Overview of Renaissance Phase III
Renaissance Heights Foundation, in partnership with Columbia Residential, is planning the final phase of multifamily development for the Renaissance Heights masterplan: Renaissance Heights Phase III. This phase will complete the three (3)-phase development of high quality mixed-income housing for families and seniors at Renaissance Square in Southeast Fort Worth. Phase I included 140 units of family housing, completed in 2017, and Phase II included 120 units of senior housing completed in
2020. The proposed third phase includes 100 units of family housing, with 25 units dedicated to homeless or emerging homeless households. The community will include a mix of incomes, with units set aside for residents with less than 30% of Area Median Family Income (AMI), 50% AMI, 60% AMI, and 80% AMI. The development will bring an array of amenities, which presently plan to include community/club room, craft/accessory room, business center, laundry facilities, and landscaped courtyards. The property is adjacent to the assets of Renaissance Square, including over 200,000 feet of retail, Cook Children’s Primary Care Clinic, UpLift Mighty Charter School—where families would receive priority enrollment—and the YMCA multi-use facility—where families would receive free membership and access to early childhood education.