Cavile Place Neighborhood Transformation Plan
In 2011, the Fort Worth Housing Authority (FWHA) and City of Fort Worth Housing Finance Corporation hired a consultant team, led by Gilmore Kean, LLC, a Washington D.C. based firm with extensive experience in public housing redevelopment, to develop a comprehensive plan for the Cavile Place apartments and the surrounding neighborhood.
The Cavile Place Neighborhood Transformation Plan proposes the replacement of the 300-unit Cavile Place apartments that were built in 1954 with mixed-income housing as the foundation for the creation of a vibrant, sustainable community with new neighborhood retail and business services, and programs that address education, job training, small business development, and healthy lifestyles of residents.
The Cavile Place Neighborhood Transformation Plan includes a preliminary financial plan phased over a fifteen year period. The City Council adopted the plan in 2014.
- New ordinance, regulations and standards for new development go into effect June 1
- Learn about window repair and appropriate replacement windows on historical properties at upcoming workshops
- New X-Team to provide faster plan review service
- Permits no longer required for garage sales
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