Renaissance Heights is a historic community in Fort Worth, Texas that is positioned for bold new possibilities.

For nearly 100 years, the Mason Heights area in southeast Fort Worth functioned as an orphanage operated by the Masonic Lodge. When funding dried up, the Masons closed the orphanage and then sold the land in 2005. Today the area is home to an emerging 200 acre master-planned, mixed-use development that will provide exciting new opportunities.

Working with the community and our partners, Renaissance Heights offers on-site facilities and programs that provide many of the services and opportunities needed for residents to thrive.

Renaissance Heights is in an optimal location for new development and improved opportunities for residents.

Important partners and nearby services include:

  • ACH Child and Family Services
  • Columbia Residential
  • Cook Children’s Health Care System
  • North Texas Area Community Health Centers, Inc.
  • Texas Wesleyan University
  • The Shoppes at Renaissance Square
  • Uplift Education
  • William M. McDonald YMCA
This is not just about making a nice low-income neighborhood. This is really working to create a community that anyone would want to live in. That’s a pretty high goal.