Paisano Housing Redevelopment

The Paisano Housing Redevelopment Corporation (PHRC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso and is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity.  PHRC manages 503 units that are financed through HOME and tax credit sources.

Alamito Terrace

In 2007, PHRC developed Alamito Terrace through Alamito Terrace GP, LLC.  PHRC owns 100 percent as a general partner of the 76 units in a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit real estate partnership designated for elderly residents.  PHRC was also the developer of this property, which was completed in 2010.

Alamito Gardens

In 2007, PHRC developed Alamito Gardens through Alamito Gardens GP, LLC.  PHRC owns 100 percent of this property and serves as general partner of the 142 units in a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit real estate partnership designated for elderly residents.  PHRC was also the developer of this property, which was completed in 2011.

Arrowhead Place, LP

In late 2012, PHRC acquired the general partnership interest of this 24-unit community. As General Partner, PHRC will provide oversight of financial and operational compliance.

Bienvivir Parkside Seniors

Bienvivir is a 56-unit affordable housing community of which PHRC maintains an investment in this limited partnership.

Eastside Crossings

In 2012, PHRC developed Eastside Crossings through Eastside Crossings GP, LLC. PHRC owns 100 percent of this property and serves as general partner of the 188 mixed-income units. PHRC is the developer of this project and HUNT is the general contractor, which completed construction in August 2014.

Elvin Estates

In 2012, PHRC developed Elvin Estates with a $1.7 million grant through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program from the City of El Paso for the construction of this 15-unit apartment community for seniors. Construction of this project was finished in March 2013.

Geronimo Trail Townhomes, LP

In late 2012, PHRC acquired the general partnership interest of this 22-unit community. As General Partner, PHRC will provide oversight of financial and operational compliance.

Kenworthy

In 2011, PHRC acquired 58 acres of land known as the "Kenworthy Site" in Northeast El Paso at the corner of Stahala Drive and Diana Drive adjacent to Sue Young Park.  Site improvement work is currently underway. This site will be utilized for the development of a mixed-income, mixed-finance community in the years to come.

Western Sunshine, LP

In late 2012, PHRC acquired the general partnership of this 36-unit community. As General Partner, PHRC will provide oversight of financial and operational compliance.

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Housing Authority of the City of El Paso

5300 East Paisano Drive
El Paso, TX 79905
United States

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(915) 849-3742

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