CoreNet Aids New Hope's New Development
CoreNet’s Houston chapter presented New Hope Housing with $36k, donating money the org raised in its annual golf tourney. The check will go towards a 187-unit apartment community that New Hope is in the pre-development process for now adjacent to an emergency services campus off Highway 288 and Reed Road. It will feature 6k SF of shared spaces for support services and one-, two- and three-bedroom units. New Hope develops safe, affordable, debt-free single-room occupancy housing. It now owns and manages almost 1,000 units in Houston and is expanding its mission to serve homeless and at-risk families. CoreNet has donated $431,300 to New Hope over the past 12 years. Pictured: CoreNet Houston president Dean Strombom, CoreNet Houston immediate past president David Perryman, and New Hope director of fund development Nicole Cassier.