Phase I of Columbia at Renaissance offers affordable and workforce multi-family housing units for up to 140 families;
Phase II of Columbia at Renaissance offers affordable senior apartments for residents 62 and older.
New programs and development will reduce transiency and result in fewer vacant lots and dilapidated structures. When approved, Phase III of Columbia at Renaissance will provide additional housing for up to 140 more families. Proposed plans for the southern sector include single family homes and townhomes.
Uplift Mighty is a free, public, college-preparatory charter school serving approximately 1,300 students in grades K-12.
The Leadership Academy at Mitchell Boulevard Elementary serves grades Pre-K – 5th.
Texas Wesleyan University is nearby and provides excellent educational and enrichment options for the community.
William M. McDonald YMCA Summer Camp is a program based on academic, achievement and sense of belonging l add Child Care Associates is Early Learning provider, state of the art, holistic early childhood education center.
The William McDonald YMCA is a newly constructed 35,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility with a community-accessible pool, pre-school, full gymnasium with a walking track, and wellness services.
ACH Child and Family Services is headquartered at Renaissance and offers a range of services.
Cook Children’s has opened a community health clinic that provides both quality pediatric and dental care, with extended hours available to 10:00 pm.
Happy Park improvements includes a playground, flex play learn, sidewalk additions, landscape improvements and pedestrian crossings.
Neighborhood Leadership and Development
We work closely with residents and small business owners, serving as an equity champion and advocate. We have many partners to help us get there, and we are indebted to them for their tremendous support.
One driver of neighborhood success is economic development. The Shoppes at Renaissance Square, offering over 500,000 square feet of retail, grocery, and dining, serves as “a key catalyst for economic development in the region.” Additional employment opportunities and retail options are now available in an area that was once a food desert, helping advance and build upon efforts promoted by organizations like Southeast Fort Worth, Inc.