187
Phase 4 (Cavile Site)
58
-
50
11
49
168
Phase 5 (Ramey Site)
23
-
28
5
23
79
Phase 6 (Miller/Rosedale)
113
45
-
-
66
224
Total
276
45
370
51
300
1042

Note:

Stop Six Development Phases
Deconcentrating Poverty

Deconcentrating poverty has been a priority for the City of Fort Worth and Fort Worth Housing Solutions’ public housing repositioning efforts throughout the past decade. The Stop Six Choice Neighborhood plan reflects this intent with 300 Cavile Place replacement units representing 30 percent of the total 990 planned new units. The new housing will not be limited to the footprint of the former Cavile Place but will include multiple strategic sites acquired throughout the community to create a cross-neighborhood market transformation, anchor key entry points to the community, and bring visibility to the central site on the East Rosedale Street corridor.